Tag Archives: shadow work

Ending the Battle

Winter and I have never been friends, but this year we grew to understand each other a bit more. While we are still enemies, of a sort, when the death throes of the season began this week, I felt mildly … Continue reading

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Against Hound and Darkness

The events of this post took place August 15, 2013 during a meditative shadow work session. Dulcet tones of a Celtic harp played softly through the living room. I settled myself on the couch and closed my eyes to shut … Continue reading

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Breaking Boundaries

Inviting shadow work to become a part of my practice has led to a tough journey. These last two weeks have demanded much of me and have been trying in various ways: physically, emotionally, and mentally. Waking up Friday morning, … Continue reading

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Quiet in Your Absence

In my last entry, I mentioned that I have not felt the presence of my gods for the last several weeks. That remains true today and I have spent much of the last week thinking on that. Am I sad … Continue reading

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Shadow Work

Friday, I sat myself down and took a good, hard look at my life. In the last year and a half, I have gone from being a strong, capable individual to a shredded, defeated, and mousey creature I hardly recognized … Continue reading

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Daffodil Fire

As he tells me about his call to his parents, I assemble my tools: a pair of Tupperware lids to serve as plates, the ripped open produce bag, a small container, and a knife. He tells me his discussion with … Continue reading

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Bear the Colors Proud

Two nights ago, I sat down after work and household chores to talk to Ange about the changes in her spiritual path. While her path is not for me to share, she did ask if I had any recommendations for … Continue reading

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