Sag Sun Speaks

Your ideologies will inevitably fail you, for they are only ideas brought to an extreme degree.Fires burn bright and devour forests, the remains leave nutrients to be re absorbed into the soil, food for future expressions.The raw material of your soul devours religion, philosophy, and experience. Using the combustible energy to fuel the journey, to … Continue reading Sag Sun Speaks

Saturn Trine Uranus // 11.11.17

Were you born between October 1987 and the start of 1989? During the years of 1987-1988, Saturn and Uranus traveled together through the stars in late degrees of Sag and early degrees of Capricorn. This combination leads to an intense power to see the balance of authority and revolution. Depending on the emphasis of either … Continue reading Saturn Trine Uranus // 11.11.17

Hold Your Value

Being authentic has somehow becomes dangerous in our worldThere are fashion, etiquette, and gender stereotypes and moresPeople are told who and what to honor and supportSome are judged simply for the appearance of their skin or preference of sexual partnerI have my own personal preferences and know how awful it feels to not be heard … Continue reading Hold Your Value

Shifting Perspective

Finding the root of ones suffering is a constant endeavor. We can dance with the shadow til the cows come home. As we appear to be individuals, nothing could be further from the truth. Our individual expression is more of a lens than anything. A looking glass through which we peer into the vast expanse … Continue reading Shifting Perspective

Working with the Awakening Shadow

We are awakening the sleeping madmen/women within us. The medicated, the groggy droves, the forgotten and tortured ones.As we dance through this process of upheaval and renewal, stay firm in your center and acknowledge who and what you are.As a society we have pushed those with sickness into the background, a metaphor for how we … Continue reading Working with the Awakening Shadow

The Seas of Change :: Let it go, Let it die // Recovering from a Catholic Upbringing

Life is temporary... You will die... then something else will happen.  I am not asinine enough to pretend to know what that will be. Being raised Catholic in a working class family, it was 'important' to follow rules, play it safe, and not challenge the status quo.  Well, at least that is what my parents, … Continue reading The Seas of Change :: Let it go, Let it die // Recovering from a Catholic Upbringing