Balanced thoughts on remaking the world – trickster style.
The winter Solstice is approaching and I've come across the sun prints I made this past summer of some of the herbs in my yard: Bidens, Chives, Rue, Sage, Yarrow, Dandelion. I'm nourished by these shadow reminders of my plant allies and neighbors. Sweet dreams, Flora. Rest well in Pachamama.
This is a folk song I learned several years ago while I was living in Northern California. I learned it from a friend who learned it from a friend, as folk songs go. I was told it was written by a trans man in Idaho.
People love this song! I think it's because it's so well balanced and it calls into being a beautiful world of feminine power, masculine heart, and radical acceptance....read more
A wise Yogini reminded me last night of this truth: "What you resist, persists." So please, don't waste your time resisting this new breed of fascism. Rebel against it instead....read more
It was a super-fun Memorial Day weekend full of laughs and smiles and street performers....read more
I'm going to Busker-it-up over Memorial Day weekend with the Mexican artist, El Chepe....read more
New York voted two days ago. Or to be more accurate, 18% of New Yorker's voted....read more
Super Tuesday happened. Here are the results with all candidates combined, plus all those states' adult residents who didn't vote at all....read more
This election cycle is unusual to say the least. So let's analyze it unusually.
Forget the parties with their delegates; the electoral college is a hangover from our racist beginning and counter to the principles of democracy. Plus, we inaccurately tend to think of the two parties as two halves of a whole when this is far from the reality.
Forget the eligible voters. The fact that different states have different rules for who can vote also goes against our democratic ideals and demonstrates another reality of our unequal systems of power and representation.
Let's be radically simple in our take on democracy: One person, one vote. All equal....read more
Full Moon in Pisces
peeks from behind the clouds
at Sesquicentennial Point....read more
Having recently learned that excess fat is shed from the body via breath, Coyote and I work to release that which weighs us down....read more