“Lang may yer lum reek” This Scottish saying becomes “Long may your chimney smoke” meaning ‘May you live long and keep well’.
As the wheel turns….The beautiful Sun Lord, the Wattle King returns to the bush…the waxing forces are emerging on the land early this year…as the quickening has started, the sap is stirring….as we… Continue reading
In defiance of the fires burning all across Australia…..Don’t live in your fear…..Mother Earth has this……she is intelligently moving through her cycles….. despite the damage and destruction….. she is already working on this……… Continue reading
What amazing gifts from spirit today, I feel so humbled and blessed by each and every one of them. Today marks some significant changes in my life, as the sun moves into… Continue reading
Because of Her we can…. The feminine energy of the indigenous sun…touches my skin, she grows freckles on my skin…my skin was born of this land, so she belongs to this land… I’ve… Continue reading
As we approach the full moon which is full at 12.21am in Sagittarius in the morning, my day has been full of parrots and their sounds, the talkers of the bush. They are… Continue reading
The most beautiful sounds are coming from the other side of my office window this morning and through yesterday’s afternoon, a female Bowerbird has decided to build a nest right there, feeling very… Continue reading
Anzac Day rainstorm, weighs down opening African Daisy, a reflection on a day of sacrifice and service. Water holds deep emotion. We will remember them.
A seed planted in the dark, will make its way towards the light, just as in my Tradition we have concept of everything beginning in darkness, and working its way towards the light.