Yearly Archives: 2012

Happy Yule from Weaving Wyrd!

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Transgender Day of Remembrance, 2012

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Sex, Death and Tranformation: I’ve been Pagan longer than you’ve been alive…

I’ve been pagan for 25 years.I became pagan because I had an epiphany about how I could be responsible for my own happiness. I was an angry young pagan for a long time. Christians and Judeo-Christian culture were the roots … Continue reading

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Sex, Death and Transformation: Cuddle Party

A large part of the sex dynamic is intimacy One of the sad things about intimacy in most our lives is that we cultivate intimacy only when we are having sex or with people we want to have sex with. … Continue reading

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Sex, Death and Transformation: Working with your Ancestors

Questions and answers about ancestor work have been at the forefront this month. Working with your ancestors can be problematic. The irony of my practice is that while I help other people work with their ancestors to gain insight or … Continue reading

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Sex, Death and Transformation: Komen Denver Race for the Cure

For the month of October, I’m going to write about topics dealing with sex, death and transformation. One of my “people”  was diagnosed with breast cancer in August. My people are my heart family, the people that have become part … Continue reading

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Mixing Religion and Politics

As is the style in our United States, conversations about religion, religious values and how that qualifies or disqualifies a candidate for political office is part of the election season. The People for The American Way has gone to a … Continue reading

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Engaging the World

The beginning steps of  energy work and spirit work are internal work. Through trial or trauma, we decide to engage that shadow us that Jung wrote about; that wounded, scarred, arrested development, rage-filled, frightened, broken person that lives inside of … Continue reading

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July Link Roundup

Blueflamemagick has continued the Welcome To Your Mind series with entries on metta and jung wa thim rim. The last is a very potent version of the dissolution of the elements that I hadn’t seen before. Lupa wrote an excellent … Continue reading

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Stigmas on Mental Disorders

This is a revised version of a previously published essay. There is a huge stigma on mental illness and on mental health professionals in much of the western world, which gets in the way of honest discourse and helping people … Continue reading

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