land art Tag

25 Feb Seamless

I spent last weekend on a beautiful retreat with some friends, on an island in the Pacific Northwest. The same sacred space I visited last year as well. This time, it was still transformative. But different. I can see that reflected in the land art that I...

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12 Aug Listening To The Ashes

Earlier this year Hali Karla and I went on a 21 SECRETS work retreat in Sedona, Arizona and I decided to take her to one of my all time favorite places:  West Fork. Technically this was the first time I was visiting this precious trail since...

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04 May The Only Way I Know To Pray

Last year at this time I was unable to visit my most favorite, beloved part of Sedona because of a  recent 10 day forest fire that swept through much of this sacred land. I was devastated and overwhelmed with sadness as we slowly drove the winded...

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15 Feb To This

Is there anything I can do for you? With total conviction I looked up and said: Yes.  Can you throw me a bath? Her eyes lit up like candles.  Give me twenty minutes. I went to Washington to write.  To chip away at the cloudiness in my mind....

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09 Feb I Visited Grey For A Long Weekend

Chartreuse green.  I used to be obsessed with it. In my early twenties I painted a whole room full of canvases in shades of it. I wanted to live in it.  Roll around in it.  Inject my veins with it even. But I was much younger than. Now-a-days its...

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14 Aug Earth Mandala

Phoenix and I created another Earth Mandala just recently. (You can see our last one HERE.) Phoenix is in charge of collecting all the materials, and Mom does much of the organizing! (He helps some!) But what's really special about this Earth Mandala is that all of...

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