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Wild Integrity Blog

A Moveable Feast

Rochester's Story Shop: Myth and Magic in Oxford Adding another twist to this beautiful concept, I am now in the midst of a year long pilgrimage away from my home in Hawaii. Currently I am situated in the outstanding town of Oxford, in England, where I interestingly enough found relics …

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A Magical Surprise

On Tuesday I received an e-notice from the local library notifying me that a book I had requested was ready to be picked up. I was excited, and looked forward to reading a book on permaculture by Bill Mollison. Imagine my surprise when the book I picked up was definitely …

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Traditions

Today, the 7th of January, is traditionally known as Distaff Day throughout Europe. This is the day when women went back to their spinning after the 12 days of Christmas. You can read much more about it here in the on-line Chamber's Book of Days. My friend Chris brought this …

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Wishing you a Happy New Year!

I'll admit, this has been an incredibly interesting year, not all of it good, not all of it easy. It has been magical, transformative, enlightening, and unpredictable. And so it goes. There are a few people I want to thank for their being and doing these past twelve months. Naturally …

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Reposting from Reddit

Today's post, which should have been posted two weeks ago Friday (more on that in the article below), is guested from Reddit via Ramit Sethi. I'm finding, as I work on writing everyday, as opposed to thinking about writing everyday (which is still a far cry from actually just writing …

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Wild, Wild, Women

They've always been here, the wild women, everywhere on the earth. Walking, stalking, slithering, creeping, burrowing, and climbing. Found on all the continents, swimming in every ocean, flying through the unimpeded sky. Weaving, nesting, spinning, gathering, bearing their young, dealing with the unexpected day after day, year after year. They've …

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Brevity

Today's post is brief, letting you know about a new meditation offering, and that the work is bearing fruit. Due to popular request, I'm now offering a meditation class three times a week. I can guarantee you that you've never meditated like this before! Taking the rigorous bones from zen …

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Easy Come, Easy Go

Shortly after writing my last Blog post on August 27th, I was presented with an unexpected opportunity. Knowing that I was looking to increase my client base, my mentor, therapist, and independent supervisor RT put me in touch with CL, the Chaplain for a local hospice organization. R’s thought was …

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What do honey and linen have in common?

I spent a fair bit of time today spinning flax into linen thread for tomorrow's meeting with the spinners and weavers. Last month I was gifted with some beautiful hanks of line flax, which I had no idea what to do with. A bit of research ascertained that the flax …

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Yarn Porn

I admit it. Nearly every day I'm guilty of looking at yarn porn, usually late at night after everyone's gone to bed and I can lust over the pictures without feeling guilty. I didn't really think this was a bad habit until I started becoming aware that I wasn't the …

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