Posts by Graham

AGING AND DEATH AS SPIRITUAL CRUCIBLES

By on May 8, 2019 in Pathways, Posts | 2 comments

To be young and vital is nothing.                                                                             To be old and vital is sorcery. Carlos Castaneda   Wrinkles here and there seem unimportant compared to the whole person I have become this past year. May Sarton                                Dying, dying, some one told me...

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ON BEING WHOLE

By on Apr 22, 2019 in Pathways, Posts | 0 comments

How can I be substantial if I do not cast a shadow. I must have a dark side also if I am to be whole.           Carl Jung     We are Stardust, we are golden And we’ve got to get our selves back to the garden. Then I can walk beside you. I have come here to lose the smog.           Joni Mitchel ON BEING WHOLE Lately, the experience of wholeness has been popping into...

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REVISITING #METOO

By on Apr 8, 2019 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

REVISITING #METOO I originally posted about the #metoo movement on 11/18/17. In that posting I connected it to the arising of the Divine Feminine which I believe is working to empower women and provide opportunity for all of us to face our individual, national and cultural shadow. My purpose here is to reaffirm my alliance with this movement and speak directly to...

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Mary Oliver: An Ode to the Goddess

By on Mar 9, 2019 in Pathways | 2 comments

Mary Oliver: An Ode to the Goddess One of my favorite places in the entire world is the isle of Iona. It is a small, initially nondescript island off the north western corner of Scotland. Some of the oldest rocks on the surface of the Earth protrude from the soil there. It is the place where Christianity came to Scotland and where Celtic Christianity once thrived....

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