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Lightness, a poem by Glenda Taylor With what feathery lightness do you step, And in such silence, yet surprise me— Scorpion walking on my bare foot! [...]
Coming up to the Winter Solstice this year, I am more than ever aware of the sacredness of this time between the extremes of light and the dark, as my [...]
I frequently suggest to others something I call a square foot meditation—sitting quietly in one spot for a good long time, simply observing, while holding the awareness that everything [...]
An excerpt from “Concerning Smoke” by Jordan Paper GalleryAncestry, Consciousness, Energy, and Matter: Quotations, Cross-Cultural Mythology, Earth and Ecology, History and Culture, Intention and Expectation: Quotations, Native American, Prayer: Quotations
“The bowl of the pipe is a sacrificial vessel that itself is a miniature cosmos. Often tobacco is added pinch by pinch, each explicitly dedicated to the [...]
Quotations from Black Elk, Holy Man of the Oglala Sioux GalleryConsciousness, Energy, and Matter: Quotations, Cross-Cultural Mythology, Earth and Ecology, Fear, Courage, and Reassurance: Quotations, History and Culture, Native American, Prayer: Quotations, Psychology, Spirituality
Black Elk was a holy man of the Oglala Sioux. The following quotes are from Black Elk Speaks: Being the Life Story of a Holy Man of the Oglala [...]
Every time I've come to Colorado by driving up out of the mostly flat lands of East Texas, through the endless plains, to the foothills, and eventually to the [...]
“I spent many years longing to go to Africa, because of what that continent offered in its wilderness and great diversity of free-living animals. Finally I realized that dreams [...]
“…A feel for the mysterious and the unseen is thus entirely proper to our experience of the material surroundings. Invisibility is not, first and foremost, an attribute of some [...]
"I stand, silent and in awe, before the mystery and uniqueness of each tradition and each individual and hold them sacrosanct in their way of being." Glenda Taylor I [...]
A Celebration of Thanksgiving was one of the first videos I made. I am grateful for more and more ways to share gratitude.
"...Don’t we humans too sometimes see an illusion, think it is reality, do battle with it continuously, only to find eventually that what we were battling is merely a [...]