Some poetry dares to speak from the heart of horror, as well as the
heart of desire, from the heart of sorrow, as well as the heart of joy,
mingling love and hate, doing the dance of the opposites. Such
poetry can be part of the process of healing our broken hearts.Find out more »
Can the presence of our ancestors both speak as well as act
to help us come to grips with our collective histories of racial,
ethnic, gender identities and biases?
“ One does not become enlightened by imagining figures of light, but by making the darkness conscious.” — C. G. Jung In these challenging, polarizing times we are called to draw from creative, healing energies from deeper parts of the Self. Dreams, imagination, and embodied knowing offer profound resources — personally, culturally, and from the timeless collective unconscious that connects us to one another, to all of life, and to the creative intelligence that informs us all. Transformation is an…Find out more »