I was recently asked to guide a memorial service. It was a rather stunning request to me. I honestly thought they’d change their minds. They didn’t. I did it. I’ve been leading events for quite a long time. Some have been full of people. Many have gone well, according to many involved. I’ve been the priest at a wedding. I’ve helped organize protests. Guided prayers … Continue reading In Memorial
Almost 20 years ago I was driving through Western Massachusetts and stopped at a garage sale in a rural town. There it was, a giant brightly painted yellow street light. It had a plug to turn on seven of the eight lights in a normal Outlet. The 8th was set to flash on and off. That’s right, eight lights. Four directions. Four Red. Four green. … Continue reading Sexual Etiquette
Sessions in Wildflowerfire begin and end with a focus on priority. An introductory conversation will give you basic insight about Wildlfowerfire and uncover priorities to work on in the rest of the session. Welcome to a Session Once we have identified a focus, we’ll step you through several exercises. This will help clear and focus your system for further work on the table. They will … Continue reading Videos of a Session
Here’s the thing. Energy isn’t ‘a thing’. What is a thing? What is real? To learn how to understand beyond what we’ve known, we need to question what we know. You know what a solid and a liquid are. Fire, and even gas have a common meaning to you. Yet what is Spirit? Ask this question to ten different people and we are liable to … Continue reading Energy Dancing
What is in a Name? Wild (adj.) ~ Uncivilized or barbarous, chaotic, violent, gone haywire. Wild (adj.) ~ Living in a state of nature; not tamed or domesticated, free. Flower (noun) ~ The colorful blossom of a plant. Flower (noun) ~ Someone who flows. Fire (noun) ~ A state, process, or instance of combustion in which fuel or other material is ignited and combined with … Continue reading What is in the Name?
Wounds A lover of mine taught me a lot about love and sex and pain and the wounds left behind. She was a bit of a dream for me. More experienced, mysterious and dynamic. I was learning to fall in love with dancing. She danced as a way of being human. She was kind and patient, terrifying and insightful.. One day she turned to me, … Continue reading Wounds
I’ve been dealing with a swollen big toe and it has been ruining me for days. It sounds silly as I say it, but it really knocked me out. For several days, I’ve had a flare up of Lyme. It has been two years since the last, and this isn’t nearly as bad, and for two days I couldn’t walk. I couldn’t concentrate. I couldn’t sleep… … Continue reading In the Roots