Finding a Mentor

In non-industrialized, non-urbanized cultures part of the ecosystem is teaching the accumulated wisdom of the elders to the children in order for the entire group/tribe/clan to thrive.  Much of that is very practical such as teaching about weather patterns, how to hunt, fish, plant, harvest, store food, keep livestock, and live in balance with the ecosystem. …Details

Why these parents?

When I look at the notes that a client wrote in their soul book about this life, there are detailed notations about their parents, referring to the embodied beings that brought them into this life.  There are additional notations concerning any adoptive parents and all the other adults that might have had significant input into the persons early childhood and upbringing. …Details

Family Healing

Families have a tendency to hand things down from parents to children.  There’s the admixture of DNA, personality traits, sometimes skills and habits, and then there are the traditions around holidays and special events, the perspectives on how the world works, finances and social status, as well as things. …Details

Continuing Education

The Akashics provides unique means of continuing in depth spiritual studies.  If you are interested in or currently studying Tarot, I-Ching, Runes, Kabbalah, Theosophy, the Medicine Wheel, or any other spiritual path or practice, you can find personal instruction in the Akashics. …Details

Learning Bias

Modern culture and its educational systems have enforced the concept that learning comes from being told.  And that telling is direct and to the point.  Therefore anything can be learned through reading text books, watching instructional videos, and, like in science, everything builds on the thing before it. …Details

Let’s Do This

I know I’ve posted this before, but this is where I’m at today.  “Let’s Start This Shit Up!”  — Ze Frank An Invocation for Beginnings  – Ze Frank tells it like it is. And if you want these words to inspire you visually, they reside here: http://…Details

Rewriting Our Stories

native_american_storytellerWe are the stories that we tell.  Tell to others, tell to ourselves.  And what’s great about that is that stories can change.   One of the biggest conflicts between cultures with written language and oral cultures (those that learn by memorization and story telling, which have oral histories) is that written language makes time stop and stories become static structured things like bricks. …Details