So many of us have been left floating without roots to ground us, which is why the calling to rekindle the ancestral flame now cries out from our burning hearts. This call must not be ignored, distracted away, or shrugged off. Our species may rely on this very wisdom buried within our souls. Like rings of a felled tree, we each contain the truths of our past.Read More
“I discovered that healing happens when you confront your challenging emotions and feel them.“
— written by guest author Jeffery StoneRead More
If there's any major takeaway from this Lion King/Leo Season crossover, it is this: your community is what makes you. You can either exalt and be exalted through it, or consume and be consumed by it.Read More
Maybe the solution begins with patience, service, and learning to make peace with failure.Read More
What does it mean to explore our ancestral wisdom through the five senses? This is an important opportunity and responsibility to understand ourselves with a clearer view, a more critical and empathic heart, and a willingness to face a life of probable challenge as those who came before us have.
— written by Sera LindseyRead More
We as women and as people must not only accept the bear within us but celebrate it. We are fierce, wild, determined daughters. We are gentle, loving, nurturing mothers. We are naïve girls traipsing through adolescence and tumbling headfirst into our own inspiration. We are the wise women who watch the world over. We retreat in solitude into our dampened dark dens and emerge having birthed new life.
— written by Lindsay VermillionRead More
Feeling and expressing anger is often a radical practice of love. Like full-to-the-brim love. The kind that is bursting and burning. Anger is revolution, believing in something better and different, which I don’t think we can get enough of these days.
— written by Jennifer PattersonRead More
We live in a time where younger individuals are deciding to open up about their identity to parents and other adults, and it's exceedingly important that they get the support they need. Often, that support is not found at home - which makes school the second most impactful environment for them.Read More
When walking through any greenhouse or garden, it becomes blindingly clear that nature is genderless. Or, perhaps better to say it contains all genders, and all possibilities.Read More
How do we take our gifts from the hands of the gods?Read More
I remember a time not that long ago when the grocery store clerk would ask, "paper or plastic?" Now I don't use paper or plastic. I use cotton and straw.Read More
The ancient Greek translation of "apocalypse" is a disclosure of knowledge, an uncovering, or a revelation.Read More
Bee's Wrap offers a clean, reusable resource to keep our food fresh and our kitchens sustainable and plastic-free.Read More
"What is the biggest lie we tell ourselves as Americans?"Read More
There's a lot to be said for self-care, but even more to be done about it.Read More