Becoming Ecosexual: Weathering Jealousy

The tribe is gathered to celebrate the changing of the seasons. Cool fall air hangs around our bodies with a crispness hinting at the approaching sub zero tipping point of Winter. Full frequency baselines pulse from the black hole speakers, shaking the blanket of air into warmth as the dancers move their branching limbs in mirrored rhythm to the shimmer of the stars above. I am the dance. Eyes closed, […]

Becoming Ecosexual: The Nature of Emotion

The Sun sits high in the crystal blue sky above as it washes our bodies with cellular warmth and fills our eyes with visionary light. We are here in this forest to dance ecstatically, allowing the flow of life to free itself within and become manifest without – through the bodily expressions of our natural movement. The large group of people gathered together is being guided through the collective celestial […]

Becoming Ecosexual – Why We Are All Polyamorous Pt. 1

“A world where it is safe to love, is a world where it is safe to live” – Serena Anderlini-D’Onofrio   I sit down on the bench as a feeling of deflation brings me down. Here again. She just left my visual space in pursuit of a choice to be with someone else. My heart twists with the pain of a deep wound being exposed and emanating from my chest. […]

The Apocalypse Revival: Facing the Tipping Point

“An apocalypse, translated literally from Greek, is a disclosure of knowledge, i.e., a lifting of the veil or revelation. In religious contexts it is usually a disclosure of something hidden, “a vision of heavenly secrets that can make sense of earthly realities”.” — Source: Wikipedia What is it about the idea of end time scenarios that make them such a common theme of the stories told by humanity? Throughout history, cultures the world […]

The Soul Mate Delusion Part Three: The Love Seeds of Genie’s Wisdom

Despite there being a number of poor messages in the Disney movies I watched during my childhood (most I am only recently becoming aware of), there are moments in the stories that glimmer with innocent truths that sparked my imagination and idealism. One movie in particular, and hands down my personal favourite, happened to contain two of the best seeds of relationship advice I have ever come across (and yes, […]

The Soul Mate Delusion Part Two: The Fullness of Boundaries

I find it to be inevitable that one’s personal journey into the question of “Who am I?” leads to an expanded sense of one’s self. The cycles of life and death remind us that we have to let go of everything we consider to be ‘me’ at some point. We practice with our toys as children, discovering the pain of a broken expression of play. We experience it as youth, […]

The Soul Mate Delusion Part One: Why I Can’t Be Your Superman

Yes, I recognize the voice of the critic. The thoughts of doubt in the present that arise from a broken sense of idealism of the past. The character that reminds you to calm your hopes and excitements about the future because, well, maybe it won’t come to pass. The self-sabotaging actions that are your way of destroying before you get destroyed. The heart that has walled itself up because it […]

A Conflict in Paris: Uncovering Helplessness and Exposing Our Wounds

Where is there a place for the slow and patient in a world devoted to speed and efficiency? When is the moment for simple and joyful in an ever chaotic and fearful time? What good is love when the world is falling apart around us? Why do we repeat what is clearly not working? How can one part affect the whole? A Terrifying Attack In the wake of the recently […]

Money Magic: How Living Creatively Has Transformed My Outlook on Life

{To download the PDF, click here} One of my guiding missions over the last few years is the transformation of my relationship to the tool of money. I believe the symbol of money resides very near the core of the crises of our time. Because it lives deep near the root, money simultaneously becomes an opportunity with great potential, in my mind, for unlocking the latent creativity within humanity and […]

And Here I Thought I Knew What Heartbreak Felt Like… Opening to a Space of Love

For the past week I feel like I have been carrying a mini pool of tears under my eyes, just waiting to bubble out were it not for my focused attention to withhold. Fighting back the tears until a single one escapes and rolls down my face. Barely holding them off until I get back home to my camper and feel safe to let them out. One thing I have […]