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. […]

Tales from Today: Black Magic Friday and the Four Letter Curse Word

We’ve all been there before. That moment when you head to the store to pick up something you need. Maybe it’s a few items – some food, a new pair of shoes, the latest gadget – whatever it is, you have your reasons it is an upcoming purchase. You are feeling particularly confident today because you know there is not only enough, but more than enough, dollars available to you […]

2016 Wall Calendar – When Earth and Skye Coalesce

A New Year is Here! And with it, I am excited to announce the release of my second annual nature art wall calendar – When Earth and Skye Coalesce. It is such a joy to see these calendars being used in the homes I visit and I would love to share the art with even more people! My dream is to remind us of the beauty in co-creating with nature, as a […]

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 […]

FozzyFest: A Family Reunion

Gathering together in a supportive community is a need that runs deep throughout cultures and across history. It is how we established security and felt a sense of belonging, of connection, of intimacy. The festival is one way communities come together to remind themselves we are in this together. Whether the purpose is to rejoice in the season’s harvest, commemorate a special transition in life, witness the union of two […]

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 […]

Dreaming Awake

Praise for Dreaming Awake: “Your book is amazing! I can’t put it down!” — Ocian Flo, Sound Alchemist and Frequency Femme Fatale “Intriguing, Satisfactory, and Ultimately Inspiring” — Rony Yoc, Mandala Magician and Artist “I really enjoyed your book Dreaming Awake. I read it within 2 days ((That’s not normal for me))  – I suck at reading but I was in a heightened space of feeling and your book was […]

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 […]

Cultural Creatives and Creative Investment: A New Economic Model of Support

Why is creativity important in the face of today’s enormous social, ecological, and global crisis? What kind of opportunity is being born through such crises? Do solutions exist that have the potential to transform the planet and create the more beautiful world we dream of? We live in a world where the monetization of life has reached its extreme; a world where nearly all of the relationships that once existed […]

Trash Transformation Story #5 – A Mess Culture

Yesterday morning started with a crystal clear blue sky day. The sun had already begun warming the air and ground. I set out to collect the trash in the beautiful park nearby. Songbird choirs rejoiced as they found an abundant breakfast in the lagoon. After a while of collecting from the path and in some areas requiring a little bushwhacking, I switched gears into creating mode. Gathering the decaying plants […]