Overlooking Zion National Park, I pontificate about how myths are living beings with their own life force that exist outside of time and space. Facts are like individual notes in a melody — they only make sense and have meaning in context, in relation to the notes around them. How limited and boring to insist on playing just one note!
Within the Lakota cosmology, it is understood that a person does not exist as a single, solid being. Instead, a person is constituted by the swarm of stories they tell about themselves and that others know and tell about them.
As the sun set on Geyser Peak, just outside of Capitol Reef National Park in Southern Utah, I reflected upon how the healing journey asks everything of us, and makes no promises in return. In order to truly heal — whether from a physical incapacity, psychological imbalance or deep, ancestral trauma — we must be willing to change everything. We may need to shift our eating habits; we may need to have hard conversations that permanently change the nature of important relationsh
In today's edition of The Multi Dimensional Millennial, I show how to see the South Indian Vedic Astrology chart, where nakshatras fit in and how to define a gandanta point, all just to explain what's going on with Jupiter right now. Takeaway: it is prime time to question your beliefs and the teachings you subscribe to. These are likely to be in flux right now and we may or may not be able to take our own best advice. Be patient with yourself as you uproot outdated understand