Born At Age 40.

  If I were to be locked up for at least three months, I'd like to read the autobiographies of Sonia Sotomayor, Angela Davis, and Condoleeza Rice, then, A Farewell To Arms, the works of Heidegger regarding being-in-the-world in a technological age, and the Baghavad-Gita. That'd help construct a conceptual framework towards crafting an idea. I don't want … Continue reading Born At Age 40.

Sisters Delphi

Sisters Delphi round their backs at the table called here time and again in seasons of woe Clarity their mastery, despite clouded eyes. Here we seat again A time of great despair and ruin Not since the fall of Rome in the hands of Nero have we witnessed such disgrace! My third eye weeps at … Continue reading Sisters Delphi

A Tale of Two Brians

Originally posted on Von Simeon:
[Writing Prompt: Revisit a famous book title, time = 30 minutes] NOTE: I actually got choked up writing this. Dayumn. The tea shop seemed the ideal place to have Brian meet me. After all, it’s where he was Skyping me from all afternoon two weeks ago. I sat, legs pressed together tightly, with…

Teachings From A Bull

Teachings From the I Ching 03.05.17 last edit 03.30.17 Chapters 4, 9, leading to 13: 4. Innocence Innocence gets through successfully. Though you do not seek the innocent yourself, the innocent seek you. The first augury informs, the second and third muddle. Muddling is not informative. It is advantageous to be correct. Enlightenment is realized … Continue reading Teachings From A Bull

Enter The Temple of Sekmet (and don’t forget to wear Red.)

Divine Sisters Brothers of Light Keepers of the Divine Feminine Power. I will not keep silent anymore. I will use my voice for healing If my roar intimidates, be aware... ...unconditional love is trying to penetrate you. With my voice I awaken your demons invite them forward to play. Join me on this higher elevation … Continue reading Enter The Temple of Sekmet (and don’t forget to wear Red.)

Poems From the MHU

Welp. Had a psychotic break again. ... If you follow me on Facebook, I let you know as much details needed. The good news is, I'm home now and enjoying being in touch with the spirits of the home, as Jung encourages us to do soon after separation. Here's some poems I crafted during my … Continue reading Poems From the MHU

2017: Unleash The Warrior

When Maeve shows up in your spread, you freakin' pay attention! From The Goddess Oracle Deck, curated by Amy Sophia Marashinsky and illustrated by Hrana Janto, here's a poem featured for the goddess Queen. Take heed warriors: I am a Warrioress a Warrioress of the Heart I am Queen of the domain of myself I … Continue reading 2017: Unleash The Warrior

Toodle-oo 2016

Happy end to 2016, all! And man, am I glad for it. My best analogy would be a roller coaster. The year started as a steady climb, up up up towards the sun, elevating my excitement, then a nominal twist around, a clear view of my surroundings, lush and lovely, before plunging, straight down, body … Continue reading Toodle-oo 2016

The Living Goddess Exhibit (Video)

Thank you to everyone who supported this personal, transcendental endeavor of mine. The show was a hit! We wanted everyone to experience the magic of the Goddesses, so here's a full YouTube link of the show, filmed entirely on smartphone. Like and share with everyone you love. https://youtu.be/Zx2g0yuhSes

Broadcasting the Divine Feminine in Sarasota

I was four years old, standing onstage with my dance mates at the Fort Hood Family Recreation Center, wearing a white frilly top with red satin inlay and matching red velour skirt. White opaque tights and shiny patent leather Mary Janes completed my outfit. My hair, curls freshly unfurled from pink sponge curlers, served as … Continue reading Broadcasting the Divine Feminine in Sarasota