Moving Beyond “Environmentalism”

Madeline Island 2014

The world is alive and aware and we are part of it. [Read more...]

Embodiment and Woundedness: Owning Up to Being an Animal

credit: Yinan Chen via Wikimedia Commons

When I stepped into the waters of Lake Superior, I recognized the sensation exactly: I’ve swum here before. [Read more...]

Listening Is an Act of Dilation

Inner ear as Yggdrasil. Who knew.

Listening is a creative act. It’s a sacred act, to listen fully to another. We’re co-creative not just with our gods and gardens, but with each other. [Read more...]

On the Nature of Green(s)

pantone greens

Recently I’ve been thinking again about Greens. [Read more...]

Today in Boston

Standing in Love

Like everyone else in Boston, I am wholly distracted by the manhunt for the Boston Marathon bombing suspect going on in my city. Prayers and reflections on violence, death, and living from a place of connectedness. [Read more...]

Guest Post: Pagan-Christian Dialogue, Mistrust, and a Difficult (But Needful) Way Forward

PGPT_mound

Evangelical and Pagan-Christian interfaith advocate John Morehead writes: I understand the mistrust that many Pagans have toward Christians and the forms of Christianity that have undergirded our hostile interactions with the Pagan community. But aren’t there alternatives to continuing to distrust and demonize each other? [Read more...]


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