And the story goes...A Lord returns home to his castle. His faithful wolfhound greets him with tail-wagging capering. The Lord notices blood slathered all over the dogs muzzle but the dog doesn't seem to mind or notice; he is acting completely normal. The Lord finds this strange and so hurries into his castle. He is … Continue reading Brownie bites: don’t kill the wrong thing
Another semester is beginning, and the following essay - reprinted with Mr. Stone's permission- reminds me of why I write this blog, and why I willingly do full mark-ups on 200+ papers a semester, yet get up before dawn to carve out my own writing time. Yes, the essay is unabashedly complimentary, and I am … Continue reading Brownie bites: ENG 112 Student Essay-Guest Post
Today the planet is the only proper "in group" ( Campbell). Please enjoy this lovely Guardian article by Gillian Monks ( link below). He discusses the archetypal influences of this most ancient of 'power days' on Christianity. In our hectic, technologically and ideologically driven lives, we forget that we are part of the natural world, … Continue reading Brownie bites: Happy solstice!
If the ancients were right that darkness contains intelligence and nourishment and even information, then the person who has eaten some of his or her shadow is more energetic as well as more intelligent. -- Bly The Ego, being highly selective in how it processes information, tends to either deny or defend. Hence, 'you are … Continue reading Brownie Bites: “The Shadow [archetype] knows…if we would but listen”