”Dream”, part zzzzz

Date: 27 February 2019 Right before alarm (4:30!), sounds, I remember being with someone, dunno who exactly, but I’ve known them for a long time, in Spirit (guide, guardian, something like that), in the Spirit World, they were giving me a teaching and we were having a conversation about something. I distinctly remember one of […]

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Contraries and INFJ

Personal Notes In my culture (and others here in NA) there’s a place for people like us, and that’s where I am. so I found my niche in my culture – which for a long time wasn’t acknowledged because of religious persecution – but now we’re coming into full swing again, just as we’re needed. […]

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Sacred Clowns and Fools

from: here Sacred Clowns and Fools Chapter 13 from The Sacred – Ways of Knowledge, Sources of Life By Peggy V. Beck and Anna L. Walters Innocent and wise; painted in their stripes, their lightning streaks, fantastic masks, or naked from head to toe; the Clowns catch our attention whenever and wherever they appear. They […]

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Laughter Keepers Exploring The Medicine Clown Tradition of the Wampanoag

Not my article, but re-posting from: here and here Update 24-09-2016: I’ve been in touch with the author, and he wants to me to share this, and edit the bits that need editing. Laughter Keepers Exploring The Medicine Clown Tradition of the Wampanoag By Mwalim If all attempts to destroy a people have been unsuccessful, […]

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Visions and Dreams

There was once a man, while was participating in a Sun Dance. While he was at the Tree of Life, on the last day, he received a vision. He saw a Thunderbird, at the top of the Tree. It had symbols on its body and wings. They were shaped like four-directions symbols, but all white, […]

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A Zen Master’s Perspective on Sacred Clowns

from moshecohen.net The deeper I delve into clown from the teaching side, the greater the desire to put a finger on this word clown, what and all it represents. This has led me to explore the traditions of the sacred clowns amongst many of the indigenous tribes here in North America. Their function in their […]

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Heyoka and Transformation

From: Heyoka and Transformation Talking/writing about the Heyoka way is always somewhat slippery; for Heyoka is hard to capture, both figuratively and literally. Heyoka is a force of nature. Heyoka is Sacred. Heyoka is profane. Heyoka is both, and neither, and in-between. Heyoka is of the Sacred Dreaming, inherent in the Sacred Fire of Life. […]

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