Mother. Mother do you see Me? I am Here. I am Here. A Sacred Birth. A journey in time. Through Rock and Bone. From Death to Life. I have come; do you see Me? Will you feed me? Will you nurture my Dreams? Mother, do you see Me? Who am I? What am I to … More Creation.
I set my gaze to the distance. Far beyond me. Far beyond anything I had ever known. What was calling me? Pulling me…? Towards a place I had never known. I set my gaze to the distance. Who will rise against me? Who will rise with me? Friend, Or Foe? Lover or Beloved? That doesn’t … More Going Home.
Sisters. Many of you have asked how Woman as Wolf came about. We have been asked several times if it has anything to do with the book Women Who Run With the Wolves, by Dr. Clarissa Pinkola Estes. Though there are several connections to our work and this book, Woman as Wolf is also about … More Showing Up for Life.
The Peace of Wild Things By: Wendell Berry When despair for the world grows in me and I wake in the night at the least sound in fear of what my life and my children’s lives may be, I go and lie down where the wood drake rests in his beauty on the water, and … More Peace of Wild.
Mysteries of Wolf and Moon fill our imaginations with many ideas. Speculations as to why Wolves are connected to the Moon stem from a few different stories. Since wolves are nocturnal creatures, they are often associated with fearful things. It is a tendency of many to be afraid of the darkness- our darkness, and see … More Seeing Our Wild.
Many of you are asking how we will be interacting with the Wolves at our retreat. “How CLOSE will we be?” “Is it safe? I feel a bit scared.” Sister, I assure you, you will never be asked to go beyond your comfort zone- how much you interact, is entirely up to you. You will … More You and Wolf.
“What do you see,” She asked. “What are you searching for?” “We have doomed the Wolf not for what it is, but for what we deliberately and mistakenly perceive it to be- the mythological epitome of a savage, ruthless killer- which is, in reality, no more than a reflected image of our self.” –Farley Mowat