Dancing Challenge Musings for the Second Day of Earth

My Day 2 Challenge thoughts: I struggled with this this morning lumbering around trying to find a fluid motion from the ground. My bones protested and I gave in and allowed my motion/dance to be simply walking mindfully. As I left the house I stopped to tie my shoes. As …

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Dancing Challenge Musings for the first day of Earth.

Labyrinth at Mandala Gardens

Returnings and Turnings of the Hoop These dance musing posts are following about 5 days behind when I put them up in the Facebook group for the challenge I’m participating in. I decided to share them on my blog too, if only to get a flow of thought and to …

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Line in the Snow: Part 5

Screams and groans and shrieks seemed to be coming from everywhere. Sinnik’tok could feel a burning, turning, in his chest. His heart pounded in his ears and his breath had grown quicker and raspy, escaping from him in steamy plumes in the cold air. The cold north wind had picked …

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Line in the Snow: Part 4

The first thing worth noting when engaging in the practice of stepping is that it is a very rare ability possessed only by powerful wielders of the mysteries and not for the faint of heart. Most people have heard of stepping  but few have actually seen it done, and even …

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Playing Ehdrigohr with the OneShot Podcast crew

There are a lot of new people discovering Ehdrigohr, and asking about the processes of playing it and a Fate game in general, so I thought I’d post links to this podcast, called the Oneshot Podcast, where I did last an Ehdrigohr session year (2014) in December.

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White Balance Avatars

So I had this article sitting on my computer that I had originally written to work with someone who was doing some great work helping people to find themselves. That partnership dissolved and I realized this piece never got used so I thought I’d put it out there for people …

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Line in the Snow: Part 3

The sun finally disappeared behind distant mountains and the redness in the sky faded to blues and purples that were quickly washed over by a wave of gray clouds that ushered in a steady stream of falling snow. Four warriors lay in a circle, feet towards the tower and heads …

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Line in the Snow: Part 2

While preparations for the night were being completed, the sun descended further on the horizon causing the growing red sky to be reflected in the snowy tundra making giving the entire area a certain reddish/orange hue. The cold air had taken on a certain damp sharpness that suggested the possibility …

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