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Raising an indigo child can be as exhausting as it is rewarding yet it will have contributed to our own personal evolution in more than we can quickly summarise. As these children start to come of age, what have we learned, what have we offered them and in what ways have we set the basis for a super-powerful collaboration that continues to give rise to a whole new world landscape, and far faster and more astonishingly than we have ever seen manifest before. Continue reading →
The astonishing aroma from these giant trees, straight after the storms, acted like an acute sensory hit or an activation of sorts and it turned out they had a great deal to tell me… Continue reading →
“The goddess of the wishing well…the sweetest mystery I ever saw wandering the paradise that was the day before” but then “I became a god of thieves and sold the sunlight, burned the leaves, I killed for fun, shattering a paradise, living on the run. So came the storm and we were blown another age from hearth and thrown upon a whim, I threw my only chance away, tore her limb from limb”. Celebrating exactly thirty-eight years since Roy Harper (who doesn’t mince his words when he talks about the thrashing, bashing and banishing of the divine famine) woke me up (the first time) at age nine, his music becoming its own gentle summer stream coursing through the landscape of my life.
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