The Lizard in the Fire. A story of cleaving to our spouse. Audio version.

A story about relationships and marriage. What we have to die to, to make the relationship work. What we have to Cleave to. What does the Lizard represent and why does it have to die? or does it? What is the fire the community? built

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Iron John Chapter 12 Finding the Gold in our hands “When a finger turns to Gold”

When we discover our own internal Gold and that our hands can bring fourth Gold into this world, Our finger will turn to Gold.

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A deeper look at Jack the Beanstalk and Iron John for our youth. For Rites of passage, redeeming the father, responsibility and forgiveness.

Across space and across time, between here and Castle Quo (read the status quo) – I hear the anguished cries of women and children; I hear the complaints of men, I hear the cries of our planet, the spaceship earth…

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Myths promise us our spiritual inheritance.

Myths are intended to break the spell of time and release us from the pressures and limitations of daily life. Myth speaks to the extraordinary in us and to the innate nobility of our souls. Hearing a mythic story awakens the myth living in each of us. As the story enters us, we enter the timeless territory of myth. We become mythic again, a knowing participant in our own story and a seeker near its source. For, being in a “mythic condition” allows us to reconnect to the core imagination at the center of our soul.

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