Jack and Bean Stalk Chapters 03 The back story.

The back story of Jack, his widowed mother, his father and of course the Beanstalk. And how the Giant fits into all of that

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The Half Giantess. Chapter 05. Preparing dinner.

The first energy that our collective Mothers demand from boys is the witchy/bitchy feminine energy.  The next thing to go when there is too much Mother is Fathering. When the Mother makes an alliance with the boy. The second energy that is demanded by the status quo is our connection to soul.

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The Half Giantess. Chapter 03 The Lake of tears.

This lake is filled with the silent tears shed as we mutilated our soul by repression and denial, and actual acts of soul betrayal, tears that were never shed never seen, in this world. These are the silent tears of men and women, boys and girls as they cut away sometimes the best parts of themselves in order to be acceptable, to be “nice” to be a good boy or girl, to be loved, to be praised, to be admired to fit in by parents, peers, lovers, spouses, bosses the status quo.

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“The Half Giantess” Chapter 01 The Parents house.

The parent’s house is more than just a physical building. It is a construct of myth and taboos that forms what we believe is our identity. A consensus reality. A flat world.

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Jack and the Beanstalk for Women’s day 9th August.

The story simply states that Jack lived with his widowed mother and that they were very poor. A very modern description of our world, a prophetic story in many ways. Prophetic because these stories spring from the eternal and are therefore forever relevant … and a very accurate description of single-parent families today, of mothers and their struggle in the land of giants, their battle to make ends meet.

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The way of the Shaman storyteller.

The task of the Shaman is to set free the energy bound up in our stories. the story of our own shadows. To bring us into the presence of our own divine self, to suspend shame, to grant acceptance of our own souls love for us. To heal.

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