Saturday, April 13, 2013

Spring and Continuation

Spring is here... or close by..
For those of you who have my A Book of Ceremonies and Spiritual Energies Thereof, it is time to do the Nature Spring Ceremony. I find this ceremony to be especially crucial in my life at this time as it deals with opportunities and the discernment to know which are good for me. I am still in the process of healing and still on the heavy duty medicines, but I know I am getting better. Even a flare up now and then is not going to hold me back from what I want to do.
I have just co edited (with Trace A. DeMeyer) and recently published through my little press the following book:
Unraveling the Spreading Cloth of Time: Indigenous Thoughts Concerning the Universe, dedicated to Vine Deloria Jr (my late mentor).

I am so pleased with the book (there are 40 different writers from various different Indian nations, and the writings are full of wisdom that needs to be shared.

My purpose now is to market this book, continue with consultations/readings, and hold workshops- career wise, that is.

So, thank you to all who buy my books, attend workshops, and schedule readings.

This all gives me a purpose and determination to carry on...



10 comments:

  1. You are an amazing human. Thank you for all that you do and for all that you are. I cherish you and our friendship. Many love and hugs, and prayers for your continued recovery. Love, MBB

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  2. We are honored to share the mission of "Unraveling the Spreading Cloth of Time: Indigenous Thoughts Concerning the Universe" with our readers in hopes that many will buy the book, attend your workshops, and schedule readings. May beauty surround you.

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  3. From Terra Trevor:

    Love and Faith and Grace as you continue to walk this journey. Thank you for bringing Unraveling the Spreading Cloth of Time: Indigenous Thoughts Concerning the Universe, so that more people may walk in beauty.

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  4. from Suzanne Murphy:
    Good posting. I am always glad to see what you have written.
    I came across a slogan the other day:
    Keep calm,
    Carry on.
    Marijo has lots more to do.

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