Photo by Laura K. Deal
I have a history with bees. The associations are multiple and interconnected, and bees are showing up in my dreams and in waking life.
From running barefoot in the backyard, I had my share of childhood beestings. They hurt like crazy, and then my foot would swell and it [...]
By Donald Beriev
A thing few people, well actually no people, know about me is my intense love of darkness. Darkness and the night. Black forests and black nights.
Darkness speaks to me. It resonates with my soul. Does this statement scare you? Well, it shouldn’t. Not if you understand the kind of darkness I [...]
The Road by Richard Fogg
When I was a child, my mom told me that before I was born, she’d hoped I’d be twins, because she wanted to have another child but couldn’t endure another pregnancy. The idea gave metaphorical birth to an imaginary sibling, one who would take my side when my older [...]
On Tuesday I had the pleasure of working a dream with Billie Ortiz, my dream sister and the founder of “Dream Camp,” where I’ve had the great pleasure of meeting my dream family. One of the symbols in my dream was a refrigerator, and Billie offered the projection that refrigerators are metaphors for memory, because [...]