Monthly Archives: July 2014

An old one

The fragrant threshold Originally Posted on August 6, 2013 There are lilies on the table today. I love them, beautiful things that they are. Resplendent flowers, impossible to ignore. Perfectly structured for their purpose, yet with a flamboyant, opulent grace … Continue reading

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Last Day of 99 Cent Pricing! PRODIGY OF RAINBOW TOWER SALE!

Originally posted on Legends of Windemere:
Cover Art by Jason Pedersen July 31st is the LAST DAY to get LEGENDS OF WINDEMERE: PRODIGY OF RAINBOW TOWER for 99 CENTS!!! Yeah that’s pretty self-explanatory.

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On the edge of dreaming

There are Three One that attracts; bright in its beauty beneficent jewel that dazzles the senses. one that repels; darkness and sorrow cloaking the gift, Both unknown and unknowing. One calls the heart drawing you closer, greeting the blade that … Continue reading

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Notes from a small dog XLII

Frankly, I feel I should be starting this with ‘Dear Don’. Sherbert indeed! … I know my colloquialisms and if we are to be talking of folk wandering off to find the odd sherbert… hmmm??? How many pubs can they … Continue reading

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The journey so far… Sue

My contribution to the tale of our spiritual journeys Are we there yet? My grandfather gave me his annotated copy of the Mystical Qabalah by Dion Fortune when I was 15. “This is the only magical book that you will … Continue reading

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Spirit y’all? – Stuart’s journey

The second of our accounts of the journey so far…. Spirit y’all? by Stuart France ‘Our own journey is entirely imaginary: that is its strength’ – Louis Ferdinand Celine I grew up in a religiously tolerant family which knew a … Continue reading

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The journey so far…

We were talking the other day about the value, or otherwise, of formal training in spiritual schools and organisations and what they can offer the seeker on what is, after all, perhaps the most personal journey of all. We all … Continue reading

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My Spiritual Journey by Steve Tanham

Sue has asked Stuart and I to record, in an interview style, our individual spiritual histories. Here’s my offering. I was born in May 1954. I came into the world (with the help of my mother and a good midwife), … Continue reading

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City centred

Sunday it was suggested we leave the car and catch the bus into the city. There was, inevitably, a church we wanted to check out and with the idea that no car meant I would be able to have a … Continue reading

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An hour with the small dog…

You’ve tidied round before you leave, on the general principle that you will come back to vaguely tidy and just have to actually do the housework. But there’s a catch, and it’s called Ani. You walk back into the living … Continue reading

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