This essay explores pilgrimage, earth energies and the alchemy of sacred sites – the potential for spiritual transformation offered by embarking on pilgrimage to sites on the earth that have long been sanctified by wonder, ritual, prayer and the footsteps of seekers.
We need new positive stories to seed for the future. We are drowning in dystopian visions, both real and imagined these days.
For years it was my Plymouth Rock. The red rocks called out to me through the ethers. Come back, come back, they would say . . .
You speak a language not yet discovered… but I heard you. I saw you appear in my dreams swimming up against a giant aquarium glass, tail swishing, water splashing out…
Perhaps it’s the similarity with the landscape of the land of my birth, Jamaica, that caused me to fall in
Dodona, located in a lush and remote valley in western Greece, is the oldest oracle site in Greece dating back
The Fifth Sacred Thing: A Manifesto for the 99% . . .even on this ruined and ravaged and poisoned earth,
A great video made by my friend Brad Laughlin of Corelight featuring two amazing spiritual teachers, Leslie Temple-Thurston and Andrew
Aswan. We left our hotel at 4 a.m. to make our way by bus and boat to the Temple of
The great African (Kenyan) environmentalist, founder of the Green Belt Movement and the first African woman to win the Nobel