by Theresa | Jul 19, 2021 | Apothecary, Guided Meditation Journeys, Meditation, Strega Tree, Theresa C. Dintino, Voices of the Community
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by Amy Tanzman Palmer | Feb 19, 2019 | Amy Tanzman Palmer, Divination, Story, Strega Tree, Voices of the Community, Wedeme
In a stick divination I was told that my ancestors knew how to record and retrieve stories from the stones, using the help of Grandmother Moon. My ancestors also worked very intimately with Brigid. Now it was time for me to learn as well.
In this same divination I was told by the wedeme (elemental beings of the wild) that Brigid had a story to share with me. Retrieving and sharing the story would not only help the Goddess, but it would also help my four-year-old son. She wanted me to record and share this story with him.
by Fran Carbonaro | Oct 23, 2018 | Strega Tree, Voices of the Community
Our love was a raven
It delivered the dark gift
My soul awaited patiently
Like a bricklayer for his stone
by Lacyeloo Winkelpleck | Oct 3, 2018 | Strega Tree, Voices of the Community
Muddy woman in the shadow.
She does not hide, rather yet waits…
standing proudly in the darkness,
for you to find your reflection in her.
by Sandy Eastoak | Jun 5, 2018 | Story, Strega Tree, Voices of the Community
The question of how a food lives on in us first arose when I was eating a delicious organic artichoke. I was happy with this beautiful food and the opportunity to eat it. Until I tuned in. Then I found a being who was not at all happy to be eaten, but was a mix of angry and sad. Startled, I contemplated the reality of artichoke as a big thistle bud: When you eat us, we don’t get to fly. When we’re allowed to flower, we develop seeds with parachutes. The slightest wind sends us flying, which is our greatest pleasure in life. Even more fulfilling is being eaten by a bird, then we fly higher, farther, faster. When you eat us, all this delight is stolen. We don’t like it.