Details

When I was younger, though I still do this, I would be riding in the car past trees and wooded areas, and I would see-imagine myself running dashing through the woods at breakneck speed, a daughter of the woods. And I would look out at … Continue reading Details

Mirror, Mirror

Metaphor & Worlds So, in Eduardo Kohn’s How Forests Think, he articulates his understanding of the dream logic of the Runa natives he spent time with as an anthropologist. Kohn observes that “Literal communication takes place when one being can entertain the subjective viewpoint of … Continue reading Mirror, Mirror

Meta-Journaling

I’ve been big proponent of magical journals for a while, even though historically their use seems rather rare—and limited to literate practitioners. The argument that the practice comes out of a Victorian culture with classist associations—Do you have the time to write? Do you have … Continue reading Meta-Journaling