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Shadows and Healing

Outside my window, the branches of a coconut palm sway in a warm, coastal breeze like graceful, serrated green fans.  For the past two weeks I have been in Honolulu, helping my mate prepare for the 36th annual Hawaii International Film Festival, in his role as Executive Director. Here in the islands, as I sit

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Embodying the Sacred Masculine: Evolving Forward

I was at a workshop in Colorado, sitting in a circle of conscious men when my dear mentor asked, how are you carrying the Sacred Masculine in your life? For a moment, I went blank. It was if he had casually tossed some sort of bomb into my lap, one that then quietly detonated in

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Empty Houses, New Frontiers: Moving On

I should be used to this routine by now. The uprootedness of sorting, packing, cleaning, and empty houses, that is. As a wandering gypsy, I’m essentially an expert in relocating and starting over. The past week witnessed my farewell to the slopes of Haleakalā and my departure from dear Maui, my arrival on the heavily

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Good Men and the Great Work

“Humanity stands at a pivotal moment in our collective development with Earth and the global community. Described eloquently by the noted cultural historian and spiritual ecologist, Thomas Berry, the Great Work of our time is to re-envision humanity and carry out the urgent, essential transition from being the most destructive force on the planet to

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Cutting Words: The Challenge of Dividing a Manuscript

Cut it in half. That’s essentially what the New York agent said upon reviewing my current manuscript, “Eros and the Sacred Masculine.” After two years of writing and another year of editing, this wasn’t exactly the news I wanted to hear. Her professional opinion is that a large book will be a difficult sell because

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