Day: May 8, 2017

The Re-Cycling of Life by Alethea Kehas

Originally posted on The Silent Eye:
During the Silent Eye’s annual workshop this April, we engaged in a discussion about fear. There was, I believe, a general agreement that the ultimate fear most people, if not all, harbor is the loss of the individual as a separate entity. We fear the obliteration of the self as we know it, because we learn to believe…

The positives in negativity

Originally posted on The Silent Eye:
“Out of the mouth of babes and sucklings hast thou ordained strength…” KJV Psalm 8:2 I passed the entire night in the hinterland between sleep and waking. It is that odd state where the body rests unresisting but the mind wanders down strange pathways, making connections between seemingly random things and finding answers to questions we did not…

The Feathered Seer – Divining meaning

Originally posted on The Silent Eye:
‘In former times the soul was feathered all over’ Plato The third ritual of the workshop weekend was named Deadshaw Sick after the strip of land that divides the lands of the living from the lands of the dead at Barbrook. On one side of the stream are the hut circles that mark the place of a settlement,…

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