The River of the World flows both from us and to us. You are the Source and responsible for maintaining its purity, this is the spiritual ecology of the yogi and shaman. It is you that has to drink the Waters of Karma that flow back to you. The ancient kundalini aware cultures of India, […]Read More Rivers of God
I have to say I was never a David Bowie fan, much of his music simply didn’t resonate with me and yet only a few days after his death he came to me in a most intense dream. I found myself in the caves of Peche Merle, they are close to where I live and […]Read More David Bowie and the Body of Light
The English composer Ralph Vaughan Williams, upon first discovering English folk music said that he felt a sense of recognition, of something he had always known, yet hadn’t known was there. He said, ‘a folksong is like a tree, whose stem dates back from immemorial times, but which continually puts out new shoots. In one […]Read More New Singers of the Oldest Song
There is only one soul, this is the Spirit within all things The essence of this Spirit is Love You are that Spirit within all things. It is this One that looks out of every eye be it grasshopper or great whale It is this One that knows the heat of the sun as mineral […]Read More A Shamanic Kundalini Upanishad
In a magical dream/vision, a shamanic drum appeared to me in perfect detail. The inside of the drum became a portal and I was given a further vision of bears, that roamed the far north in ancient times. Following this, the spirits of Sami shamans came and showed me exactly how the drum was to […]Read More Black Bear Drum
I’m very proud to announce the publication of my book, A Shamanic Kundalini Awakening. It is unusual in that (as the title suggests), it draws together the worlds of kundalini and shamanism. There are books out there describing kundalini awakenings but very there is very little dealing with the shamanic awakening process. In my case, […]Read More A Shamanic Kundalini Awakening
Cumha, is a beautiful Gaelic word. In Scottish Gaelic it denotes a lament and is found as a prefix to many of the old harp tunes. In Irish the meaning is more subtle, implying a sense of melancholic separation. Many of us are in a state of cumha, separated from nature, ourselves and source. Learning […]Read More Cumha
Well, I had intended my blog to be a magical and happy place, exploring my adventures in spiritual awakening, kundalini, shamanism and the mysteries of this wondrous existence. I had intended to start at the beginning, put everything clearly in categories, make a timeline, attempt to impose a sense of logic and order. I may […]Read More Of Owls, Cats and Satanists.