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A Crone’s Declaration

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About Face IV

Suicide is a difficult topic for the living. And it hardly seems approachable on this lovely Spring Saturday. This post has been stirring since I learned of the death of Dr. Frederic Brandt, celebrity dermatologist, who recently committed suicide.   … Continue reading

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PrettyPorn: Living The Instagram Life

Did you know that Instagram is now touted to be the new Facebook? (!) I found a most provocative piece in the NY Times (of all places), written by financial planner Carl Richards. Now I must confess, my news reading … Continue reading

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Shadow Child

The tyranny of the past is never greater than when we do not recall.” ~James Hollis   On this lovely spring morning, with Robins dancing about, it seems like torture to muse about the Shadow.  Sigh.  But as Jung taught, … Continue reading

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Lydia, Oh Lydia!

“The Paradox of life and death  returns in a new form at each new spiral of growth. If we accept this, we are not torn apart by the opposites.” ~ Marion Woodman Lydia came to us with her name. She was … Continue reading

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Mirror Mirror

  “Mirror, mirror on the wall, who’s the fairest one of all?”  “Not you dear.  Not anymore.” We, and I mean the Royal “We” celebrated our birthday recently. (More about that later.) It is estimated that over 40 million baby boomers … Continue reading

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Priming the Pump

  Priming the pump is generally defined as: a government action taken to stimulate an economy during a recessionary period. I borrow the metaphor for the creative process, to get the juices flowing, as it were, after a lengthy period … Continue reading

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