Archive | January, 2019

Diane V. Mulligan | The river mother

I have many times been a mother, but it was the foundling I loved the most. My natural born children were charmed and charming, graced with beauty and gentle dispositions, and my heart still swells with pride in them. And yet it was Hephaestus, crippled, prone to fits and tantrums, whom I loved above all the others. He needed me. How strange our little family was—an Oceanid and a Nereid […]

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Stories to tend the soul of the world | An interview with Sharon Blackie

Dr. Sharon Blackie is an international teacher and renowned writer whose work weaves together psychology, mythology, and ecology to reveal how our cultural myths have led us to the individual and collective social and environmental problems we face today and how reconnection with our more ancient mythology would better serve our relationship with the Earth, our souls, and the cosmos. With a Ph.D. in behavioral neuroscience from the University of […]

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