Years ago, (a decade, in fact), I started posting videos on YouTube. I was around twenty at the time and my best friend and I were both having immature fun pretending to be British (English). A couple of years later, one of my videos teaching my audience how to speak in that accent suddenly blew
I had fallen into a quest that became the name of this very blog! Although it isn’t perfect and my outreach is still quite small, I am here, in part, due to two shamans, who are also my friends and mentors. A friend of mine, (hi, Mike), met me at a rather cold place of
For the last year or so, I have heavily tracked the sky by looking up every time I walk out to my car and take photos every time something “strange” catches my eye. Becoming excitingly active by the sudden surge of drones and satellites, it can be confusing to actually know what you’re looking at;
Sometimes, the roads are bumpy in the labyrinth on the way to the center. Like waves in an ocean, we are simply floating. The waves go up and crash over our heads when we least expect it- from time to time. Occasionally, however, it is calm, silent, and peaceful. Allowing ourselves to let go of any impulse to control certain situations in our life and instead just float among life’s waves and accept any and all changes, we can reach the center of our labyrinth much easier.