Solstice Blessings

Winter Solstice Bear is one of my beloved polar bears and She sits quietly at the north on the wheel. North bear is deep winter bear, She is frozen beneath the land. Her shaggy white coat is the frost and snow that coat our land in the winter. Her snowy presence is more strongly felt the further north you travel. So journey to her in the places of still winter snow, of long icicles, short days and of deep dreaming nights. She is as old as the cold rocks, for her bones form the very rocks themselves, She is still as stone and waiting, waiting ,waiting in the black at the back of the cave. Her stories come from a time before words, when She whispers to you on the chill north wind it is not yo

Exploring Polar Bear

To begin with let me quote from one of my all-time favourite songs ‘Sunscreen’ by Baz Lurhmann: ‘………my advice has no basis more reliable than my own meandering experience’....... and what follows is food for thought…… Last week I blogged about my wonderful flying visit to Assynt for the talk about the Inchnadamph Bone Caves and my life as a busy mama Bear in Glastonbury and the dance of polarities which that brings to my Priestess life. But that dance last week also left me wondering about how polar bears are perceived by us. In the picture attached (and in this link ) is a polar bear on a float at the famous illuminated carnival in Glastonbury. This carnival is

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