The large antlers sit perfectly on his head crowning one of Nature’s most interesting animals. Over the last ten years I have had a number of encounters with the moose. They are truly gigantic, graceful and a little awkward all at the same time as they move through the forests of the Rocky Mountains. They never cease to inspire awe in me whenever they appear. Continue reading “The Majestic Moose”
The Red Tailed Hawk soared into my life majestically this morning as he flew across the valley below my house and then landed right next to me on a large tree. He was amazing close up. His wings spread out so powerfully that it sent chills down my spine just to watch him soar. His eyes were clear and intense. A pair of ravens kept diving down trying to drive him away from the tree, but he stayed put for over 30 minutes scanning the landscape. Continue reading “Hawks”
What does the Hundredth Monkey story hold for us in the year 2010? That is a really good question that deserves looking into. Ken Keyes wrote a great little book called THE HUNDREDTH MONKEY. In this book he describes scientists observing the Japanese monkey, the Macaca fuscata, in the wild. These monkeys have been studied since 1952. Continue reading “The Hundredth Monkey”
Enjoy this excerpt from Reiki: A Way of Life, a book about the subtle energies present in the universe that help us balance and heal ourselves. Reiki is an ancient healing art with roots in Tibet that focuses on the Universal Life Force in all of us that ebbs and flows within our bodies and minds.