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Monthly Archive November 2014

of Purity…

To begin with I cannot speak Only see In simplest forms Feel Freely  Essentially Be Purity I am the babe Innocent Clean I cannot speak Only see Unabashedly Learn from me When you look to life You cannot take from me Anything I do not have Already Only  Purity I am the bud Softly Seeing Only …
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Skeletons in the Sky…

In preparation for my archetypal embodiment series I want to honor the structures and systems behind a persona or any construct for that matter. Those forms that silently shape what's under the skin, invisible to the eye. Why? Because without the groundwork, without the base everything falls out of context and nothing stays in place. In my creative…
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Mandalas and Thoughts at Week 8

by Debbie Schroder Program Chair for Art Therapy/Counseling Program  It doesn’t really surprise me that as we approach the eighth week of the quarter, I’m finally able to spend a little time putting together an image that contains mandalas created by incoming art therapy students, during orientation. The quarter has been full – of teaching…
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…waxing and waning archetypes

From this day forward, well at least until the end of the year, Id like to try something new with this little blog spot of mine. Every new and full moon I will express an archetype through visual form, thank you Halloween for this inspiration. I will re-envision a new archetype twice a month and capture…
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Sandra Ingerman Joins Southwestern College Board of Trustees

Sandra Ingerman, known world-wide for her work in Shamanism and her eight books, is now a member of the Southwestern College (Santa Fe) Board of Trustees. Sandra has been a long time friend of the school, delivering commencement speeches, and serving on the Board of Advisors for years. We are honored and amazed to have…
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…of listening and landing

a haiku for you falls softly toward patient palm don't let it escape   *   each time that you do a more complicated song comes back round for proof   *   until finally entangled loops tie up tongues slipping silk between   *   prayerfully cupped hands a winged glimpse of beauty now silently lands   *       Archetypally…
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