A portal into the
Eco-Heroine Journeys I write and the
Feminine Story Circles I lead.
"Jump, dance, sing, so that you live happier. Heal yourself, with beautiful love, and always remember... you are the medicine."
~Maria Sabina, Mexican healer and poet
Let's follow the paths forged by the wise women before us.
A unique tale connecting modern day California to the Scotland of centuries ago. Join Mairi during a life-changing year in this eco-heroine's journey, following the Celtic wheel of pagan holidays through the seasons. Discover how listening to stories may save the world.
Story Circles connect us with the mythic meanings in fairy tales & myths, which still have relevance in our lives today, empowering us to step into our strength and restore the feminine in a masculine society. Gathering in thematic circles to explore fairy tales & myths through meditation, movement, journaling, query led discussions, crafting, food, and music, we reclaim our feminine energy, restoring the balance one story, one circle, one person at a time. Story Circles for a kinder, healthier
New Circle Sessions will begin in the spring.
Following fairy tales from many cultures, we will explore honoring self care, respecting changing bodies, claiming self worth, listening intuitively, speaking truth. These pathways through life guide girls into being empowered women.
As a mother, I understand the need to connect with other women who are moms or who have wisdom to share. The need for joy, tears, and understanding are addressed through the nurturing of stories and all that gathering in feminine spirit can bring.
Through the deeper meanings in fairy tales and myths, we'll explore our Inner Wisdom through story, play, costumes, crafts, music and food. Following the paths laid out by such wise women as Clarissa Pinkola Estes, PhD., Sharon Blackie, and Sherrie Mitchell, we will tap into our Inner Child and our Ancestors, while bonding with other women as we have fun together.
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In which I talk to Dionne Thomson on Hot Mess to Awesomeness about my childhood being raised by back-to-the-land artists in the Heart of the Emerald Triangle (aka Humboldt Marijuana) my novels, and my love for storytelling.