It was Joseph Campbell who, in the 1940’s, first brought to the public’s attention the Mythic and Archetypal principles embedded in the structure of stories. In his book “The Hero with a Thousand Faces,” Campbell identified the underlying patterns in myths, stories, and spiritual traditions. In so doing, Campbell created a standardized language that made … More Birth as a Heroine’s Journey | Joy in Birthing
Now that I have Maya, and am bringing her to work, I have a few opinions on the subject of where a mama should be. And it’s at home. I know this goes in the face of all the feminist gibber gabber out there, but there is very little understanding in our culture about the … More A mother’s place…
Exactly why I don’t sanitize or frequently wash my hands! WASHINGTON AFP – Parents who let their kids romp in the mud and eat food that has fallen on the floor could be helping to protect them against maladies like heart disease later in life, a US study showed Wednesday. “Our research suggests that ultra-clean, … More Germ-free kids may risk more adult illnesses: study
Wanna hang out? Come eat some delicious organic food & explore radiant pregnancy & blissful birthing with awesome people like you on Tuesday, December 15th, 6:30 to 8:30pm at Dandelion. $35 Includes entree and bottomless Mommy-To-Be tea. Limited space available. More info & reservations.