Author Archives: pancho
En la Oscuridad con Asombro / In Darkness with Wonder
[ Mensaje enviado hoy por la familia de Ciencia y No-Dualidad en vísperas del solsticio de invierno en el hemisferio norte.] A veces sólo necesitamos detenernos, sentir y dejar que todo se deshaga. Como lo hace la Madre Naturaleza en esta … Continue reading
Lealtad al agradecimiento
–por Robin Wall Kimmerer (original post in English: Allegiance to Gratitude) [ Un pronunciamiento de Acción de Gracias, un regalo del pueblo Haudenosaunee al mundo.] Hoy nos hemos reunido y cuando miramos los rostros que nos rodean vemos que los ciclos de … Continue reading
How Human People Are Only One Manifestation of Intelligence In the Universe.
by Robin Wall Kimmerer [as it appeared in this article from YES! Magazine] The intelligence of plants has long been a theme of literature, philosophy, and Indigenous narrative. Scientific research into the chemical interactions between plant species and other living … Continue reading
Crónica de un rescate de enjambre de abejas silvestres anunciado.
[por lo pronto la crónica es visual…noviembre 3, 2021]
Where the Horses Sing
by Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee[post as it appeared in Emergence Magazine] Witnessing a growing wasteland, Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee seeks the threshold that could bring us back to the place where the land sings—to a deep ecology of consciousness that returns our awareness to a … Continue reading
Gratitude Needs Practice
by Stephen Jenkinson It’s dark. You are standing in a field, far from the house. This is the midnight sky of your younger, wilder days. It is ablaze, aching with stars. It is the vault of heaven, indigo sea of time … Continue reading
The Serviceberry: An Economy of Abundance
By Robin Wall Kimmerer [As Robin Wall Kimmerer harvests serviceberries alongside the birds, she considers the ethic of reciprocity that lies at the heart of the gift economy. How, she asks, can we learn from Indigenous wisdom and ecological systems to … Continue reading
The Urgency And The Call To Serve In Joyful Awareness
Yes there is fear. Yes there is isolation. Yes there is panic buying. Yes there is sickness. Yes there is even death. But, They say that in Wuhan after so many years of noise You can hear the birds again. … Continue reading
Who Is Gandhi Today?
by Tim Huang [A touching description of “Gandhi in today’s world” from a Q&A with Rajmohan Gandhi –one of Gandhi’s grandsons– during a retreat. Originally posted Feb 18, 2020.] Q: Who is Gandhi today? A: I would say about today’s Gandhi, the … Continue reading
Our Spiritual Bond with Nature
–by Rachel Carson A large part of my life has been concerned with some of the beauties and mysteries of this Earth about us, and with the even greater mysteries of the life that inhabits it. No one can dwell … Continue reading