Sites of Inspiration

(This page is undergoing updates as of 2/2017.)

Brainpickings: Brainpickings.org

An example of their offerings: “The question that we ask ourselves is, what protects you? What protects you in this world from sadness and from the loss of an ability to do something? For me, what protects me … is work and love. And I think that those two things cover pretty much every single thing. Because what you do, who you love, what you love, and what you do with your time is really the only question that you have to answer.” Maira Kalman

 

Joanna Macy:  http://www.joannamacy.net/

Joanna Macy has ushered in a deeper work of acceptance of my spiritual path through her translations of Rainer Maria Rilke, along with Anita Barrows, in “Book of Hours – Love Poems To God”. “I yearn to be held in the great hands of your heart…Into them I place these fragments, my life, and you, God–spend them however you want.”

Rob Brezsny’s Free Will Astrology:  http://www.freewillastrology.com/

Brezsny’s vision and wit brings intelligence and personal growth into focus while challenging every person of every walk of life to go beyond the status quo, to find personal greatness and peace. I don’t always agree with him but I love this guy. His is a huge heart for liberation.

Hilary Barrett’s I Ching with Clarity: http://www.onlineclarity.co.uk/

Onlineclarity is a powerhouse of opportunity for learning the I Ching’s ancient wisdom.

 

2 thoughts on “Sites of Inspiration

  1. From one J to another j 🙂
    I found your blog thru Kendra Kett’s list of networked blogs, and it is so beautiful. I have a blog as well, and have tried to sign up to network them but it is all new to me. just wanted to say hello and send you blessings this morning.
    xoxoxox
    Jenn

    • Hellooo J! I tried to network on your blog (follow you!) and it describes me Diruslgksl or something like that! I’ll have to fix that after classes. Meanwhile, WOW. I love your art. Of course, I’m partial to trees. I’ve got some of my art on http://pointillistponderings. Trees are what I do most these days.

      Thanks for popping in. I sat and drooled over your art after discovering your comment this morning when I should’ve been getting ready for school!

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