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Sparrows in the hands of Saturn

I wish to live like the mountain; the stream, the forest,
I wish to break like the tears of our own private angels
Upon the moments when mystery cloaks.

I wish to roam, with the legends ingrained in the riverbed
Of my psyche, alive in the footprints of our myth.

I wish to sleep by the fire, at the doorway where all spirits gather,
Touching the feet of the universal guru.

I wish to be blessed in the language of birds,
Freed like the sparrow flying up, into the hands of Saturn,
Free like the ripples of the silent ocean beyond death.

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birth of the magical menstrual tour and the power of menstruation

Roll up for the magical menstrual tour……step right this way! All about my partner Jane’s wild and life changing adventure around the USA meeting incredible, inspiring women (and men) and menstrual cycle awareness. The menstrual pilgrim, out in the world sharing wisdom and loveX

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Hello lovely people!

A warm welcome to Woman’s Wheel Worldwide! Here I’m going to explain what I am hoping to do with the work I am passionate about, and how the dream of the Magical Menstrual Tour became reality…

The story…It was a particularly warm autumnal day, and I was lying in the field outside our little cottage in Wales, listening to the grass-hoppers and watching the skylarks, pondering and dreaming to myself about how I was going to spread my ‘menstrual message’ to women beyond my local red tent. As my thoughts drifted contentedly away like the little clouds above me, I started imagining (as I often do) unexplored lands far and near. Then I suddenly came up with an idea that is now completely changing the course of my life!

Here’s how it went, roughly in this order, in my head: “Ahhhhh, I loved giving that menstrual cycle…

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Silver – Walter de la Mare

Slowly, silently, now the moon
Walks the night in her silver shoon;
This way, and that, she peers, and sees
Silver fruit upon silver trees;
One by one the casements catch
Her beams beneath the silvery thatch;
Couched in his kennel, like a log,
With paws of silver sleeps the dog;
From their shadowy cote the white breasts peep
Of doves in silver feathered sleep
A harvest mouse goes scampering by,
With silver claws, and silver eye;
And moveless fish in the water gleam,
By silver reeds in a silver stream.

Dedicated to Arna, the wonderful Silver Poet, who’s first poetry book is available.  Arna is a beautiful poet and superb artist.  I feel very lucky to have Arna in this blogsphere and multi-dimesional mystery –

“I deeply love and believe we are not a multitude at all, but one massive beast of pure conscious awareness.” The Silver Poet

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The Birds of Bikaner, Rajasthan – 19th January 2015

I have been writing a travel blog about my Dad and I’s trip around India named ‘The Jalebi Express’. We’ve made it all the way down to Kerala on the trains, over 3500kms so far. India is a vibrant and diverse place and such a rich place, it is difficult sometimes to find the words to convey. Here is a post that I think you may enjoy. The ‘Birds of Bikaner’ were a sight to behold…….

The Jalebi Express

Here’s a ‘best of’ selection of the birds we saw on a desert safari with Jitu.  From the biggest, to the smallest, we saw a hatful of winged wonders and some very rare sightings.

A young red winged lapwing A young Red Winged Lapwing

Silver Backed Shrike Southern Grey Shrike – kills bees by impaling them on thorns 

Red Breasted Bulbull - beautiful song Red Breasted Bulbull – beautiful song

Steppe Eagle Steppe Eagle

Farmer and White Igret Farmer and White Igret

Common Babbler - bird mafia, very aggressive little guy Indian Roller – aka the bird mafia, very aggressive little guy

Cinereous (Black) Vulture - the largest vulture in the world  Cinereous (Black) Vulture – the largest vulture in the world and the Egyptian Vulture

Spotted Asian Owlet Spotted Asian Owlet

Frankolin - like a little grouse Grey Frankolins – like a little grouse

White Tailed Eagle White Tailed Eagle – very rare

Laggar Falcon Laggar Falcon

Yellow Eyed Pigeons - very rare Yellow Eyed Pigeons – very rare, Bikaner is one of the last place you can see these.

Griffin Vultures Griffin Vultures

One more of the mighty Cinerious Vulture (the largest bird I've ever seen) One more of the mighty Cinereous Vulture (the largest bird I’ve ever seen)

Steppe Eagle Steppe Eagle

Long Legged Buzzard Tawny Eagle

Cinereous Vulture landing on a tree Cinereous Vulture landing on a tree

Black Ibis Black Ibis

The carcass ground - the reason for the density of raptors and vultures The…

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Alan Watts – Guru, Scoundrel or ‘Spiritual Entertainer’?

I’ve been listening to more Alan Watts recently and stumbled across this old post that you may enjoy. Does it matter that our spiritual guru’s are rascals? Or does it just make them more endearing and human. More real?

Riding effortlessly on a large green turtle

‘There was a young man who said Dan, for it certainly seems I am, a creature that moves in determinate grooves, I’m not even a bus I’m a tram.’ 

Alan Watts is a man who has taught me much, giving me insight and inspiration and always a good laugh.  Although he died in the early ’70’s his legacy lives on in his many books, recordings and the seemingly endless clips on Youtube.

Alan’s words deeply resonate with me, he was a man who didn’t seem to take himself or life too seriously.  I am always heartened by his mischievous belly laugh, which for me, was an integral part of his appeal (and teachings!).

Under a Thai Sun, Prachuap Kiri Khan, Thailand

By his own admission, Alan was a ‘spiritual entertainer’; but he was surely being modest, he was much more than that to so many folk.  He was a scholar who…

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Inspiring Vegan Quotes (pt 1)

Some food for thought from my other blog ‘the beach house kitchen’. I thought this may resonate with you guys. Peaccccceeeeee

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Hello Lovely Ones,

We normally let the food do the talking, but have been reading into veganism of late and unearthing some real pearls of inspirational wisdom.  We thought you might like them too.  Here we present a selection of our favorites (part one of a two part series!)  

Sometimes a good quote can really focus your mind on an issue, another persons voice, a like minded echo, can cast new light and energy.  These assembled quotes will be made into the new B.H.K. page ‘Inspiration Library’  (see above).  We hope you find them as challenging and uplifting as we did and that the message of peace to all beings rings true, far and wide.

Lee and JaneXXXXXXX 

“The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated.”

“In matters of conscience the law of majority has no place.”

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Arianrhod – Goddess of the Silver Wheel

The citadel of Arianrhod, built out at sea, sat directly opposite our house near Caernarfon, North Wales. We have just discovered this. She also has a citadel in the stars, Corona Borealis. These Welsh valleys and hills are alive with folklore!

the moon and the womb...


It was through two wonderfully knowledgeable women, in the dark folds of the Red Tent, that the gift of the mystical story of our local and incredibly powerful Celtic Moon Mother Goddess Arianrhod was unfolded to me for the first time.

The name Arianrhod (ah-ree-AHN-rhohd), is from arian, meaning ‘silver’ and rhod meaning ‘wheel’ or ‘disc’. She is the Welsh moon and star Goddess. The ‘Silver wheel that descends into the sea’ may represent the moon or circumpolar stars, to which souls withdraw between incarnations.  She is often identified as the Goddess of reincarnation. The silver wheel is also likened to ‘a cylinder through which deities, gods goddesses and ancestors become accessible; like a silver bridge into the void’.

She is the Daughter of the Mother Goddess Don. She is also ruler of Caer Sidi, a magical realm in the North. She was worshiped as priestess of the moon (the archetypical…

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