What Rapunzel Knows

What Rapunzel Knows

Maiden-in-tower tales and folk traditions can be found throughout history and cultures – and Rapunzel is probably one of the most known ones. Forbidden desires and locked doors; freedom versus captivity. If you are reading this during 2020, then you’d know...
The Importance of Fairytales for a Child’s Wellbeing

The Importance of Fairytales for a Child’s Wellbeing

sweet child of mine, i know you worry but look around twilight shadows have fallen tucking in the earth and the night is busy too as she wraps stars into the hair of the goddess moon who is preparing to dance in lushness with princes from distant lands so lay your...
Weaving Life: Spindle, Shuttle and Needle

Weaving Life: Spindle, Shuttle and Needle

“…and so I run fast over the wild lands of returning paths, destiny chasing my heels, I enter changing woman weaving house where the possibilities of all worlds are everywhere; weaving the integrity of emeralds, sacred lovers, tenderness in tents and the...
The Dandelion Girl: Love Transcends Time

The Dandelion Girl: Love Transcends Time

“The day before yesterday I saw a rabbit, and yesterday a deer, and today, you” The Dandelion Girl by Robert F. Young Love is a sense of being; it is everything. It weaves and spreads and weaves beneath the ground, pulling the souls of our feet, until one...
What Cinderella Knows

What Cinderella Knows

Magic only comes from within. In poetic style similar to ancient mysticism, fairy tales are just symbolic allegories built on the theme of the soul’s path towards self-discovery and unity. The well known tales of The Sleeping Beauty (which I discussed in my...