january 2018

some themes:
• support from / for the natural world
• new rhythms
• supine revelations
• lonely journeys


"Your soul knows the geography of your destiny. Your soul alone has a map of your
future, therefore you can trust this indirect, oblique side of your self. If you do, it will
take you where you need to go, but more importantly it will teach you a kindness of
rhythm in your journey. There are no general principles for this art of being. Yet the
signature of this unique journey is inscribed deeply in each soul. If you attend to your
self and seek to come into your own presence, you will find exactly the right rhythm for
your life. The senses are generous pathways which can bring you home."

— An excerpt of "Anam Cara" by the late poet and philosopher John O’Donohue (from Emily Johnston's Moon List)

Atsuko Tanaka, Round on Sand, 1968

Atsuko Tanaka, Round on Sand, 1968