Sacred Masculine Blog

Loving the Tree Beings

She is my favourite tree that I pass on my walk with the land and sky on most days. I love the way she arches over the path and creates such a natural doorway. She always waits for me on the West side of the Malvern Hills. We spend a few quiet moments together and she always gets a kiss or two. Her cool smooth bark feels beautiful against my lips. In the spring her buds burst and she is adorned in [...]

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The All-One Tree

Can you see the tree that stands all alone on the hill? How complete she seems unto herself as you hurry by. But slow down, pause a while and look again. See how her sure branches reach and merge with the light infinity of sky. See how she makes love with the gentle breeze; caressed and fondled she whispers her delight in the shimmering of her delicate leaves. See how the sun warms her and the frost adorns her; different lovers who come to [...]

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Divine Feminine Moon

So here we are again you and I fair lady of the night. Again you have slipped into my bed naked save for your silvery splendour. What is it you want from me? Why is it that you cast your full glance upon me And insist I do not sleep but instead that I lay awake with you? What kind of Lover are you That you come and go from my bed as if it were yours? Speak clearly now for you have my full attention. My [...]

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Judge Not

Homeless Beggars? (Judge Not) Do you ever wonder how I came to be down here; I have a good tale to tell if you have time to hear. My story’s much the same as yours, of that I am sure But at the same time it’s different, maybe not quite so pure. You see when we’re cut we all bleed, All suffer when victims of greed. I too hide secrets of stories untold And I shiver when the nights turn cold. Believe it or not we were innocent [...]

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The Emotional Weather

I love walking on my hills whatever the weather. I love watching the turning of the seasons. Seeing the landscape change, as it is beginning to now, from vibrant greens to various shades of orange and brown.  As the leaves come to the end of their short life and the trees let them go, they can fall to the ground and nourish saplings of the future. And I welcome the different weather conditions that the seasons bring. The photo was [...]

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Young People are the Future

Today I spoke to the secondary pupils at Maple Hayes Hall Dyslexia School. The title of my talk was: ‘It’s not what happens but how we choose to respond that counts.’ I wanted them to know that despite (and perhaps because) of their challenges with reading and writing etc they can still lead happy, loved and successful lives. Thank you Jackie Tweedie for your repeated requests to the head teacher to get me in to talk. It’s hard to say [...]

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