Inspiration

Protected: About The Camino

Posted on Aug 19, 2014

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Setting Goals

Posted on Apr 28, 2012

It has been three months since I moved to San Francisco from New York City. The journey began more than a year ago with a dream that spoke of Northern California. Events that precipitated during the year created an opportunity for me to quit a decent job last October and create a new chapter in my life. I said goodbye to dear friends. I let go of a handful of others. The end of 2011 for me was an end to fighting for an old story that had ended a long time ago. It became time to write a new story, one with the pen, pencil and paper that truly belonged to me. People have told me for years that I have “a west coast vibe.” In some ways I do. I’ve taken to...

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For International Women’s Day

Posted on Mar 8, 2012

I have a mother, an aunt, a few ex-girlfriends…all have “shown me a thing or two.” Perhaps not in the bawdy Annie Get Your Gun sense literally, but definitely in the energetic sense. What I mean is that I have been inspired. I’m attracted and repelled, sometimes one right after the other. Authentic feminine power baffles me and I want to know more. I will never get to know what it really is, I’m not a woman. Nor should I act as I though I have the right to know. Dionysus was initiated into the feminine mysteries but he was a demigod and he was mad as in crazy. I am not that extreme. Here is a little something from my journals a few years...

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Wooing the unconscious

Posted on Feb 20, 2012

When seeking to engage the unconscious for help, such as with creative endeavors, it is helpful to do something to make it feel special. I treat my new ideas with a beautiful board I made myself. Now my unconscious knows I am taking it seriously and will honor its contribution to my process. We’re equal partners. By: Rick Borutta   Share Tweet

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Inspiration

Posted on Jan 27, 2012

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