Posts Tagged ‘athabasca river’

Dreaming those Dreams of the Earth

Posted December 20th, 2013 in Blog, Featured, Zine Comments Off on Dreaming those Dreams of the Earth

We need a new Dream of the Earth. What humans are projecting onto the planet is a deep spiritual disconnect, a profound alienation, and assertion of power and aggressiveness that has made our human dream a nightmare. This manifests a loss of soul. We need a new Dream, a new story, one that can reshape our relationships within Gaia so that together we can heal from so much destruction. We invite you to dream with us in 2014!

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From beauty to horror and back again: the Athabasca River Pilgrimage

Posted October 10th, 2013 in Featured, Zine Comments Off on From beauty to horror and back again: the Athabasca River Pilgrimage

The story of the Athabasca River Pilgrimage, a photo essay with video. This is my meditation on our journey from Canada’s Rocky Mountains to the tar sands and back again. Hard to believe what we are doing to this beautiful Earth. Hard to believe. Just so hard to believe.

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Oil and Ecological Hope

Posted October 3rd, 2013 in Blog, Featured 2 Comments

They don’t really go together, do they? One cancels out the other. That’s what we’ve come to. That’s the moment in which we humans are living now. We have to decide which direction we’re going in.

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Home from Alberta – changed

Posted September 20th, 2013 in Blog, Featured 1 Comment

Friends, “changed” barely begins to describe the inner journey that went in tandem with the outer – the pilgrimage along the Athabasca River from its origins in the Columbia Icefields inside Jasper National Park to the tar sands industrial site in the region of Ft. McMurray and Ft. McKay. Read on…

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