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WORK with Me + GIFTS

"Storytellers are characters that drink at the creek of eternity, then communicate such refreshment

within the rudiments of time, so others feel the benefit. Their tongue becomes the runway

between the timeless and the time bound."   ~ Martin Shaw










Story Circle


“In this [story-telling] tradition a story is ‘holy,’ and it is used as medicine. The story is not told to lift you up, to make you feel better, or to entertain you, although all those things can be true. The story is meant to take the spirit into a descent to find something that is lost or missing

and to bring it back to consciousness again” 


 Clarissa Pinkola Estes  


 "It’s my belief that we badly need to find our way back... our mythic ground again. We need to re-enchant ourselves – to fall in love again with the world, to find a genuine sense of deeply embodied belonging to this beautiful, animate Earth. To remember, as Carl Jung also said, that humans have always been myth-makers. And to take back that myth-making power from the failing forces that govern us, and find the stories we really want to live by" 

Sharon Blackie



“How well do you know the people who raised you? Look around your dining room table. Look around at your loved ones, especially the elders. The grandparents and the aunts and uncles who used to give you shiny new quarters and unvarnished advice. How much do you really know about their lives. Perhaps you've heard that they served in a war, or lived for a time in a log cabin, or arrived in this country speaking little or no English. Maybe they survived the Holocaust or the Dust Bowl. How were they shaped by the Depression or the Cold War, or the stutter-step march towards integration in their own community? What were they like before they married or took on mortgages and assumed all the worries that attend the feeding, clothing, and education of their children? If you don't already know the answers, the people who raised you will most likely remain a mystery,

unless you take the bold step and say:

Tell me more about yourself.” 


Michele Norris




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