Out with the old
If you’ve visited before, you may notice a few changes around the place. Been a long time coming. A new look has been fussing around the edges of consciousness for a while and the recent hiatus seemed like the ideal opportunity to do a bit of housekeeping.
Despite an attempt to explain things with a tongue-in-cheek post, some people are never satisfied and my most common correspondence continued to be the charge of appropriation. Such a charge never felt quite “fair”, given that it wasn’t a path I had set out looking to adopt in the first place!
As indicated, in the above-linked post, much of my spare time these days is spent unearthing roots of the possible expression of a more nature-based “way” within the long lost Celtic context. As such, my Zuni training remains an important touchstone, regarding methods and systems of working.
As my practice slowly becomes wrapped in plaid, the specifics of the Zuni practice have slowly become less important in my day to day workings; something which has come as a bit of a relief, to be honest, as the details don’t sit at all easily within the Scottish landscape.
I’ve taken the executive decision to remove most of the Zuni specific content. That is their story to tell.
Trying to come up with a new name for the blog has been excruciating. Who knew it could be so hard?
In with the new
So what’s new, then? Well. In all honesty. Not much! Most of the old posts remain “up”.
The “theme”, Stepping Stones, came after a particularly arduous journey. The coming together of two waters at “the point of crossing” seemed to offer a decent fit to much of the current direction.
I’ll be dropping new stones into the stream, in my usual haphazard manner, as the two waters become ever more commingled.
Thanks for being here!