I realize that I have not sent out a newsletter for several months and I apologize to my readers but you see, I've been writing. Each book in the Legends of the Grail series is about 300 pages, and it takes a while to put it all together. Once my creative muse begins to visit, the best thing to do is just to keep my fingers
Someone recently asked me how to write a book, and I suggested that she throw away everything she had ever been taught, sit beneath a tree and simply start writing. That's how A Story of Becoming came to me. I was simply relaxing in the Chalice Well Gardens in Glastonbury, Somerset, England and the story insisted on being written. As a woman, I have learned to receive words, images and tales.
The stories in
Legends of the Grail arose out of the living landscape. You see, the world is alive. When we learn to listen with the ears of our hearts, and see from the single eye, then we get to slip between the veils. It is when the body-mind is busy doing something else, such as walking along a path, that the imaginal can visit. You see, there is a difference between setting goals, and simply allowing the creative intelligence to operate through us. When True Nature works through us, we
Legends of the Grail: Stories of Celtic Goddesses is a series of myths and legends shared with a twist. After the legend is told in the traditional way, the Goddess (generally demonized or misunderstood in some way) is given the chance to tell her tale in a way that frees her from centuries of confusion. We are then invited to find her essence within us. It might just be that as these Goddesses forgive themselves, that we too can let go
of stories that no longer serve us, and learn to play, sing and dance again instead.