Indigenize!

Rekindle Your Wild Joy and sense of deep Belonging through spiritual ecopsychology and the arts, incl. bioregional awareness, animistic perspectives, strategies for simple living, & low/no-tech DIY fun.

Arts October 24, 2009

Welcome!

Under various categories on this site, you can find such luscious artsy content as:

  • EVENT calendars of upcoming community dance &/or singing events you can participate in, plus performances & workshops (see up top)
  • images of my artwork, shamanic tools, and handmade objects
  • step-by-step how-to DIY repurposed projects
  • photography of gorgeous nature (& other subjects)
  • stories & poems
  • links to more creative folks
  • full texts of songs from many traditions, both spiritual and silly

More goodies continue to be added. Please keep checking back.

Thank you very much for visiting!

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One Response to “Arts”

  1. jgavinbergstrom Says:

    Please don’t take my photograph (ha ha). Thank you so much, although I was little overwhelmed the poetry class online through wordpress was telling in some ways. The Haiku attempt went well and I did manage to create two double acrostics. But, Tina a great deal of anger oozed out into the writings that made me uncomfortable. So I stopped writing and considered the circumstances, I’m still uncomfortable with it. I realize we don’t know one another and apologize again for adopting your site for my thought processes. I am grateful and happy to say I have been accepted at a local University, which given all else is remarkable. You will (maybe) be happy to know I have reinitiated my plan for 10 raised beds in my yard and a return to a Natural Path for myself. It may take me a while; in the end it will be worth it. One more bit of good news? I found a job on a Golf Course, not a natural path as far as growth. But, some really great people and needed income. I keep my fingers crossed and keep looking forward, that’s all I can do.

    Wichi tai to
    Gavin, who is truly grateful for life, if not all of it’s scars.
    jgavinbergstrom@outlook.com


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