“Turn! Turn! Turn!” A few years ago, I got a very strange invitation. I say strange because a message arrived via my website inviting me to a college campus as a Dream Reader at a Halloween party. Smiling, I agreed. And when Halloween arrived, I presented myself at the door of a College gymnasium filled […]
Author Archives: Pearl Gregor
Recently I was interviewed by Sam Kerouac on Wellness Wisdom to talk about Dreams Along The Way. In this interview I share some personal stories and some practical tips and techniques on how to get the most from your dream experience. If you want to learn more about my with dreams finding a deeper more […]
In today’s episode, we meet Pearl Gregor and learn a little more about how to tap into the wisdom of our dreams to better understand who we are. Pearl tells us the first place to start is to simply ask for dreams and the guidance to understand them.
Recently Pearl was a guest on the Winning with Wellness podcast with Jenny Ryce! Check out the full episode on iTunes, Spotify, and more!
The Frog and the Pieta That afternoon, Silvia, the sculptress, will teach us how to carve stone. I hesitate. Then pick a stone. “You really don’t want that stone, do you?” “No, not really.” “Then which one is speaking to you?” I point, “That one. That’s the one actually calling or rather shouting to me […]
Alabaster Stones April 25, 2017. I open my long unused art journal, determined to create a daily mandala in my ongoing attempts to heal erythromelalgia A week later, my art journal and I had our first appointment with Jean Tait, an art therapist whose canvas, Guardian in Red, had caught my eye earlier that spring […]
Winter, 2017 I now consider if the dream points to the old inner religious wars among my selves. The feminine dancing, singing, levitating woman leaves the patriarchal cathedral hall. In my imagination, I see Sally Field, starring in The Flying Nun. Levitation not only goes against gravity, it is gravely sinful and unseemly by a […]
Journal November 1991 The experts say two things: grieve and mourn lost childhood and avoid addiction to pain. How does one tell the difference? Do I have any more answers or just more questions? I write and pray incessantly. My journal comes with me no matter where I go. I travel for Alberta Education and […]
I consider this a very exciting podcast. Over the past few weeks, I have teamed up with Marisa Goudy, author of The Sovereignty Knot: A Woman’s Way to Freedom, Power, Love and Magic. Together we crafted this oral storytelling with the Goddess Inanna in celebration of the emerging Divine Feminine. Inanna, Goddess of the Upperworld, […]
Curanderismo The Healing Art of Mexico “We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly affects all indirectly.’ We are tied to Ethiopia. We are tied to Ukraine, We are tied to Yemen.’ __Bernice King May everyone’s heartfelt prayers bring comfort and swift help […]