Tag Archives: ancient Mother

The Myth of Inanna

Without even one small clue about what was happening in my inner world, in fact, not even knowing what “inner world” might mean, I asked for a dream. I was desperate. Mad with the black, bleakness of clinical depression. A Box of Books, and a dream I mostly surely did not have a remote glimmer […]

Books and Dreams: Upcoming Events

ALBERTA APRIL EVENTS Community Wellness Expo Saturday, April 6, from 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. at the Rimbey Community Center, Rimbey, Alberta. I will be there with Dreams Along the Way, I, the Woman, Planted the Tree: A Journey through Dreams to the Divine Feminine. Come in. Buy my book(s) and chat about the amazing […]

The Bridge, August 1, 1989

“The dream that calls to us is also a bridge between worlds; uniting the inner realm with the outer world can’t be easy or more would do it … the bridge represents a turn to the inner life and a willingness to face the depths.” ~Michael Meade, Fate and Destiny; The Two Agreements of the […]

The Broken Church May 12, 1989

Addendum It is now June 2019. Authoring Self: A Journey through Dreams to the Feminine was published May 24, 2019. In Authoring Self, Sister Sylvia from the Dream Intensive in Maryknoll Centre, New York, says, “Pearl, you will have to deal with your issues of Church.” It will take many hours of meditation, writing and […]

Dreams and books, Circle of Stones: Woman’s Search for Herself

A stone may symbolize your everlasting Self. Jung distinguished self from Self. In my understanding of Jung’s writing, the lower case “self” indicates the finite sense of self within each person. The “I”. This little “self” will form a relationship with the transcendent, the infinite, the Divine Self. On this site, the usage of self […]