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  • Writtenonbody

    The Muse Calls at Midnight

    Red Sky at Night, Writer’s Delight… Often I am wakened from deepest sleep by a figure sitting beside me on my bed. Watching. Waiting. Every time I do not expect it and wake with a scream.Tonight the figure did not disappear when I opened my […]

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  • Osotr Launch 2

    Win a signed copy of The Other Side of the River

    It’s been oh so quiet around here as we’ve been beavering away on next Friday’s official launch of our new Womancraft Publishing book, The Other Side of the River: stories of women, water and the world by Eila Kundrie Carrico. I have high hopes for […]

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    Preserving Our Heartlands

    Our inner landscapes mirror the outer landscapes in which we live. Eila Kundrie Carrico, The Other Side of the River I belong to this land. This I know as truth, each time I walk this stretch of sand between the land and the sea, is […]

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    A Pebble for Your Pocket

    What is it with stones? Perhaps you share my strange habit… of picking up pebbles and popping them in your pocket as you walk along a beach or beside a river. Every time I’m feeling overwhelmed, angry, in need of inspiration… I go down to […]

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  • LucyMoonTime

    Moon Time is re-born

      The second edition of my book, Moon Time, has LANDED! *STOP PRESS* THE NEW EDITION HAS HIT #1 on Amazon in its genre ALREADY!!! Moon Time shares a fully-embodied understanding of the menstrual cycle whether you’re struggling with PMS, coming off hormonal birth control, […]

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  • Spectrum2

    Spectrum 2015 – Creativity and Healing

    I want to tell you about an amazing online gathering (workshop) of artists, healers and visionaries which I am SO excited to be part of… it’s been SO hard for me to keep it under wraps till now. On May 1, we will begin a […]

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    Learning to Fly

    The butterflies were born today. They had been in their chrysalises so long we were starting to think they were dead. Have you ever watched a butterfly be born? We did, over breakfast. After this mammoth transformation, they emerge, leaving their old skins behind – […]

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    Dream Gathering 2014

    Where does any funky Irish-based, festival-loving dreamer hang out? At the Dream Gathering of course. Held on the weekend of the Super Moon. Despite having flu I was NOT going to miss Dream Gathering 2014, which I had booked early bird tickets for the whole […]

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  • Bluebell

    A Walk in the Blue

    We headed out on an adventure yesterday, down to West Cork… bluebell woods are a spring family tradition… I remember walking the bluebell woods with MY granny. Now my girls get to do the same. This ancient woodland is right next to the sea with […]

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  • The Great Clearing

    I walk the beach, the sky is blue, the air clear and still, fresh frozen February chill, the mist lying in the hollows of the valley, the skylarks singing as they begin their mating season: picturesque… But here too are signs, everywhere, of what has […]

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