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John will be Back: Part Two Roscommon

This is a three-part series about the epic ancestral music that runs through our bones. When I knew we were going to be in Ireland this summer I started searching for ways to connect to Irish music. JT Beggs, a friend I met in California,…
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John will be Back: Part One Amnesia

This is a three-part series about the epic ancestral music that runs through our bones. I'm back after a work hiatus. Thank goodness for friends. If it weren't for Tim Corcoran, a longtime friend who gets me and the significance of my journey…
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John will be Back...Part Three The Accordion

This is a three-part series about the epic ancestral music that runs through our bones. The next morning it was music lessons time. At the start of these things, you have to pick what instrument you are going to play. Being familiar with…

Interconnected themes

I began my integration upon returning home by storytelling in a stream of consciousness style. It was the only way for me to begin digesting the interconnectedness of this synchronistic quest. The linking of events, knowledge, quotes, people…
teens and screens
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How to Effectively Parent children in an age of Technology Addiction

FREE WEBINAR There is an alarming amount of evidence pointing at what we already know is true, that children are spending too much time on screens indoors and missing out on healthy developmental outdoor play and adventure. But what to do…

Sacred Questions and Helpers on the Journey

I'm a high-context guy. I value the orientation and meaning I receive from knowing the context I'm in. In terms of my trip to Ireland it shows up in the form of these kinds of questions: What life stage am I in and what is the developmental…

They live off nothin

We were impressed by the beauty growing out of the stone, and she stopped and said " beautiful aren't they? And they live off of nothin. And if you try to plant them they won't grow. You just have to let them come"

Fiddle

This is a picture of an old old fiddle that hasn't been opened in 21 years, since the elder died. They decided to open it the night we were there.