It’s time to report on a Whacky Mask Ceremony I did from April 1st to May 6th. Every day, for 36 days in a row, I performed Sergio Magaña’s ritual … Continue reading Unveiling the Masks: Recapitulation Ritual
Today is a special day for me, as I celebrate that two years ago I didn’t die. They often say that we have many ‘exit windows’ in which we have … Continue reading Celebrating Life
On March 1st, 2021, I went on a walk in the local forest, to ask for support and guidance as Clover Trail’s first public activities were about to be launched … Continue reading The Staff of New Beginnings
In the Northern Hemisphere, we experience the darkest time of the year today. It is midwinter! I woke up with a sense of wonder and magic today. I love the … Continue reading Tending the Garden in the Darkness
The ‘Celtic Wheel of the Year’ has been a strong part of my life for many years. This blog post reflects on the ceremony I performed on Samhain, October 31, … Continue reading Descansos Ceremony: Burning 70 Crosses on Samhain
The Autumn Equinox, or Mabon, is a time of balance, when the days and nights are equally long. A time in which the harvest has been gathered and we can … Continue reading Autumn Equinox with the Ancestors
I love making collages, usually exploring a specific topic that knocks at my door. This can for example be something I want to learn more about, something I’m struggling with, … Continue reading Collage as Research?
In the studio, the imaginary sound of wings flapping on the water transported me to a lake.* My face glowed with the warmth of the sun, although there was not a ray … Continue reading Dancing the Lake
Imagine you’ve just stumbled across a clearing in the woods where you may encounter the unexpected… A clearing, where you can meander through droplets and seeds of inspiration and reflection… A clearing where you can … Continue reading The Clearing
Since 2012 I searched for a name for my work. This has not been an easy task, and close friends have patiently let me rant about the pros and cons … Continue reading Clover Trail: What’s in a name?