What have you been up to all winter?, they asked me.
Oh, you know, not much – cracking the code of the gods; turning to face myself in a chaotic fog of mini epiphanies and tears and fears; falling in love; things like this.
Not blogging, that’s for sure…
Yesterday, I went for a spiritual therapy session. I have a psychic astrologer and she is awesome and amazing.
She gets me closer to the thin veil.
She blinks her eyelashes and sees another question, another challenging truth.
Seems I have some work to do…
I told her when I’m writing a lot my admin suffers
like, my website never gets updated, for instance.
She said I should ask for more help
I have been thinking this myself lately, I don’t need a psychic to tell me.
It takes work to ask for help
So I’m working on it.
For now, this is a mini blog post
to tell you I have been having quite a winter
and now it is spring!
I wrote a lot of words
I went into schools and city councils to speak
I practiced the drums a lot of times and I think I need to join a band soon so I can practice more.
I read a lot of books and sat in my office late at night, thinking
I’m working on a big project about faith and spirituality and life and purpose and it is all consumming
Really, I spend hours looking out the window and following whims around and I call this work
slow soul excavation
going down to the underworld to dig up the equations
though I can never solve them
I won’t be touring much for the next little while since I am busy moprhing
something is happening but I don’t know what
my poems are changing
so are the songs I want to be playing
I have new things to say but how will I say them… give me some time, I’ll figure it out.
In the meantime, I will ask for help
I will figure out how to update my website more frequently, more easily
I will get someone to take new pictures so I can show you all my new gray hairs
I will keep falling in love and I will take some of the many poems I’ve written about it and post them up to share.
Thank you for your continued support.
Please know I am brewing, stewing something.
This has been the kind of rich souful artistic winter that needs some solitude
growing not showing
though I am excited to bust out again soon
back on stages to play and say what I’ve been up to.