Author Archives: Alethea Kehas
For Sue Vincent’s #writephoto prompt, “Tower.” She thought the climb would be worse than the descent. Instead, the air buoyed her above the bracken, and her bare feet hardly touched the broken stone. The hem of her green skirt swept … Continue reading
Sue Vincent’s post speaks to our collective humanity and the choices that seem so vitally necessary right now… ““Culloden,” he said, the whispered word an evocation of tragedy.” Outlander: Voyager, Diana Gabaldon We had turned off the main road to … Continue reading
I have received several questions from readers of my memoir, A Girl Named Truth, so I thought I would start a Q & A series on my blog. Many of the questions share the same themes, and also, I feel, point … Continue reading
Upcoming workshops for the Silent Eye School of Consciousness. I promise you they are wonderful: Source: Wish you were here?
My lower back gave out on Monday morning, after a weekend of yoga teacher training. Ironically, we covered the root chakra during one of the classes. Tragically, the night before my back gave out, more than fifty people were shot … Continue reading
This morning, while taking a much needed detox bath, I found myself watching the bubbles at my feet crack into air like cells releasing fear. How this brought my mind to Keats, I cannot honestly tell you, but that is … Continue reading