(A post originally written for the Good Men Project and my column there on the Sacred Masculine.) When you reach the end will you be able to say you had the courage to live your most authentic, soulful life? —– “Please write your obituary. Write it for the most authentic, soulful life that you wish youContinue Reading And He Danced. Wildly. Naked.
(A post originally written for elephant journal, later adapted and shared with the Good Men Project.) Somewhere in your soul, there’s a wild man of the wood waiting to be discovered. —– After days of cold, grey rain, I needed to get out and walk. Opening the gate in the tall deer fence, I stepped throughContinue Reading Meet the Green Man: Archetype for A Wild Soul
(A post originally written for the Good Men Project in 2015, for my featured column on the Sacred Masculine.) Can we really answer the question, “What does it mean to be a man?” without taking into account the soul? —— A few years ago, when I was residing in the UK, a friend who thoughtContinue Reading Authentic Manhood: Rites of Passage and Soul
(This is one of several pieces written in 2015 for the Good Men Project, when I created a column there on the Sacred Masculine.) Who are the keepers of the Sacred Masculine? The men connected to the soul of the world. —— Years ago, I was at a workshop in Colorado, sitting in a circleContinue Reading Embodying the Sacred Masculine