Tag Archives: land-human partnership

The call to Earth work

Earth work is a calling. It’s not something you decide to do in advance of beginning to carry out the work. You don’t decide to train for it either, though you may in fact be training (apprenticing) for it unawares. … Continue reading

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The lives of stones (updated)

Stones are as animate as any other lifeform. They vibrate at a qualitatively different frequency than much of what many people think of as animate and, under natural circumstances, may be far more long-lived. I’ve learned about stones living on … Continue reading

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The land calls…

In spring 2006, I formalized the energywork I’d been doing since mid-2001 into a practice called The Land Work (TLW) and started offering it as a service to the public. I conduct the work — energetic assessment and clearing of homes, … Continue reading

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At the Lo’i

At Waipi’o While we pulled taro and Toted it by the lau to The ‘auwai where we Stripped roots, shucked mud, Severed corms for today’s cookpot from Huli for next year’s While we cradled huli like newborn babes and — … Continue reading

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