When Ro and I talked about how we wanted to spend Christmas, we decided that we both wanted it to be a relaxing day at home with lots of eating and drinking. Today has been just that, laid-back with a bit of festivity – ‘A Charlie Brown Christmas’, a little gift opening, sweet snacks and hot buttered rum. Perfect. Continue reading “Christmas In Belize & Full Moon In Cancer”
This is Ro’s and my first Christmas in Belize.
The holiday is widely celebrated here, and for weeks I’ve been seeing homes and shops decorated with various Christmas-sy things, which has been amusing and a bit strange, mainly because it’s so hot and sunny and seeing this against the backdrop of palm trees is so different from what I’m used to. Like this tree that went up in the center of town last week: Continue reading “New & Old Traditions”
Last week I met with a group of young Belizean folks who are doing a museum project about spirituality in Belize. They wanted to talk with me and Jamaul about our backgrounds and the work that we do, and to get more acquainted with some spiritual concepts and traditions as they relate to Belizean culture and history. Continue reading “Weaving My Web: The Healing Kind”