Art of The Moon

“Bamboo shadows sweep the stairs, But no dust is stirred. Moonlight penetrates the depths of the pool, But no trace is left in the water.” –Nyogen Senzaki One of my favorite lunar tales from India is about Soma, the Moon God. He was married to King Daksha’s 27 daughters, each living within a small portion... Continue Reading →

Lunar Planting

Old timers say, “With the waxing of the moon, the earth exhales, with the waning of the moon, the earth inhales”. Moon cycles have been a mainstay of garden play for many thousands of years, from primal tribal villages to agricultural civilizations, and is it any wonder that this traverses continent and culture for Moon... Continue Reading →

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