Unified Field Theory of Ozwas originally created to be the culminating document to verify candidacy for a Masters of Liberal Studies at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. And now, it exists as a 13-part podcast that may be listened to from beginning-to-end or end-to-beginning. I authored this experience from January 2016 to April 2016. I did not set out to write a book (or create a podcast-audio-recording!), but rather deliver a creative writing project that riffed off my graduate school studies in comparative spirituality, shamanism, mysticism and metaphysics with my favorite childhood books and a real-time observation of my own blossoming heart. The result is something much larger and more humbling. To try to wrap this project up in a package other that what it was is pretentious and egotistical. My background as a trained and degree'd chemist informed the title, and to be fair, it was my darling husband who came up with it. I couldn’t wrap my brain around the bizarre interconnectedness and pure magic of Authoring of this work – how my life began to weave in and out of the plots of the Oz books as well as the Vedanta community. I kept imagining Indra’s Net, an Indian metaphor for understanding interconnectedness through an infinitely reflecting jeweled net of consciousness, and my husband said, “Oh, kind of like a Unified Field Theory of Oz…” Yes, dear. Exactly. May it be so.
I Forgive You Donald J. Trump
I Forgive You Donald J Trump is a simple, interactive website to air grievances and to publicly forgive Donald J Trump (or anything he may represent). I have no idea why I woke up on Presidents' Day 2019 and from the depths of my heart wanted to forgive (forgive!) Donald J. Trump, the 45th president of the United States. But I did.
We all gotta move on from the present day shit show and transform the pain and hatred in our collective consciousness. For some utterly strange reason, this is the way I feel called to do it. You're welcome to join me if that feels right to you. Grievances will be (confidentially) read by me, prayed for and burned. May it be so.
Three Adepts is a repository website where the Three Adepts can exchange ideas and periodically blog about musings of all sorts. Aurah has a satisfying day job and uses the name Aurah to write with. Audah is a yoga teacher and life transitions / end-of-life doula working with people who are dying or undergoing serious medical treatment. Aujah is a designer and liked the name so much she called her artistic design business Aujah. Don't be shy - anyone can be an Adept of Magic. Where do you derive joy? Keep at it - that's your magic, dear one. It's with you literally all the time. May it be so.