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by Deena Metzger
Author: Deena Metzger
Publisher: Hand to Hand (August 21, 2002)
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On May 10, 2010, Deena Metzger read from Ruin and Beauty: New and Selected Poems .
Deena Metzger is a poet, novelist, essayist, storyteller, teacher, healer . I chose that date because I knew that I was entering the unknown and the unexpected and that my life would no longer be in my hands.
Deena Metzger is a poet, novelist, essayist, storyteller, teacher, healer and medicine woman who has taught an. .I am so very glad to welcome this new book of poetry, The Burden of Light, into the world. November 10 at 5:42 PM ·. Deena Metzger. I was giving myself over to the spirits. Accordingly, I went to the ancestors this morning whose.
Deena Metzger takes us on a journey from North America to Africa, from the stories of her life to the myths of Spirit. ISBN13:9780972071826.
To follow Story is to understand the path of healing. Each of our stories is a universe. Each one of us is living a story. To discover its shape and essence is essential to soul making. With writer/healer Michael Ortiz Hill, she has introduced the concept of Daré, meaning Council, to North America.
Deena Metzger was born in Brooklyn, New York in 1936 to Arnold and Bella Posy . As a child, Metzger aspired to write poetry and would often go on long walks along the beach in Sea Gate for inspiration. The Book Of Hags, produced by KPFK for Pacifica and issued by Black Box. Breaking The Silence: Jewish Feminists Tell Their Stories, produced by Naomi Newman of the Traveling Jewish Theatre.
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DEENA METZGER is a novelist, poet, essayist, storyteller, and healer. Her novels include The Other Hand, What Dinah Thought, and Doors: A Fiction for Jazz Horn. Her most recent books of poetry are Looking for the Faces of God and A Sabbath Among the Ruins. New and Selected Poems will be published in 2008.
Desna (Russian: Десна́; Ukrainian: Десна) is a river in Russia and Ukraine, a major left tributary of the Dnieper river. Its length is 1,130 km (702 mi), and its drainage basin covers 88,900 km2 (34,324 sq mi). In Ukraine, the river's width ranges from 60 to 250 metres (200 to 820 ft), with its average depth being 3 m (10 ft). The mean annual discharge at its mouth is 360 m3/s (13,000 cu ft/s)
Deena Metzger takes us on a journey from North America to Africa, from the stories of her life to the myths of Spirit. Travelling the Ghost River connects the world of humans to the world of souls, spirits and our ancestors. At the exact moment the World Trade Center towers were hit, Deena and others were at an ancient, sacred site in Masvingo, Africa being initiated as healers. Two stories intersected in that moment, one headed toward destruction, the other toward healing. At the intersection of these two worlds, Deena asks the question: how do we create a story with a real future in which all beings are sustained?
Deena brings her knowledge and experience of healing body and soul to the issues of healing community, both locally and globally. Following the threads of September 11th, she shows us how we can understand the larger story, and awaken to ourselves. This awakening and alleviation of suffering comes through the context of kinship, of community, of Story. Story is not of our own making; it is a gift from Spirit. Deena examines the very underpinnings of Western thought, healing, and religious practicesthe stories that have mapped our livesand shows us how the web of interconnection contains, with the joint perspectives of indigenous mind and contemporary vision, the possibility of healing.