WILD CARD

Wild Card In2it! Card 1B

“I’m sorry, if you were right,

I’d agree with you.”

-Robin Williams

WILD CARD

Every deck has a wild card, a joker.

Every court has a jester.

Every circus has a clown.

My favorite Goddess is BAUBO.

Her eyes are her nipples and her mouth

is her vulva. She is who brings Demeter, Mother Goddess,

back to life through laughter.

Just when you’re taking life too seriously,

you draw the wild card.

Jokers see life in cartoon characters.

Remember taking someone too seriously?

Remember feeling way too heavy and

constricted by your narrow mind?

A Joker would see a big butt-

instead of a serious person.

The Joker doesn’t see a head on this character,

just big butt.

The butt is huge because their head is up their butt.

No one can understand the noises they’re making

because the noise is farts.

Their comments and opinions can’t hurt anyone

because they’re just farting.

No one can judge them any more

because everyone farts now and then.

If the Wild Card popped up for you–

Come take a walk on the wild side of life.

Your untamed, natural, instinctual side

desires your company.

Where does your wild hide?

Climb a tree.

Stroll through a native plant nursery.

Walk in a strange alley.

Or maybe it’s just taking private time for yourself.

Read a comic book or

free-style doodle instead of e-mail.

Remember how to Day Dream.

Let your mind go astray.

Take the long way home.

Your Wild Side

SCRATCHED GRAFITTI

ON YOUR BATHROOM WALL:

“Love teaches even asses to dance.”

-unknown-

“You will find AWEsomeness in your wildest thoughts;

Your wildest dreams.

You are never alone.

You are always ALL ONE.

Your wild side is here to remind you to

skip, hop, jump into your imagination.

Your intuition NEEDS your wild side.

Published by

Carola Marashi M.A.

Right now is an exciting time to be alive. We live in a state of paradox. We have the abundance of technology at our fingertips. Despite our ability to connect to the world of people, places and information, depression, PTSD, and addiction plague humanity. As western medicine fails to serve human resilience and wholeness, natural plant medicine demonstrates shocking success in alcoholism, autism, and ‘treatment resistant depression’. Integration is how we find center in the midst of chaos. As adults we know change is our only constant. Integration therapy is the process of honoring our innocence, standing in our integrity, responding over reacting, and knowing our presence is our greatest gift to humanity. We become stronger from conflict when we face our fears, wrestle our monsters, and own our potential. “It’s not what happens to you, it what you do with your life experiences that make you who you are.” Psychedelic medicine is proven to be 80% effective in treating human suffering. It’s possible that distress is the fragmentation of our soul and healing is weaving our wisdom, accepting our humanness and integrating our mind, body, and spark of life. Transpersonal Psychology bridges the gap of science and spirituality; honoring that we are spirits having our human experience. As a Transpersonal Therapist, I help you melt fear and resistance for rapid evolution. As an Ordained Minister, I understand that being human is a spiritual practice. As a published author, I advocate speaking your truth. Despite a chaotic childhood I was blessed to encounter psychedelics in my youth. In the absence of belonging to family, home and consistency, I found an abundance of synchronicity and Spirituality. My knowledge of science with a Bachelor’s Degree in Clinical Nutrition provides structure and a solid foundation. My Master’s Degree in Transpersonal Psychology offers tools of integration to live through PTSD, depression and addictions. I am the author of Sensual Eating and In2it! Trust Your Intuition Deck and Guide, and am the co-founder of Body Choir Community Ecstatic Dance (1994) in Austin, Houston, Sante Fe and Ashland training facilitators around the globe.

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