The moon – the feminine – eclipsed the sun – the masculine. That is what is wanted and needed right now in this world!

Our patriarchal economies, governments, religions, and educational systems thwart unique talent, discourage passion, stunt authentic growth and create spiritual desolation.

The masculine dominated schools, corporate board rooms, government bodies and religious hierarchies have created cultures of consumerism – rat races – that are completely against human nature.

All human beings have a call – longing to know their soul, have an experience of belonging and feel a deep sense of purpose here on earth.

What’s missing is the contribution of the other half of humanity – the feminine and her attributes of nurturing, intuition, partnering, empathy, cooperation, receptivity, tenderness.

Maybe the dazzling magic of the moon turning the lights out is a message for us to balance the masculine and the feminine energies on our planet.




I met my most influential teacher when I was 67 years old and it has radically changed me very late in life. Yes I did the deep spiritual and emotional work these past four years but she was the mid-wife.

When you meet your teacher insist, persist in having a deep relationship with him or her because that person is a gift from the universe to teach you how to awaken your soul, connect with your purpose and share the truth of your heart in this last chapter.

Last night I had a most extraordinary experience! I returned home from my early evening yoga class feeling very open. I found myself going into my bedroom, getting my stuffed animal (yes I have one1) named “Horsey” and bringing him back out to the LR couch. I draped his front legs around my neck and began talking to him. “I love having you to talk to and kiss and hug! You are my ‘Little Man’ “. And then it hit me full blast! My aborted fetus was a boy and his spirit resides in this stuffed animal for me to relate to!!!! Back in 1970 his soul was merging into the tiny body in my belly. Because today my heart and soul are fully open and awake I am receptive to connecting with his. Our relationship was incomplete when I had his embryo terminated.

Never in a million years would I have expected to have any link or contact with my aborted child from 47 years ago!

Next month I’m attending my teacher’s new workshop “Death as Wisdom Keeper” where we will get in touch with the importance of our ancestors. I emailed her the above event and asked “Am I the ancestor of my unborn child? Am I dying forward so-to-speak?” She replied “In truth, he has always been your ancestor and now you are becoming his.”




“No one is born hating another person because of the color of their skin or their background or religion. People learn to hate and they can learn [be taught ] to love. Love comes more naturally to the human heart than the opposite.”   Nelson Mandela from Obama tweet after Charlottes burg death of Heather by white supremacist car ramming.

Does an excitement arise in one’s body when they are taught to hate others? Does it make them feel really alive to have an energy that’s bursting to get out of their body in voice and gesture? Does hating another person(s) give one a passion and purpose in life?

My theory (and experience!) is that our North American culture produces a substantive number of deadened people that have empty relationships and no raison d’être. Most are just going through the motions, taking the minimum actions to just survive here.

I have a history of being physically violent as a child to my sister, and as a teen to my mother and our family dog. My predominate feeling as a young person was one of powerlessness, and resignation. My mother was an alcoholic, and school required me to sit down, shut up, memorize and regurgitate.  My body’s memory recalls that when I yelled and struck something soft with life in it my thrill of feeling potent. It was a “turn on” of sorts.

Perhaps that’s what it feels like to be a white racist yelling at a demonstration or inflicting damage on a crowd of people you’ve been taught to hate.





I think that the opiate addiction and overdose epidemic in the USA is because we are a spiritually befreft nation! This is a spiritual crisis in human beings in America. We/they are not just a bunch of addictive personalities…

In my experience of being on an opiate it is like the best orgasm that you ever had and you want it again and again and to last longer and longer. It is feeling true oneness, ecstacy, euphoria and true joining, merging of your soul with another.

Our No. American political, social, financial, medical culture has systematically imbued values, requirements and expectations that rob us of the sacred journey of what it is to be a blessed human on this beloved planet.

At 71 years old I/you fellow women baby boomers are called. This is a time for you/us to be in stillness, turn into our emotions, and find the patience to take the journey to our soul. It will be hard work (as I can attest to) but it will bring you the experience of bliss in real time with out ever taking an opiate pill.

In this “game of life” each (especially elder) women and men, it is our natural destiny to make a journey into stillness, turn into our emotions, examine our destructive patterns and listen to the wisdom of our ancients contained in our bodies. With your willingness to reside there you will inevitably discover your beloved destiny.

Ancient culture teaches us that there is an alchemy necessary for what creates our bodies to experience ecstasy, euphoria and bliss, naturally. It is only brought about by truth, safety and love expressed with another.

So what is there for you to do? First open your heart now, today. Speak first, the truth to yourself, then express it to another person who you cherish. Acknowledge your regrets and failures and then ask for what you desire. Make all of your actions (when it safe) to be intimate. Reside in the space of not knowing. You may stay there a loooooing time. Trust the process.

That is the journey you have left to do in this last chapter of your life.

I love you and wish that for you.     Frolic Taylor


Last Chapter of Your Life

Title : The Last Chapter of Your Life

Hi there! Are you, sweet women, clear that this is the last chapter of your life?

I was diagnosed with Stage II breast cancer last summer and had a lumpectomy Nov 29, 2016. I’ve chosen not to have chemo or radiation but am taking hormone blockers. My heart was broken by the news of my disease.

Since then I have read Stephen Jenkinson’s book Die Wise and gone through deep feelings of anger, fear, resentment, regret and grief. Knowing that I’m “somewhere towards the end” has changed my relationship with everything. It’s made me review my life, love what is not easy to love and want to share my story with you. From experience I can say that no matter what your circumstances, you can find freedom and fulfillment in the last chapter of your life.

Stephen reminds me that “it is a gift to wake up every day.” Having my mortality stare me in the face has induced a desire in me to find meaningfulness, a purpose for this last chapter of my life. Since this is it I’m compelled to be authentic in my writing, speaking and action.

Being an Older Female


What is going on ladies???

Let me try to explain using a Sufi man (yes much to my amazement!) named Llewellyn Vaughn-Lee in his book The Return to the Feminine and the World Soul.

In short the problem is we’re living in a patriarchy culture and have been for centuries and what’s missing is our contribution, the other half – the feminine!

We, you, me and every woman “carries the wisdom [of the divine feminine] with in her. She feels the pulse of life as intimately as she feels her own blood pulsing thru her veins. Her ‘knowing’ lives in her body [and is] inaccessible to men. In the cells of her body she carries the light of oneness, a light that is not present in men’s bodies.”

So why boomer women do we still have doubt, or suffering or abuse? Because for centuries we’ve been living under a Patriarchy culture. Because most men have an innate FEAR of the feminine and of anything that they cannot control or understand. We, women (whether or not  ever having had children) know the secret of life. A long time ago this was a threat to male desire for dominance, for power.

The masculine has a drive for mastery. It has given us the gifts of language, science, philosophy. Masculine consciousness is focused, thinks linearly, is analytic and goal oriented, problem solving.

But feminine consciousness is relational – we sense different patterns and how they work together for sustenance, oneness and we have been gifted with a natural sensitivity to the planet earth as our Mother and a nurturer.

Don’t you get the sense that our contribution is needed at this time?


Welcome Women Baby Boomers!

This is an Advice/How-To blog by a 71 year old woman baby boomer who has spent the last 3 years of her life on an emotional and physical rollercoaster. I write unflinchingly about aging, vulnerability, homelessness, familial reconciliation, rape, cancer, telepathy, shapeshifting, and tranquility. In the last chapter of my life I’ve  transformed into a loving, sexual, creative, spiritual, playful woman. My stories are your stories.