Dare to ask As many of you know spirituality or the experience of spirituality or your spiritual journey doesn't have to end when you become a mother. I am working on a book titled "spiritual mothering" so I would know. Spirituality changes, transforms.. when you become a mother. You gain a different perspective on your … Continue reading Dare To Ask
As a collective we are going through unprecedented times. Times that we have not yet seen before in our modern day society. Times where we are being forced (by law even) to slow down or even stop completely. For some people this causes a feeling of panic in their chest, for others relief, and for … Continue reading Being present in pandemic times.
Once upon a time I was an art student and I studied art for 4 years. Art is what pulled me through adolescence and it was my way of dealing with the world. I graduated with a high school diploma in visual arts and the logical next step was to further art studies, I decided … Continue reading why I said no to my dream job + surrendering to source and trusting the unknown
For those who are new to the wheel of the year and pagan holidays. Aka earth-holidays or basically days of specific meaning in the cycle of a year based on the seasons and specific astrological events. The days are usually based on the northern hemisphere so for those of you living below the equator, you … Continue reading How manifestation cycles link into the wheel of the year: Imbolc and the phase before the last phase of manifestation: materialization
Many pagan cultures use rituals and ceremony to manifest their desires. They have full moon rituals, rites of passage, solstice ceremonies and eclipse rituals.. Much like divination tools are helpful for enhancing psychic abilities, they are not necessary to have a direct line with spirit, but definitely helpful. The same goes for rituals and ceremonies. … Continue reading ceremony and ritual as manifestation tools