Some days my intuition is right on track. On other days, it seems a bit wonky. It is on those days that I realize I am doubting myself – usually because I am tired or stressed. When this quote popped up, it seemed perfect. Here is my Quote of the Day – Intuition. May you
I strive to be truthful to myself, my core beliefs, and to those I interact with everyday. But truth can be an elusive thing. What is truth to one individual is fallacy to another. It is also said that “truth can set you free.” Which brings me to our Quote of the Day – Truth,
Being new to Central Oregon, I have been actively making contacts and cultivating new friendships. While I will always be close to my friends in California (love you bestie!) having friends makes life, for me, more enjoyable. Which is why I chose the words of Jim Morrison for the Quote of the Day -Friendship. May
The new moon for August will be here on Sunday and I find that I am quite excited. This is one of the first new moons since I have returned to being a solitary practitioner. While I will miss sharing this time with my coven (even if it was over the internet or through text
Here in California we have been “sheltering in place” since March 20th. It’s been nearly a month now that I have been at home with only a brief trip or two to the grocery store. This has been particularly tough on many of us. However, I find that I have also learned a lot being
The Moon- Tarot Card of the Day: Your spidey senses are tingling! The very air today seems charged with psychic energy. Intuitive skills and clairvoyant abilities are all heightened today. It is a good day to practice divination techniques. These energies will bring deeper and more productive meditation and allow for some fantastic guided journey
Once again Thanksgiving is upon us. Thanksgiving is less about Pilgrims and Indians and the myths surrounding them and more about love. Thanksgiving is about magick. What makes a magickal holiday? Let me share with you 10 Ways to Create a Magickal Thanksgiving.
As Samhain approaches and the veil thins we often become introspective. We muse on the things we have accomplished in the past year, and ponder what we wish to accomplish in the next. We think of the turning of the Wheel of the Year, the endless cycles of birth, death, and rebirth. Our minds contemplate
I am often asked about daily devotional practice by my students and community. While sometimes a controversial subject because of its Abrahamic religious undertones, I find it an important one.
By performing a daily devotional, we are giving thanks, reverence, and energy towards our chosen Deity or Power.
We may all romanticize about what we want our magickal lives to be. But mundane life often intervenes. In this article I share 10 Ways To Make Time For Magick