Sometimes, practicing your craft and your faith will require hiding in plain sight. This can be for several reasons, but the most common is safety and professionalism. Now, I’m not talking about kids hiding things from their parents or guardians. That’s a different topic and one I will touch on
Do you take accountability for your actions and inaction? Join me for this episode where I give a little story about how this idea came to life and why taking accountability and having responsibility is good for your faith and spiritual growth.
” A look into the underlying principles behind modern magic in Witchcraft, this investigation provides an integrated training system for both solitary Witches and coven-based trainees in the form of magical energy practice and cosmology. By fully explaining the values of Witchcraft, this work makes numerous Wiccan practices approachable, including
What is this “self-care” technique that everyone is talking about? And how does it impact your emotional, and spiritual, well-being?
Self love and self confidence is a long and often hard road full of shadow work, fear, and stress. The unknown is a scary thing, and in today’s world we are bombarded with words and imagery that make us question our self love. We are taught to hate ourselves, because
Persephone – The Poems of Sappho I saw a tender maiden plucking flowersOnce, long ago, in the bright morning hours;And then from heaven I saw a sudden cloudFall swift and dark, and heard her cry aloud. Again I looked, but from my open doorMy anxious eyes espied the maid no more;The
The Wheel of the Year is the calendar of Wiccan Sabbats, or holidays. Come join me for this super long episode! What’s included? – A brief description of each Sabbat: Samhain, Yule, Imbolc, Ostara, Beltane, Litha, Lughnasadh, and Mabon – History, correspondences, and ways to celebrate for each Sabbat Links
February 2 (Northern Hemisphere) August 2 (Southern Hemisphere) The word Imbolc is thought to have come from the Old Irish word oimelc, which means “ewe’s milk”. It is also said that the word itself, Imbolc, literally translates to “in the belly”. This is a fitting name for this Sabbat as