Plant your intention this new moon cycle, and watch it grow and blossom as the moon waxes.
I’ve been working with the waxing and waning lunar cycles for nearly 20 years now; starting out with following the moon phases, and then weaving in the astrological signs and houses. Over that time my practice has changed and evolved and I’m feeling ready to pass on what I know in the hope it will be … Continue reading Are you in tune with the moon? Starting a Lunar Practice
I've made a PDF file that you can download with the prompts I use for my annual goal setting process. It feeds into the Word of the Year practice, so if you haven't done that yet, you might want to go here first. If you're ready to get started on your goals the file is … Continue reading Setting Goals (Dreams with Deadlines)
For the last few years now I have offered "Wheel of the Year" readings. I have decided not to do them this year (sorry) mainly because of time constraints. I am committed to quite a few projects at the moment and I am shifting from doing frequent tarot readings to focusing more on teaching tarot … Continue reading Wheel of the Year Card Spread
“Two bubbles found they had rainbows on their curves. They flickered out saying: "It was worth being a bubble, just to have held that rainbow thirty seconds.” ― Carl Sandburg I said I was going to wrote a post about the significance of rainbows. But somehow it just wasn't flowing, and there is already so … Continue reading The Rainbow – A Bridge between Magical and Mundane
"I didn't decide to become a witch. I remembered I was one."
Next month we have a blue moon in the sign of Leo AND a total lunar eclipse. Have you heard? You probably have. It's all over the Internet. But what does this mean? Here is a practical guide for real people making real magic.
Hi all, just a quick one to let you know I've started vlogging. It's something I've been thinking about for a while now (about a year!), and a couple of weeks ago I dived in and started posting videos. Just testing the water at the moment but aiming to do a video a week in … Continue reading I’ve Joined the Vlogosphere
A woman sits in a high-back chair carefully stitching a small patchwork quilt. Her hands cradle the fabric. It is not a usual or easy task for her but she perserveres. Each day adding a few patches more. As the quilt grows so does her belly. The baby inside is nearly ready to be born.
Judy's story is one we know well. The way to "make it" if you're female (and it suggests inevitably prey) is to be better - much better - than your male counterparts and then pay your dues to the system until you finally get some reward and recognition. It's exhausting and only the outliers will make it. Judy Hopps is an outlier. A female prey in a system which favour males. She makes it but the system remains unchanged.