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6 Ways to Work With Your Tarot Cards Besides Divination

April 15, 2021 10:46 pm Published by

Divination is a fantastic way to work with the tarot, but you’re selling yourself short with your trusted tarot deck if you’re only using it to glean insights on the future. At its core, and in my opinion, the tarot is a powerful self-reflective tool. It’s here to share insights and guidance about what’s going on with you right now, at this moment. Telling the future is one of the most common draws to tarot, but the tarot truly brings a host of other benefits. Read on for six ways to work with the tarot to grow and expand in... Continue Reading

Dreamwork 101 // What is Dreamwork and How to Get Started in 5 Steps

March 11, 2021 11:04 pm Published by

Dreamwork is the practice of tending to our relationship with our dreams. We’re dreaming every night, but many of us barely remember our dreams, or if we do, don’t spend much time thinking about them or working with them. (How often have you dismissed a dream as, “oh, it was just a dream?”) But dreams can have a lot to teach us and offer us when we enter into deeper relationship with them. The dreamworld is rich with feelings, desires, needs, and possibilities. Our understanding of what the dreamworld evokes and presents can support our physical lives and our connections... Continue Reading

Sinking into acceptance // 4 Rituals for the Waning Moon + Card Spread

November 12, 2020 6:37 pm Published by

The waning moon phase is nature’s way of calling you inward. How can you truly know what you need to release, shed, or let go of if you haven’t allowed yourself time to go inward and fully experience your emotions? This phase is your invitation to feel and allow. The waning moon phases occur after the peak of the full moon to the dark moon. Energetically this phase represents a time of allowance, acceptance, and shedding. Growing up, most of us are taught to bottle our feelings up rather than sinking into them and accepting what is. Acceptance doesn’t mean... Continue Reading

A Card Spread for Yule

December 16, 2019 9:29 pm Published by

The winter solstice, or Yule, is the shortest day and longest night of the year. Yule is a sabbat on the Wheel of the Year that marks midwinter and even though it’s the darkest time of the whole year, it represents rebirth. If you’re new to The Wheel of the Year, you can find more about it here. After Yule, each day begins to get a little more light and a little less dark. It’s a time to celebrate the return of the light.  Yule is associated with evergreen, holly, ivy, mistletoe, red, white, green, gold, and fire. Sounds a... Continue Reading

How to Get Started with Spiritual Activism

February 4, 2019 4:52 am Published by

If you’re reading this, you probably have a desire to make the world a better place. But you may feel like you’re not sure how to go about it in a way that aligns with your spiritual practice and values. Your spiritual practice and your activism aren’t separate, they’re one. They can be, and I think they should be— because the world needs you, as an activist, to show up as a spiritual being…and as a spiritual being, to show up as an activist. This means that not only are we meditating on healing the world, manifesting collective healing, and... Continue Reading