Want to bring a little more astrology into your life (even if you're a total beginner)? Tabby has some helpful tips!
Many Moons Workbook author Sarah Gottesdiener shares perspectives, ideas and ritual ideas for the January full moon in Cancer.
Looking back at my own personal 2016, and forwards to a more connected 2017.
A resolution for vulnerability, which is necessarily a shared experience. Join me?
"I created the Dark Days Tarot deck as a devotional exercise to the moon, my favorite femme." Tarot artist Wren McMurdo on her relationship to lunar cycles.
Astrologer Mystic Medusa provides prominent highlights and key themes for the upcoming year.
A framework for a ritual I created for saying goodbye to special friends, that you can adapt for your own ceremonies.
"Regardless of one's gender or sexual identity, The Moon brings big things to the surface, things we often only let bubble up when we're alone."
"Being Jewish and identifying as Jewish are both really important to me. As are being feminist and queer. Being a priestess is completely intertwined with those identities. Magic exists. It just does. That's where the priestess part comes in."
Chart interpretation is a really exciting part of astrology, it can bring us closer to people, show us our strengths, teach us what parts of ourselves we need to grow and work on and be really healing.
"Some people call this PMS; I like to think of this time as a period of heightened awareness."
Time and again my cards are bringing me back to a place of steadiness. It’s only been a month. So much has been felt, thought, planned, pulled apart and stuck back together. These cards remind me that these are early days.
[Guest post] Some people have found their minor aspects to be the most revealing part of their chart – so it’s really worth taking the time to get to know them.
I recently shared a spread that I’d created for the last new moon. I needed something to help me get a grip on the changes I was feeling inside me, and manifest my own turning point. It turns out lots of you needed the very same thing. I’ve been overwhelmed by the response, in blog …
For anyone who feels like they're losing touch with earth, who knows there's something inside that wants so badly to come out, who feels do goddam lost right now and wants to create change.
Let this sea wind batter and transform me. Let my fingers be numb and my skin whipped raw and let this tension finally give, and snap, and change.
Especially love, as hard as you can, until it feels like it’s all used up, then find that there are further layers, and further layers, and that the love is never used up.
Corina Dross and I made a website and it's gorgeous and will help you learn astrology.
If you’re a tarot reader looking to bring a little astrology into your tarot practice, here are the resources I use to inform and develop my approach.
We can think of the aspects as the dialogue that the actors (the planets) are having with each other. The type of aspect tells us the type of conversation they are having, the tone they are using.
[Guest post] Claire Sauer shares her monthly moonboard scrapbooking project, and explains how you can make your own lunar collages!
This is a fun and creative way to explore a friend's natal chart and show them how brilliant they are, whilst also learning more about astrology!
Having awareness of the pattern in your birth chart can give you insight on how you approach life, particularly around focus and goals.
Your Rising Sign describes the way others see us, the effect we have on an environment, our instant reactions to situations, and how we get things done.