"After all, magic is an art form that will not work if you don't."
Sarah Gottesdiener shares the journey that led her to create the phenomenally successful Many Moons Workbook.
"My way to my liberation is paved through my practice. My arrows shoot high from the present. I stay aligned with my highest vibration. I work backwards from the truth."
"We call in the notorious full moon in Scorpio, with it’s fierce intuition, it’s deep commitment to being engaged in mystery, and it’s continuously transformative path."
Taurus has me longing for a stable home. Perhaps I can manifest one under this new moon...
Sarah shares her reflections on April's full moon, and Libra's tarot card, Justice, plus a tarot spread for working with the themes of this moon.
"Many of us are in the process of transition and transformation—how could we not be, right now, with what is in front of us, with what we all face, collectively?"
A quick and simple introduction to following lunar cycles, their influence on our lives, and how the moon can support you in setting intentions and mapping goals.
"Find healing through showing the greater world more of yourself." Sarah Gottesdiener shares perspectives, ideas and ritual ideas for the February full moon in Leo.
The new moon in Aquarius invites us to revision our world. The Tower and the Star give us a framework for personal and collective liberation.
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.
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."
"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.
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.