Many of us struggle to set the boundaries we need because we are scared we'll upset people and end up alone. In this piece andi explores how grieving can help us move from shame and guilt towards authentic connection.
Autumn is officially here folks! Join our community discussion about the year so far and your hopes and dreams for the months ahead.
The autumn equinox brings the wheel of the year full circle. It's a bridge from one era of our life into another.
"The season is turning and change is upon us, so the momentum is with you to enact or meet change." Anna Wong shares two crystals are good for crossing emotional thresholds and barriers.
On shameless sincerity, and allowing ourselves and our fictional characters to be complicated.
"She told me that Saturn helps bring out the gold in all of us. And she’s right. Saturn has been weaving gold through me."
Exchanging tarot readings with a friend is a good way to get out of your own head. Here are my reflections on my friend's thoughtful, helpful words.
Taurus has me longing for a stable home. Perhaps I can manifest one under this new moon...
I wanted energy, excitement and joy. I got a reminder that I need to tie up some emotional loose ends before I dive into spring.
There are memories, pains, bonds, and habits that once broken, shed, and buried must be left where they are for the universe to transform, not us.
Looking back at my own personal 2016, and forwards to a more connected 2017.
The Wheel of the Year provides a framework for observing the connection (or sometimes disconnection) between my inner life and the world around me.
Karen Clarke explores seasonal messages from the Dark Goddess, and winter's encouragement to delve into our shadow selves.
Andi Grace shares their experiences of using psychedelics alongside tarot cards for personal exploration.
A framework for a ritual I created for saying goodbye to special friends, that you can adapt for your own ceremonies.
I created this tiny oracle to help me though a rough patch. Now, I'd love to share it with you, as part of a lost and found storytelling project.
"I’m no expert, but flower remedies feel a bit like magical potions to me. I make them for myself and for those close to me, like emotional salves to help us through difficult times."
In a queer person's life, there is constant change and 'death', starting with the coming out process. Here are some queer-specific thoughts on interpreting this card.
Change is afoot. My brain is tired, my body is stiff, my heart is happy and filled with anticipation.
If there’s one thing I know about myself, it’s that I’m not afraid of 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.
Though it looks like things are dying, seeds are falling, determining where they will grow next year. Intentions set now, commitments made.
Poet Leah Horlick and I discuss the appearances of specific tarot cards in her book of poems, For Your Own Good.
Checking in with 2015 with a fire, a beach, a tarot card and my love.