"What we seek draws us into the light of greater consciousness, and where there is light there is shadow."
"It's an organizational orgy. A link roundup that threatens to exceed the bounds of usefulness. Enough to make my Capricorn-moon heart sing and test my already shaky nerves."
A few things I want more of in 2017. What about you?
Looking back at my own personal 2016, and forwards to a more connected 2017.
Journeying, over and over, towards my own edge.
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.
A resolution for vulnerability, which is necessarily a shared experience. Join me?
Folk tradition, herbalism, meditations, ancestors, rituals, reflections, a memento mori, how to conduct a seance with tarot, and more wonderful writing for the thinning of the veil.
The rowan tree is one of my favourites, and just now, it’s at its most beautiful. Here are a few thoughts on this magical tree, and how to make a garland from its berries.
Summer solstice is a festival of abundance and personal power. Here are some ideas for celebrating!
Halfway between the Spring Equinox and Summer Solstice, Karen Clark situates us in the fertile feeling of Beltane.
More photos, not so many words, as I settle in to life on Skye.
Spring equinox is a festival of fresh air, balance and harmony. Here are some suggestions for how you might observe or celebrate.
This is the quickening of the year. I can feel something building, getting faster, as the sap rises in the bodies of trees.
Wherein I describe my new year's resolutions and you share yours, and I pull tarot cards to help you!
If there’s one thing I know about myself, it’s that I’m not afraid of change.
Meep! It's the last linky round-up of the year! So here's a whole load of things I've read this month that nurture the aspirational vibe of the season.
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 …
I fixed some things and changed some things and then I compiled this witchy, wonderful list for y'all.
[Guest post] Claire Sauer shares her monthly moonboard scrapbooking project, and explains how you can make your own lunar collages!
If you live in a small space or move around a lot, you can make this teeny tiny pocket altar which you can carry around and set up anywhere you please!
I felt some. You probably did too. Meanwhile, here's tons of good stuff to read.
I had so much to ask about, so much that has swirled around inside me for the past six months, so much that I want to pin down, crystalise, make sense of. This five card spread felt just right.