"Altar making is like creating an open invitation for us to take up more space in our lives starting with the essential ritual of calling ourselves to return home." Alexis explores the crafting of altars using tarot cards.
On this autumn equinox, my most precious moment of reflection, I commit to these learnings. I commit to digging deeper, to exploring further, to finding my way towards truly integrating this budding wisdom.
"The cards began to accumulate stories for me, about my friends and my relationships, how to be soft with myself when times are hard, how to hold myself accountable when I need to."
"I built a portfolio full of melanated goddesses with creamy brown skin tones embracing their femininity and power. I love making art that makes my sisters feel good about themselves."
"MOONWORK is a practice of making home in self, others, and the present moment, as perfect-for-now experiences that include past & future." Hannah Harris-Sutro introduces her new online class.
It is a poet's time. And a witch's time. I begin to feel like myself once more. Though I have changed, I recognise myself.
May I express this wholeness through connection, not through isolation. May I show up for the people I love. May I show up for my community. May we coexist and co create. May we co-heal.
Being a Blessing: Enacting Our Spirituality. Sarah Gottesdiener defines abundance and alignment...minus the spiritual bypass.
Each small ritual is part of a bigger picture, a cumulative relationship with ourselves and with our spirit and our environment.
Great news! Travelling tarot artist Jennifer Dranttel is re-publishing her much-loved deck, the Nomad Tarot.
May I be myself.
May I be fully myself.
May I let myself be enough, exactly as I am.
For today’s new moon we revisit mourning: with some thought, poem, and ritual.
Two shared altars, Em and I exploring fear, vulnerability, and stepping into our own power.
Where in your life are you bringing together opposing energies? What magic lies in the tension between these things? Where can we turn friction into electricity?
Sarah Gottesdiener shows how this potent Scorpio moon raises themes of sex, death and the wonders of creation
Wards remind us that we have a right to feel supported and secure in the world.
"She weaves individual strands into a tapestry, creating common ground and common cause."
"Magic was something I discovered about myself" Artist and deck creator Wren on her journey to creating her own tarot deck.
"My decks differ from the usual tarot decks because they show raw, fierce images that are non-filtered; images that show the good, the bad and the ugly."
Learning to ground + center isn’t just to be able to react better to stress, but to allow us to focus the mind on what we want to focus on.
The water-loving willow tree is associated closely with the moon, intuition, spirituality, emotion, dreams ...all that belongs to the intangible realm of the water element.
Fehu is often interpreted as wealth or property. Immediately, this radical witch gets the willies.
"This conversation made me realize that I will need to put a disclaimer in my introduction about this deck. This deck has teeth and is not for the faint of heart!"
This altar is for my body-wisdom.
For loving myself enough