Changing Jobs – A Tarot Workshop Question

On the first Wednesday of the month, I offer a tarot playshop/workshop. We play with our intuitive sides, using various exercises. The idea is to become a better reader (even if you don’t even think of yourself as a reader) by developing a visual language with your cards. One of the exercises we do is…

The Matrix Talk Show: Predictions for 2019

On the 13th of January, I participated in a discussion with Richard Simon Kahn and Patricia Asheme Bankins on our forecasts for 2019. We seem to all be on the same page, which could be heartening or spooky, depending on your perspective.

Shamanic Practitioner Certification 2019

In 2017, I offered a pilot program, training Shamanic Practitioners. It was a success, and I have been asked to offer it again. With some additional experiential knowledge under my belt, I have revamped it somewhat and will indeed be offering the program again in 2019. Additionally, I will be bringing back my series in…

An Ode to Raindancer Frog

Raindancer Frog on my right, Spirit of action, of lifesbreath, of change and transition, Hear my song! Child of Heket, Child of Incorruptibility, She who hops across the Veil with ease, Hear my song! It harmonizes with the fat drops of rain, falling in puddles. It weaves through the white noise of a downpour. It…

Weasels Borked My Hotrod

The veil will be thin for half a year. Yes, it’s an anomaly. Yes, it’s going to be full of weasels. Yes, the title of the post is a Ministry reference with some LHC thrown in for good measure.

Winding Your Way Around The Web

On saying “no” 7 things happy people don’t do On Lughnasadh Holiday Sacrifice Mormon church releases photos of Joseph Smith’s seer stone An Orchestra Brings Whales to the Surface Honoring or Appropriation? Labels Like ‘Alternative Medicine’ Don’t Matter. The Science Does. The Deep Well – Great Heart Society Pagans have crises of faith too

Totem Visitation: Peacock

I was driving home from a client on Tuesday and standing on the double yellow line, like he was waiting for me, was a glorious peacock. I told him to get out of the road, and he crossed (left to right) behind me. I drive that route several times a week, and I have never…

Close Encounters with Coyote

Crossroads magic is an interesting practice, and I suspect each person approaches it somewhat differently. Crossroads are one of those places the Scots call Thin Spots – places where the veil is thin. For me, crossroads are an opportunity to create goodwill with the spirits, and to make the occasional entreaties. I don’t tend to…

Contact: Sea Turtles

I had the opportunity to have a bit of a chat with a large, male green sea turtle. It was pretty challenging, actually – their energy is different than anything I’ve encountered; almost like it was subsonic. It moves so very slowly. They haven’t really changed much over the span of their existence. I did…

A toodle around the web

5 languages that could change the way you see the world The psychology of procrastination …and the astrology of perfectionism 9 things mainstream America needs to understand about Native values Why walking through a doorway makes you forget… Did I post this already? Releasing ritual for March Forcing yourself to be a morning person if…

Weekly Web Links Round Up from Around the Web… Links…

As I wander around the web, I come across links that should be shared, and this is my way of keeping it down to one post a week… Ways to celebrate the longest day of the year Day-to-day actions & attitudes that research has shown strengthen a relationship Stray cat finds a friend at the…