Everything has a frequency, high or low, depending on one's own vibration. Some stones will feel different in your hand. A place or land may reverberate more to you. A wild, bright Caribbean blue on a door will excite the mind more than a muddy grey. All things in nature, including humans, have different frequencies. … Continue reading Paint the Door Purple
I am a medicine woman. My entire life is based around listening to the trees and plants as they speak and as they teach. Their boughs move as I pass. I am respectful of their spirits and their life. I ask before I wild craft. I only take a small amount. But here is where … Continue reading The Brilliant Plant Spirits and the Teaching Din
and the world was ever quiet as darkness had its grip a deep silence settled over the frost and cold did nip. but the sun god is born this day holly king hands over throne great celebrations must be had for the light returns home. and in the starlit wee eve hours we … Continue reading Solstice Blessings
I have a really big announcement for my amazing blog readers! Now this is top secret because it was written as a gift to my children for Christmas so I cannot promote it on any social media sites that they might see, but as far as I know, they don’t read my blog. So here […] … Continue reading The Release of My New Cookbook!
I suppose it was the combination of the meditation oil I crafted with the deep relaxation of Savasana along with the way the teacher rubbed the oils on my neck, but I fell into a deep trance and a vision most clear did come. And the question was asked, "Who are you without the masks, … Continue reading The Bird Woman (masks part 2)
As Yule approaches and we look forward to the light returning, we cannot help but contemplate who we want to be in this world, what we want to release, what we want to gather. I have been writing a book for the past year that is being given to me in pieces. As I learn … Continue reading True Self Emerging; Putting Down the Masks
The ancient holidays and festivals emphasized hope, renewal, and gratitude. Mabon is the second of the harvest festivals. Today the day and night are equal and we prepare for the darkness and the introspection that comes with winter. But now we light a bonfire and have a feast and celebrate with our village and our families the bountiful gardens that … Continue reading Mabon, Harvest, and a recipe for Miniature Pumpkin Bundt Cakes