Practices for Activists: How to Call Your Representatives even if You’re Terrified

Talking on the phone isn’t easy for me: There is something inherently terrifying to me about speaking to a stranger you cannot see.  As a kid, my parents knew I wouldn’t answer the phone, I would refuse to be the one to order take out, and it took getting a job in a customer service … More Practices for Activists: How to Call Your Representatives even if You’re Terrified

Kisses not Curses, Or, I Don’t Understand Hexing Trump

Straight up: I don’t understand this whole Cursing the President thing. Yes, prayer/magic/truth/manifestation/whatever you wanna call your brand of JUJU has its place in politics, society and economics. Yes, we’re angry and wounded and feel the necessary and righteous rage toward what seems to be the root of our world’s ills. But is this how … More Kisses not Curses, Or, I Don’t Understand Hexing Trump

Body Talk: Body Image is Super Important for Healers

You already know this: As healers/magic-makers/witches/priestesses/diviners/et all, the way we view our bodies affects our craft. After all, we bring the ethereal into this realm through our bodies. We touch our tools, our clients and students, our fellow practitioners. Our craft is to bring the symbolic subconscious forward into this reality. We put forth so much effort … More Body Talk: Body Image is Super Important for Healers

SS011: Shadow Play, Social Justice, Movement & More with Livia Cohen-Shapiro

Happy (belated) New Moon, wonderfuls! The New Moon Juju is still potent–can you feel it? Woo, this is the first episode in a while. Lots of things have gone down: personally, culturally, socially. It’s the end of the world as we know it, but that’s a good thing. Today, I’m talking to Livia Cohen-Shapiro of Ecstatic … More SS011: Shadow Play, Social Justice, Movement & More with Livia Cohen-Shapiro