For Christmas, I got a Fitbit. I was ecstatic. True to my Virgoan nature, I love numbers, spreadsheets, logic. This equals that; if this, then that. Calories in, calories out, scale goes down, and all is well in the world. True to my Witch-Priestess-Divine Alchemist nature, I returned my Fitbit as soon as stores opened … More On Returning Gifts & Self Love
If I think about the Library of Alexandria for too long, I will cry. The knowledge, the richness, the effort and time and work that all went into creating the most magnificent storehouse of wisdom and resources and discoveries. All up in smoke. Lost. Gone. Forgotten. How beautiful those scrolls and tomes and must have been. … More Set Fire to the Old Stories
What a doozy: It’s the new moon time AND the Autumnal Equinox. Huzzah for working with powerful energy this week! And like, this whole year, but let’s leave that right there. It may seem counterintuitive since the New Moon doesn’t shine any actual light we can see, but plants, crystals, water, etc. that we leave … More Autumn New Moon Ritual for New Beginnings
In Denver, today is the first day it actually feels like Fall. Last night, the nearly-full moon was a creamy orange, dreamsicle color from the wildfires. Being under her light in the cool night air after a long, hot Labor day was exquisite–both soothing and invigorating. Late summer is laced with a sweet melancholy for … More 3 Centering Practices for Late Summer
There’s this idea that listening to your body feels good. Like slipping into a warm bath or taking that nap you’ve needed. Sometimes it is. Sometimes self care and tuning into the signals your body is telling you is the the itch you’ve been wanting to scratch, the instant gratification we all love so dearly. … More When Listening to Your Body is Hard AF
One of the most common dilemmas my ritual crafting clients run into when starting a ritual practice is: What tools do I use? Luckily, I could nerd out on talking about tools all. day. My response is usually The ones that are in front of you. We get caught up in the stuff. I love to shop, so … More Which Ritual Tools are Right for Me?
Dear You: I love you. I love you when you are sad. I love you when you worry about money. I love you when you question your Path and I love you when you’re insecure about the work you put in the world. I love you when you need to rest. I love you when … More Shadow Play on Sunny Days.
I just recently started teaching public yoga classes again. And, god I missed it so much. I had forgotten how nourishing it is to guide practitioners through pranayama, asana, and intention. I’ve realized why it feels so juicy, like I’m being fed, and then I had a “Duh, obviously,” moment. It’s an iteration of what … More Body Spells: Yoga & Ritual
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
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