The full moon in Cancer falls on the 21st of December- the day before the Winter Solstice! Read about both of them, here.Read More
The Summer Solstice is the time of the year when the sun rules over nature. It is the longest day and the shortest night, bringing us warmth, growth, and new heights to our growth. I specifically feel that this year's solstice has a theme of Self-Care, and really taking a time out to do something for YOU! Here is a small ritual that I have created to help you tap in in a deeper way…Read More
That shadow work keeps getting deeper and deeper, folks!
Whelp… now that we’re pretty acclimated to those shifts, new ones are coming in, and, in fact, have already begun. We have two things going on: 1) Major planetary shifts, and 2) Big things going on with the sun and moon.Read More
The sun was shining in through the tent when my alarm went off at 7am. Chris and I wanted to leave early because a) we weren't sure what the traffic was going to be like, b) Mercury Retrograde means extra time should be factored in, and c) we weren't entirely sure where we were going. Before we left, I went to thank the honeysuckle plant, and I saw that it had dropped many of its flowers through the night. I heard a voice say, "Thank you for seeing me. These are for you." And I collected the flowers with joy and thanks and put them in the jar in my car with the two flowers I had collected in GR, and the wood betony that a client had given me.
It was about 20 minutes into the trip that we stopped at a gas station "" to use the bathroom, pick up some extra water, and use their wifi to figure out where else on the eclipse line was closer and not going to be packed with 150,000 people like Hopkinsville was projected to accommodate (somehow). So while Chris filled up I found "Madisonville", which was almost an hour closer and it didn't seem that anyone was talking about. It looked good to both of us, so we were on our way through a gorgeous highway over hills and around bends through cornfields and towns…..Read More
The Lion's Gate Portal opened sometime between 21-26 July 2017. Its pique is on 8/8, and it closes right around the time that the sun moves into Virgo- the day after the Total Solar Eclipse, on 22 August. It is at this point in time that the Sirius star system- made of Sirius A and B (twin stars?)- is closest to the earth and positioned near the sun in a way that its rays are directly hitting our planet! This happens yearly in the month of August.
The Sirian star system is greatly looked upon as our "Spiritual Sun", with earth's sun being our "Physical Sun". Thus, when its rays hit us directly here on earth, it is a gateway for spiritual enlightenment. Sirius is a star system that is speculated to have planetary systems that are mostly water. Because of the combination of water from the planets and fire from the Sirius suns, it is said that Sirius is highly associated with thunderstorms around our planet…Read More
It just so happens that the summer solstice is upon us in the northern hemisphere once again.
This yearly pique of daylight reminds us to keep our heads held high and embrace the gold that dwells within us. It helps us to seize all that we are and unleash it unapologetically.
This time last year, the full moon fell on the solstice, bringing us an extra element of fullness and illumination to bring forth our inner greatness out into the light of the world….Read More
Today I want to talk about the three-fold theme of this year: balance, facing your shadows, and tossing out what you don’t need. It’s been on my mind a lot all year, but more specifically this last week, and the themes seem to be touching everyone I talk to, whether I knew them previously or not. Those three things tie together in beautiful and profound ways, each theme forcing you to dive into the next and then back again. And each cycle of each theme that you experience forces you to go into the next one deeper, and then the next one deeper, yet again.
Let’s talk about balance: light and dark. We need both to survive- metaphorically, spiritually, and literally in the physical world. There is no way that we would be able to know one without the other, and if you look at it in nature, a flame is seen better at night, and the cast of sunlight creates shadows. Half the year is darker days and half the year light, half our time day and half our time night, and the list goes on….Read More