Yule begins on December 21st, and of course it is side-by-side with several other winter holidays and festivities! No matter which holidays you celebrate at this time of year, no matter how or if you mark the occasion, this is a time of year that speaks to embracing and celebrating the light that our lovedContinue reading “Yule for the Spoonie”
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My Hestia Practice: Part 2!
(This is part two of my personal journey with Hestia–if you missed part one, click here to read that first! Apologies that I’m a bit late in posting, I had a bad flareup and couldn’t do much of anything for a few days.) As I mentioned in part one, there isn’t a solid blueprint forContinue reading “My Hestia Practice: Part 2!”
Ritual: Turn your Mobility Aid into a Wand, Staff, or Chariot
There is so much shame and fear associated with mobility aids in our culture. If you’re capable of standing and walking at all, you’re told that mobility aids aren’t for you. “Why on earth would you limit yourself and let your illness win when you can and should be strengthening your legs?” (Sarcasm there.) IfContinue reading “Ritual: Turn your Mobility Aid into a Wand, Staff, or Chariot”
Fundamentals of Tiny Witchcraft: What Can I Do?
When deciding how to approach your spellcraft, the first thing to consider seems obvious (but is actually a complicated question): What CAN you do?
Tarot Spread: What Does My Body Need?
Tarot cards are often used for messages, right? Sometimes we use them to tune into something outside ourselves: spirits, ancestors, deities, even the Universe itself. Other times we use them to turn deeply inward, seeking messages from our intuition, our subconscious, our memory. But have you ever used your tarot deck to receive a messageContinue reading “Tarot Spread: What Does My Body Need?”
On Magical Follow-Through (Witchy Book Review)
Your Intuition Led You Here promises to help you develop your intuition and create your own spells. But is this book spoonie-witch friendly?