Socially Responsible Magic: How Scarcity shows up in Internal Work

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An exploration of how scarcity shows up in internal work and how we need to examine our scarcity mindset in order to understand how scarcity is present in peoples’ lives. [Read more...]

The Busy Witch: The Magic of Asking

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There’s a courageous magic that manifests when we can give voice to our desires, and you never know what’s possible until you ask. [Read more...]

Born-Again Witch: Will – the Last Leg of Faith

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“Why are you still a Christian?” he asked. “If what you just said was true, I don’t think I could be a Christian anymore.” [Read more...]

The Path of She: Our Sovereign Souls

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To claim and live from our inner sovereignty is a revolutionary act. We step away from a culture determined to control us from the outside-in, and we step into the inside-out imperatives of our soul. Be bold; dare to live on your own terms, shining outward your unique essence and best gifts to a hungry world waiting for your authentic presence. [Read more...]

The Zen Pagan: The Fire Circle – All Kinds Magic Worked Here

Friday Night Fire Circle at FSG 2014. Photo courtesy Vann Godfrey.

In those discussions and debates — and sometimes heated arguments! — I’m come to the conclusion that the Fire Circle at a large Pagan gathering should welcome and invite as many types of magic as possible. Not necessarily all at once (that could be a bit of a muddle) but allowing them to arise and dissipate in their own natural flow. I call this principle “All Kinds Magic Worked Here”. [Read more...]

Dandelion Seeds: Digging Deep and Reaching High

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Combining ancient lore, science, chickens, compost, and a smidge of humor, this is the first post from a new voice for for the earth and us on Agora: Dandelion Seeds. [Read more...]

Letters From Midgard: Grace From Strange Places

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Just because I’m not Christian doesn’t mean I can’t appreciate those who are. [Read more...]


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