I couldn’t possibly love you until I began to love all of my disowned parts. That took many years of shedding layers, dismantling walls, and grieving. So much grieving. I still grieve for the patriarchal damage we’ve both endured. Read more

Every spoke on the Wheel of the Year has its own signature. As Winter Solstice 2017 approaches, I felt drawn to images and stories of the Deer Mother more than anything else. Read more

Cakes and Ale looked a bit too much like holy communion to me. I still had painful recollections of stale wafers, grape juice, and unworthiness. Read more

Pagans don’t have centuries of liturgy behind us that explain how to honor life’s major transitions right down to the letter. I’m actually grateful that we don’t. This gives us maximum creativity and flexibility to design ceremonies that reflect who we really are and what we cherish. Read more

If women are goddesses, are men allowed to be gods? If we assert that women are reflections of the Divine Mother, then we also have to acknowledge that men are the reflection of the Divine Father. Read more

Elder gives me hope that even the most broken and severed parts of myself can return, that we can all come home to ourselves, even in the midst of uncertainty and chaos. Read more

If I were stranded on an island and could only have one divination tool, I’d pick Womanrunes. The images are simple glyphs that anyone could draw, but the messages are always so clear and profound. Read more

The shrunken form of an apple head doll is the perfect representation of summer fading into autumn for this witch. Read more

Author and astrologer Yasmin Boland presents the moon as a kind of technology that we can work with to manifest our desires. Read more

The Goddess shows up in many forms throughout literature and in our lives. Within the saga of Arthur’s kingship, she is the Initiator. Read more




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