March 30, 2022

What is Unconditional Body Acceptance and why is it so liberating? Unconditional body acceptance for many people is moving away from a lifetime of social conditioning. It turns its head on the subconscious beliefs we might have held for the entirety of our lives in terms of what ‘good’ bodies ‘should’ look and behave like. And it feels awesome. But unconditional body acceptance is not loving your body anyway, despite thinking it’s imperfect. It isn’t setting out to change your... Read more

February 28, 2022

My career was always something that just was, it was never really a part of my identity and in many ways I often didn’t really think too much about why I chose that path. But the lockdowns over the last few years forced me to really look at it for the first time ever, and ask “is this really a life which I can thrive within?” It’s not as though I’d stayed in the same job for a decade, I... Read more

July 26, 2021

Do you send energy or healing to people you know are in need? Or do you pray for them? If you do you’re probably wondering what in the world I could have against such a loving and pure intentioned act. After all, wishing love or sending strength couldn’t possibly be problematic or make things worse? Could it? In some instances, however, it might not be the right thing to do. Let’s draw a distinction between requested and unsolicited energy sending... Read more

July 22, 2021

You may recognise Laura’s distinctive artwork style from the covers of my books, Laura is a renowned illustrator and psychic. Today however, I sat down with Laura to talk about her work as a drum artist. Laura’s drums have an otherworldly quality to them, they seem to almost be alive. I wanted to find out what goes into their creation. As a long-time practitioner of paganism and witchcraft, Laura trained in shamanic journeying. As part of this training she learnt... Read more

June 10, 2021

In this blog post I talked about how I was going to celebrate the seasons differently this year. In many ways this ended up being the perfect year to experiment, what with public gatherings still not being quite back and the weather being also not quite as expected. I decided to celebrate the Strawberry moon with the harvest of the strawberries and peas. Usually that would be the middle of May, on a good year it might be earlier even.... Read more

April 30, 2021

My career was always something that just was, it was never really a part of my identity and in many ways I often didn’t really think too much about why I chose that path. But the lockdowns over the last few years forced me to really look at it for the first time ever, and ask “is this really a life which I can thrive within?” It’s not as though I’d stayed in the same job for a decade, I... Read more

April 25, 2021

I’m often asked where I get my witchcraft tools. With everything moving online last year, they appear more and more often in blogs and online lessons. Read more

April 22, 2021

Many of the people who create tools for witches are themselves pagan, but there are skills which are harder to learn. Blacksmithing is one of these. When I think of Blacksmiths I think of older men working out of dusty forges making things people no longer need. This couldn’t be further from the truth. As a career choice, blacksmithing is a growing sector. Whilst commissioning a new Seer staff, I took the opportunity to talk to Lee Valentine about his... Read more

April 19, 2021

Spells. That’s a word I don’t use very often. I would usually say “ritual” or “focusing will” rather than spell, but we all know what it means and that makes it an incredibly useful word. So that’s my title for today – a magic formula for designing your own spells. A spell is basically a way of directing energy to manifest your intent. They often (but not always) use mundane actions to trigger an otherworldly reaction. I tend to think... Read more

April 15, 2021

Tarot is something most of us know of. We probably visualise it as the same style of cards and whilst there are countless decks doing slightly different things, real dynamism and change was missing from the practice for many years. That was, until Emily Carding created the Transparent Tarot. I’ve been researching Tarot recently for a new project I’m working on (more about that in a few months) and decided to take this opportunity to talk to Emily about their... Read more


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