I don't know about you but with the New Year just around the corner, my mind shifts to looking into those new energies by way of divination! If you look up the definition of divination on Google you get the answer: The practice of seeking knowledge of the future or the unknown by supernatural means. I’d like to elaborate on that by defining it differently.
Back in the 1980s, in my young twenties and newly emancipated from my restrictive Protestant upbringing in the Deep South, I groped for an expression of faith that could accommodate my pesky square-peggedness and discovered the writings of Scott Cunningham. I remember thinking, “THIS!
One of my coven lieutenants just shared this article with me. and I thought I should pass it along. It talks about how Modern witchcraft is on the up, with professional women taking an interest in moon rituals, crystal-healing and tarot reading.
Have you ever tried to connect with the Divine and gotten a feeling like the recorded messages you get when you dial a disconnected number? If so, know that you’re not alone! It’s something we all go through from time to time. Sometimes the chaos that we deal with on a daily basis starts to grow out of control and we find ourselves feeling less and less grounded, less and less centered. Even worse, we tend to feel guilty about being off track, which makes it even harde
Years ago, when I aided in teaching young children martial arts, we would attempt to teach children vocabulary relevant to their lessons. One lesson was integrity. It was defined as “Doing what is right even when no one is looking.” The questions that rise to the surface are; What do you stand for? What code do you live by?