Month: August 2018

Priestessing the Liminal

The month of August is concluding today, and I’ve been having difficulty writing anything but ritual for the past few weeks.  Throughout this month, my thoughts have been returning over and over again to the liminal, to liminality, to thresholds and transitions and initiations. This […]

In defense of tools

I have recently moved homes. Everything is different and all the processes to be happy, healthy, and going strong have changed. This wasn’t going from one standard apartment with a robust apartment complex to another standard apartment with a robust apartment complex. I did not […]

The Nice Day

This piece was originally published in A Beautiful Resistance, Issue 4. I am republishing it here in memory of the rain I hope will soon visit us here in California. I find myself at the top of a barren hill. The light is dim and […]

Book Review: Pagan Portals – Odin: Meeting the Norse Allfather

This is the first book I’ve read of the Moon Books Pagan Portals series, and I’m glad I picked Morgan Daimler’s work to start with! I went on a binge a couple months ago and bought a whole slew of books on Amazon. Several Pagan […]

Healing Ourselves, Healing the Land

Like so many sensitive people I know, I’ve struggled this year with feeling anxious and filled with grief.  Sometimes I even feel afraid at an animal level, like every muscle in my body is tensing, ready to flee.  We live in troubled times.  We feel, […]

Waiting for what?

Are you a saver? You know, one who saves things. You save it for the right time. The best opportunity to utilize it. Saving for a special occasion. You aren’t a hoarder! Oh no. You fully expect to use the thing. One day. When you […]