New Moon Healing Spell

Hello my loves! A week ago I posted an article, Witches, Unite in the Fight! , encouraging you guys to utilize the upcoming new moon energies in a way that will be beneficial to yourself as well a the community around you. I shared this article on Twitter, Tumblr, and Facebook, using the hashtag #WitchesAgainstCOVID19 … Continue reading New Moon Healing Spell

Get to Know a Goddess: Part 4

November 22nd: Leucothea Happy Birthday Sagittarius Babies! Sagittarius is the centurion archer who represents harmonious mingling of the physical and spiritual living. Saggitarians tend to have a strong drive for justice, much like the goddess Leucothea. Leucothea is a Greek goddess. The word Leucothea translates to "milk-white goddess", alluding to her maternal nature. According to … Continue reading Get to Know a Goddess: Part 4

Get to Know a Goddess: Part 3

November 18th: Matariki Matariki, a Hawaiian Goddess, becomes the Pleiades with her six children in Polynesian mythology. Six kids! My goodness, you'd have to be a goddess to be a mother of 6. I have hard enough time with my son and my nephew! Themes: StarsHarvestPeace Symbols: Starsthe Number Seven Celebrating Matariki From mid-to-late November, … Continue reading Get to Know a Goddess: Part 3

Get to know a Goddess: Part 1

A Note from Amanda Hello my Loves! I know - where the heck have I been? WELL - long story short, my life has been crazy. Last month I took in my nephew, and it's been crazy keeping up with work, my son, and rearranging my home and routine to accomodate my nephew. I've loved … Continue reading Get to know a Goddess: Part 1

Thoughtful Thursdays: Finding the Magical in the Mundane

✨✨There is magic all around, no matter where you are, no matter what you’re doing... you just have to be open to it. There are many realms within this world - little worlds within this world: Forests, Fields, Beaches, Backyards even. Today I will tell you how to transform a mundane walk through the woods … Continue reading Thoughtful Thursdays: Finding the Magical in the Mundane