The Journey Begins

Thanks for joining me! Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton

Celebrating the Autumn Equinox AKA Mabon

Celebrating the seasons is one of my favorite things to do. I enjoy experiences, myself, and love helping others enjoy them even more and one of my favorite times of year is Mabon, or the Autumn Equinox, whatever you want to call it. This is the time of the second harvest, when apples and pumpkins…

Celebrating Summer Solstice

  Summer Solstice, aka Midsummer, is the longest day of the year and a day to celebrate fertility, life, light, success and energy.  There are many ways to celebrate and take advantage of this glowing energy at home. My favorite is to welcome the sunrise around my fire pit in my backyard sanctuary. I usually…

Harbingers and Omens

A few weeks ago hundreds of ravens landed in the trees around my house.  They covered the bare limbs until it looked like black leaves rustling in the breeze.  Their shrill cries and the whomp of the displaced air beat back by their flapping wings sent a shiver down my back.  I am accustomed to…

Raising Energy

Raising Energy: Everything in life has energy. It binds us, connects us and works with or against us. Magik is merely the science of energy manipulation. The energy you work with is created by you, and then manipulated to your intent. There are of course many ways to raise energy for workings, meditation or protection. When…

May 10 is the Full Flower Moon

Take advantage of the full flower moon tonight by working on career and new beginnings magick as well as spells and rituals for abundance. This is also a good day to start new gardens. But be careful and take it easy. The flower moon is also prone to cause sleep issues and also cause unbalanced emotions! Take…

Growing a Smudging Garden

‘Tis the season for getting those gardens planted! Along with brussel sprouts, cabbage, broccoli and cauliflower, the early vegetables to start in the garden, it is also time to get those herbs in the ground.  The nice thing about most herbs is they are perennials and will come back year after year saving you money and…