Most witches agree there are ethics involved when performing magic that affects another person specifically; whether it be a spell cast on another’s behalf or one that may affect them […]
I was living in a small apartment when I first heard that storing items under your bed was bad Feng Shui. Real estate is at a premium when living in […]
When we lie or even speak against our personal truth (go along with something we don’t agree with), we send a vibe out to the universe that our words do […]
Lepidolite is a beautiful , fairly soft, lilac purple mineral, that when dry, looks a bit ashen or gray, but when wet (or after tumbling) is quite vibrant in color.
I will tell you, if you want a holy shit moment, try stepping barefoot on a dead animal while performing witchcraft.
Every moral convention, whether it be religious, societal, or psychological or philosophical school has some version of The Golden Rule [The Ethic of Reciprocity] It transcends culture and faith and is based on an understanding of empathy.
I’ll be talking about Paganism in this post. It’s a tricky subject for me to navigate because I don’t self-identify as a pagan, but many of my core beliefs are tied to Paganism. The thing about this video that really gets me is how it starts off as one thing. I’m educated, I’m trustworthy. Let’s all work together. Then it gets all slippery at the end with subtle messages and innuendos.
Originally posted on Pagan Activist:
–Shauna Aura Knight Hi, I’m Shauna, and I’m a racist. No, not one of the ones clearly defined by the pointy hats and white robes.…
It’s funny how peppermint, a herb with cooling properties, is so adored in the winter and is associated with the element of fire. As I sit here sipping on a hot cup of peppermint green tea, I’m thinking about my love of the herb.