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What Will June Bring?

It’s been a long, wet, and trying Spring for the Priestess, and for many of us! With the hard emotional work of Venus Retrograde calling us to revisit our deepest heart wounds when it comes to love, the challenges of … Continue reading

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The Beauty of a Warrior

This post is part of the Beauty of a Woman BlogFest VI! To read more entries, and potentially win a fun prize, visit the fest page on August’s McLaughlin’s site between today and 11pm PST March 11th. I’ve never been one of … Continue reading

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Energizing Ostara!

It’s March, which here in the Northern Hemisphere marks the beginning of Spring. Back on the Dakota prairies where I grew up, March often blew in like a lion with brisk winds and rains, blowing away the last of the … Continue reading

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Visiting the Past to Find Hope for the Future

I’ve been on a bit of a feminist thealogy/feminist spirituality history tour of late. It feels like the moment is ripe for a whole new wave of Goddess Spirituality to be born, with the resurgence in interest in Witchcraft born … Continue reading

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New Moon in Pisces

It’s been exactly one month since I wrote in this space. The past month has been an odd one, though it’s hard to put my finger on exactly why. February is often a month when I struggle with my New … Continue reading

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Inspiring Imbolc!

As you’ve noticed, things have been quiet for me the first few weeks of the year. I’ve been grappling with a sense of having left part of myself in the Underworld during a ritual, and the sense that it’s exactly … Continue reading

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It’s OK to Ease in Slowly

Conventional wisdom holds that, when faced with a cold body of water, it is better to just plunge in all at once. Jump in, they say, and get it over with. You’ll warm up soon enough. When you ease yourself … Continue reading

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