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You receive continual support, for three months. The transmission shapes itself to your physical, spiritual, and emotional needs. Your body, soul, and circumstances receive constant blessings.
May 19, I start a ten-day ritual for the physical body. (I do five days ritual for you, take two days off, then do five more days.) This shamanic treatment is a distance healing. No meeting required, not even by phone. … Continue reading
This painting and essay tie together seemingly disparate topics—childbirth, honoring your creations, plagiarism, and Ostara, to name a few. I’d love your thoughts on this, truly. Scroll past the pic for my thoughts on it. Here is purchase info about … Continue reading
Letters to Santa—Yule Magic Wishes A simple holiday ritual for children of all ages. 2014 update: You can still make wishes to Santa here, just post them in a comment field! Then I’ll give your wishes to Santa. That’s the … Continue reading
If you missed the first update, check it out. A lot of folks, including moi, posted their experiences: http://www.outlawbunny.com/2013/10/15/hundred-people-update/ Now that the 100 People direct spiritual transmission is over, I hope we continue to feel internal shifts for months—if not … Continue reading
I just finished making dandelion oil. This is a wonderful happy sunny event. Let me share my old herbal journal notes: May 5, 2007: Put fresh dandelion blossoms in safflower oil, in crockpot for maybe five hours. (I forgot it … Continue reading
My visions are dear to me. They are more than ecstatic, they are also my life’s sustenance. But as amazing as I experience them to be, that is only my experience. Therefore, they must not imply rules for others. Visions—no … Continue reading
Someone who does work they love in an alternative field—work they feel is needed in the community—should be paid fairly. Herbalist, craftsperson, psychic, shaman, doula, political activist . . . The work of choice might be in a spiritual, creative, … Continue reading