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Spiritual arrogance can happen just as much in Pagan groups as in mainstream religion. If we each look inside for arrogance, we can make a better world. Continue reading
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