We can make a home of our souls again.Read More
I've been seeing a lot of vitriol against self-care coming down to taking a bath... but on the other hand let's not pretend like it isn't a relatively cheap and easy to manage getaway for folks who might not have another way to go.Read More
Yesterday was tough, and so was the day before. I spent the night before that in tears, then drunk, then sick. Needless to say, it was a very unproductive Monday in a week that requires me to be so much more than that.
I eventually came out of the funk (kinda), drank some apology veggie juice and managed to keep down some food. Naturally, I did feel better (seriously, if you are feeling low do check on whether or not you've been drinking water and eating if possible) so I reached for my cards, avoiding the tarot, and opting for the Vessel Oracle and the Extraordinary Oracle.Read More
These are tools and spaces I can easily get into without thinking too hard and allow for both my curiosity and magpie lack of focus to coexist easily. I just grab a cup of tea, some chips, or a tub of ice-cream and pass time allowing my heart to do whatever in the world it's doing right now with no pressure from my brain. The bonus is, I often gain something in the aftermath (though I'll admit I'm never particularly bothered to identify what it is every single time).Read More
The Four of Swords is probably one of the most well-received cards in the Swords' suit. While all the other cards seem to be cutting at some internal battle raging inside you, this card is unique in that it asks you to step back from the battle, take shelter and recover. However, there's a reason that this card belongs in the Swords suit...
Rest is a struggle. So much so that our body will force us to take it even when our minds resist it- fellow insomniacs recognize (and often welcome) that breaking point when your body overpowers your mind and you crash into oblivion.Read More
You ever get into a tarot funk? These are some of the methods that have been successful in getting me back to my cards.Read More
A link round up of healers writing as community and allies visioning strategies for healing and social justice.Read More