Two Torches

One of the things I’ve found most fascinating in preparing for this week’s event is the sheer number of epithets that are associated with Hecate. Earthly One, Key-Bearer, Savior, Three Bodied, Of The Three Ways, Companion, Before The Gate…and that just barely scratches the surface! You get the idea – lots of titles, lots of […]

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“Spring” cleaning

I‘ve been working through a very slow bit of spring cleaning recently (yes, I’m aware that it’s now August). This has never come easily to me – it’s not so much that I want to keep a bunch of things, exactly, but the process of deciding which things to keep is frustratingly difficult. After getting […]

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Well Met at the Crossroads

  I’m lost again. OK, maybe not lost. I know where I am. I’m here. What I don’t know is where I am going. (It’s interesting that that’s what lost means to me: ignorance about something that hasn’t happened yet. How could I know the end at the beginning? But I really, really want to […]

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Crossroads don’t all look alike

There is something magical about the light and shadow in a tree canopy. Both draw me in. Both say “pay attention”. Notice. I can feel a pull, almost like gravity, except this pull is up, not down. I notice this primarily at sunrise and sunset. During the time between sunrise and sunset, if I walk […]

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Moon Flowers

A friend gave me a gift of moon flower plants. They are twining their way up my garden fence. Have you seen their frosty glow by the light of the full moon? Something about them, maybe their propensity for communing with the moonlight or the purity and sweet scent of their white blossoms, connects right […]

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Using the tools

A couple weeks ago, I had the opportunity to help facilitate the 9th (seriously, the 9th? I’m not really sure how that happened) Expanding Inward event. It was a pretty wonderful experience for me, particularly because we were presenting some of the most impactful work that I’ve encountered. We shared the Priestess Arts, which comprised […]

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