The Energetics of Grace

I recently experienced a series of very challenging interactions with an organization that I felt should have been much more empathetic and understanding of my experience. Without going into too many unnecessary details, I was made to feel unwelcome and undeserving of support while I was in a pretty vulnerable space. My dealings with that […]

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Celebrating the Season

There are very few things in the world that I love more than sweater season. The moment I first get to crack open my fall/winter clothing storage box and pull out my favorite cardigan is practically its own holiday. Okay … I exaggerate a little bit. But, I love autumn. It’s my favorite season. And […]

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Leading to Discovery in the Age of Alternate Facts

I am going to start this post with a disclaimer: I don’t have any answers — only many more questions. Okay. Now, that I’ve gotten that out of the way – let the blog post continue. Our spring event is on the Four Priestess Arts — which were developed by our mentor, Cynthea Jones of […]

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Manifesting the sacred

Our May event is now open for registration. It’s called The Priestess Arts: Tools for These Times and in it, we will learn about and explore four incredible tools that were developed at Diana’s Grove. Lately, I’ve been thinking about each of the Arts. Words matter. I believe this firmly, and I spend a lot […]

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Reasons to say yes

Like a lot of folks, the election at the beginning of the month have left me…okay, look, I have opinions that are perhaps best left for a venue where I am clearly speaking only for myself and my not-at-all coherent thoughts and the swearing involved in expressing them will reflect only on me. That said, […]

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Fate: Destiny or Purpose?

I recently took up cross-stitch again — something I really haven’t done since I was in junior high *cough* years ago. Originally I started back with it in order to make someone a Yule gift. But, it turned out to be really meditative and somewhat relaxing for me (when I remember how to count), so […]

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