Uncomfortable topics are, well, uncomfortable. Though everyone has unique triggers, I imagine there are topics of conversation that cause internal (or visible) squirming for many. Some of the named uncomfortable topics in my recent research were money and financial status, politics, mental health, future plans, feelings, and anything that might not be well-versed to theContinue reading “Confronting Uncomfortable Topics of Conversation”
I engage with tarot cards once a month. I don’t see them as a prediction of my future or at all fixed in outcome. Instead, it’s more projection and guidance. I think its important to not use them too frequently or revolve your life around them. In order to understand how they can work forContinue reading “Tarot for Turning Inward”
Synchronicity is related to coincidence but with deeper feeling and meaning. You might recognize it as a strong feeling of being in the right place at the right time. Some might equate it to a form of deja vu. It could be the sense that a certain something has been appearing to you frequently. ForContinue reading “Your Personal Hints Perfectly in Time”
Need something to add to your resolutions? Probably not. However if you have some larger goals in place, this tool can break them down to smaller, more attainable aspirations. With all talk about self-awareness, reflection, and connection, how do these things become habits? How do they become what we naturally do in order to applyContinue reading “A Write Way”
I’ve started to think about the changes I’d like to make for myself in the upcoming year, and something in particular has come up. As a kid I asked A LOT of questions. While this exhausted everybody around me, this was my way of absorbing and processing the world. I wonder at what point IContinue reading “May I Ask a Question?”
For the northern hemisphere, (and by the western calendar) December 21 is the shortest, darkest day of the year. It marks the beginning of winter. Because of this, most winter traditions celebrate with light. I like this time of year because people naturally seek balance. To me, it’s about people making the best of aContinue reading “Global Winter Light Traditions on the Darkest Days”
Forgiveness tends to be a part of the “spirit of the holidays” that asks you to temporarily put aside differences and appreciate the people in your life. Is this pressure to suppress your feelings a reason why the holidays can be tense? In addition to being detrimental to interpersonal relationships, harboring grudges is awful forContinue reading “Forgive for Freedom!”
If you caught my social media post this week, you saw I began to tell the story of the Trumpeter of Krakow (in a very condensed version). If you missed it, find it below! In 1241 a young boy aspired to be just like his father. His family was displaced from their home to KrakowContinue reading “Storytelling”
I understand archetypes in a very basic way, as symbols or schemas which are timeless and universal. Although I find C.G. Jung’s ideas and theories to be endlessly fascinating, I don’t agree with everything he stood by. With that said, I also wouldn’t necessarily consider archetypes to be a “healing tool,” but something to considerContinue reading “8 Archetypes to Lead a Magical Life”
This is perhaps one of the most effective tips I’ve received for eliminating toxic thoughts, low-self esteem, and self-loathing. A friend of mine from shamanic training shared it and swore by its results. It’s helpful for those times we’re really hard on ourselves, when we feel hopeless, or when we feel that we can’t seemContinue reading “Picture This: No More Toxic Thoughts”
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