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TEA AS PLANT MEDICINE

Tea is a plant medicine. If you’ve consumed it today, how did she hold you? What did she share with you? What did you say to her? How were you changed after you invited her essence in?⁣ Tea is a form of alchemy. A collection of Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal, and Water. All five Wu Xing (traditional Chinese esoteric elements)

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PLANT SPIRIT MEDICINE SPOTLIGHT: WOMB SUPPORT

I work with common plants. The ones that you can consume often, find around on the side of the road, on lawns and other nearby areas. I hold great regard for entheogens, but my allies are usually quiet and unassuming. A few are listed here, today being plants that support the Womb (energetically and physically):⁣ Internally consumed:⁣ Red Clover: nourishes

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DECOLONIZING AGEISM

I am so thrilled that so many are discussing ageism on social. Women in their 40s and 50s+ sharing how they are more confident, have found their voice, and feel more vibrant in their bodies. Freshly turned 41 years of age, I also resonate with this: embodied, more confident than ever, self approving, and taking up my space. My only

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THE ETHICS AROUND “SCREEN CAP AND TAG” CULTURE

It starts with seeing an image you find inspiring or effective in communicating something meaningful. Screen cap, credit, and you post it in your feed with your own caption. It’s a win-win situation, right? After all, credit is given to the artist, they are given exposure, and you get to share your words in your feed with a beautiful image.

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THE MOST IMPORTANT INGREDIENT IN MAGICK

If you’re new to my blog and IG feed, you may find my work seems serious, focused on heavy topics, and that I don’t always smile in my photos. But don’t let my serious face fool you, as inside joy and play are always at work. It is this joyous playfulness that I am indebted to, and credit to my

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TIME

There isn’t enough time Time heal all wounds A time to be born A time to die Ahead of one’s time Ahead of time At a set time At the appointed time Behind the times For the time being Within a reasonable amount of time Having the time of your life From time to time Keeping time All the time

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TEA AS PLANT MEDICINE

Tea is a plant medicine. If you’ve consumed it today, how did she hold you? What did she share with you? What did you say to her? How were you changed after you invited her essence in?⁣ Tea is a form of alchemy. A collection of Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal, and Water. All five Wu Xing (traditional Chinese esoteric elements)

Read More »

PLANT SPIRIT MEDICINE SPOTLIGHT: WOMB SUPPORT

I work with common plants. The ones that you can consume often, find around on the side of the road, on lawns and other nearby areas. I hold great regard for entheogens, but my allies are usually quiet and unassuming. A few are listed here, today being plants that support the Womb (energetically and physically):⁣ Internally consumed:⁣ Red Clover: nourishes

Read More »

DECOLONIZING AGEISM

I am so thrilled that so many are discussing ageism on social. Women in their 40s and 50s+ sharing how they are more confident, have found their voice, and feel more vibrant in their bodies. Freshly turned 41 years of age, I also resonate with this: embodied, more confident than ever, self approving, and taking up my space. My only

Read More »

THE ETHICS AROUND “SCREEN CAP AND TAG” CULTURE

It starts with seeing an image you find inspiring or effective in communicating something meaningful. Screen cap, credit, and you post it in your feed with your own caption. It’s a win-win situation, right? After all, credit is given to the artist, they are given exposure, and you get to share your words in your feed with a beautiful image.

Read More »

THE MOST IMPORTANT INGREDIENT IN MAGICK

If you’re new to my blog and IG feed, you may find my work seems serious, focused on heavy topics, and that I don’t always smile in my photos. But don’t let my serious face fool you, as inside joy and play are always at work. It is this joyous playfulness that I am indebted to, and credit to my

Read More »

TIME

There isn’t enough time Time heal all wounds A time to be born A time to die Ahead of one’s time Ahead of time At a set time At the appointed time Behind the times For the time being Within a reasonable amount of time Having the time of your life From time to time Keeping time All the time

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