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Why I don’t want to empower you

I don’t want to empower you. I want to help you understand I already see your power; your inherent power that cannot be learned or earned, your power that simply is. Mimi XOFounder, spirit communicator and Wu shamanic occultist

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collage of tree, Taiwanese woman in yellow dress, tea, mugwort, yarrow (shaman's flower), and chinese calligraphy

An Online Retreat on Ancient Chinese Divination and Chinese Astrology

If you’ve been studying with me in the Mystery Mentorship, particularly in the Wood + Metal Module, you’ll know that a critique I have about the “new age” communities that most practices done in the West are still coming from that extractive theme of objectifying rather subjectifying. Whether it’s the studying of Tarot, tea leaf reading, dream work or even

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Taiwanese woman in black dress holding a red core shamanic drum, rendered in an artistic blur

Happy Friday the 13th!

The thing with working with spirits and the Unseen in general, is that some days, I am drenched with unspeakable longing. I am left unreasonable and crazy-eyed. Yet, rooted into an unperturbed knowing, emitting pheromones of radiance.⁣⁣⁣ Happy Friday, the 13th. Celebrating the Mystery, the Lucky, the Magick in you, with you.⁣⁣ The part of you that cannot be shaken

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Han Taiwanese woman in jeans and boho top sits on chair and looks downwards

BROKENNESS: AN ANCIENT PERSPECTIVE⁣

A Yin line according to the I Ching is visually represented by two dashes. — —⁣ Oftentimes, it’s referred to as a broken line or a yielding line.⁣⁣ To compare that to a Yang line that is visually represented. ___⁣It’s a solid line that does not have space as an interruption.⁣⁣ A yielding, interrupted or broken line is a receptive

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WOC holds her wet hair in the shower

Some Q & As for Mimi

Where were you born? I was born on a small, sub tropical island of monsoon and evergreen forests in East Asia called Taiwan (formerly known as Formosa). Tree, Mountain and Sea are my original parents. In fact, my maiden name 林 (Lin) means forest.⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣Are you fluent in your mother tongue?⁣⁣ My first words were 媽媽 (Mama). I am fluent

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Pixelated rectangles visually representing psychic mediumship with digital spirits

ENOUGH TO TIDE ME OVER: Psychic Mediumship with Digital Spirits

As all children, my world was shaped by my reality and surroundings. We spent time outdoors in the nearby forest or playground with the neighbourhood kids, travelled in packs on our bikes with walkie talkies that only operated within fairly close range, but on a rainy day or when the days grew dark early, we spent time at home with

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Taiwanese Canadian woman wearing flax coloured wool sweaterholds pink dahlia

Why I don’t want to empower you

I don’t want to empower you. I want to help you understand I already see your power; your inherent power that cannot be learned or earned, your power that simply is. Mimi XOFounder, spirit communicator and Wu shamanic occultist

Read More »
collage of tree, Taiwanese woman in yellow dress, tea, mugwort, yarrow (shaman's flower), and chinese calligraphy

An Online Retreat on Ancient Chinese Divination and Chinese Astrology

If you’ve been studying with me in the Mystery Mentorship, particularly in the Wood + Metal Module, you’ll know that a critique I have about the “new age” communities that most practices done in the West are still coming from that extractive theme of objectifying rather subjectifying. Whether it’s the studying of Tarot, tea leaf reading, dream work or even

Read More »
Taiwanese woman in black dress holding a red core shamanic drum, rendered in an artistic blur

Happy Friday the 13th!

The thing with working with spirits and the Unseen in general, is that some days, I am drenched with unspeakable longing. I am left unreasonable and crazy-eyed. Yet, rooted into an unperturbed knowing, emitting pheromones of radiance.⁣⁣⁣ Happy Friday, the 13th. Celebrating the Mystery, the Lucky, the Magick in you, with you.⁣⁣ The part of you that cannot be shaken

Read More »
Han Taiwanese woman in jeans and boho top sits on chair and looks downwards

BROKENNESS: AN ANCIENT PERSPECTIVE⁣

A Yin line according to the I Ching is visually represented by two dashes. — —⁣ Oftentimes, it’s referred to as a broken line or a yielding line.⁣⁣ To compare that to a Yang line that is visually represented. ___⁣It’s a solid line that does not have space as an interruption.⁣⁣ A yielding, interrupted or broken line is a receptive

Read More »
WOC holds her wet hair in the shower

Some Q & As for Mimi

Where were you born? I was born on a small, sub tropical island of monsoon and evergreen forests in East Asia called Taiwan (formerly known as Formosa). Tree, Mountain and Sea are my original parents. In fact, my maiden name 林 (Lin) means forest.⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣Are you fluent in your mother tongue?⁣⁣ My first words were 媽媽 (Mama). I am fluent

Read More »
Pixelated rectangles visually representing psychic mediumship with digital spirits

ENOUGH TO TIDE ME OVER: Psychic Mediumship with Digital Spirits

As all children, my world was shaped by my reality and surroundings. We spent time outdoors in the nearby forest or playground with the neighbourhood kids, travelled in packs on our bikes with walkie talkies that only operated within fairly close range, but on a rainy day or when the days grew dark early, we spent time at home with

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