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Taiwanese Canadian woman, with a pot of tea, gazes downwards

Social dysmorphia

In the culture we live in, leveling up is often just amassing more obligations. Methinks leveling down may be the better way to go.  *** The spirit wants the me no one else can see, and the same for me towards the spirit. Intimacy as the truest knowing. *** Why is love approached from a single dimension, as if it’s

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Taiwanese Canadian woman, with a pot of tea, gazes to the side

Growth doesn’t necessarily require struggle

Growth doesn’t necessarily require struggle. I think more than anything, growth requires me to know my nature, and to honour it. ⁣ Can I grow through rest?⁣ Can I grow through fun?⁣ Can I grow through connection?⁣ Can I grow through by simply being me?

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Working with Correspondences as an Animist Witch

Correspondences in witchcraft have been misinterpreted as something to memorize, like multiplication tables in math. 3 x 3 = 9; 6 x 7 = 42; mugwort is good for dreams; cinnamon for accelerating; memorize it for god’s sake.  But this approach not only favours practitioners of magick with a brilliant memory, it also isn’t a true indicator of how skilled

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Common Questions This Animist-Witch Gets

In my mystery school series, The Mystery Mentorship, the current Prayers + Devotions in Animism series, as well as my topical courses, I hold space for Q&As and relevant tangents. Many of the folks enrolled in the courses and series have shared how much these discussions have nourished and supported them in their spiritual journey and return-to-self. When I was

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Taiwanese Canadian woman, with a pot of tea, gazes downwards

Social dysmorphia

In the culture we live in, leveling up is often just amassing more obligations. Methinks leveling down may be the better way to go.  *** The spirit wants the me no one else can see, and the same for me towards the spirit. Intimacy as the truest knowing. *** Why is love approached from a single dimension, as if it’s

Read More »
Taiwanese Canadian woman, with a pot of tea, gazes to the side

Growth doesn’t necessarily require struggle

Growth doesn’t necessarily require struggle. I think more than anything, growth requires me to know my nature, and to honour it. ⁣ Can I grow through rest?⁣ Can I grow through fun?⁣ Can I grow through connection?⁣ Can I grow through by simply being me?

Read More »
Blurred hands of Mimi Young, with blurred flora in the background

Working with Correspondences as an Animist Witch

Correspondences in witchcraft have been misinterpreted as something to memorize, like multiplication tables in math. 3 x 3 = 9; 6 x 7 = 42; mugwort is good for dreams; cinnamon for accelerating; memorize it for god’s sake.  But this approach not only favours practitioners of magick with a brilliant memory, it also isn’t a true indicator of how skilled

Read More »
blurred image of animist witch Mimi Young

Common Questions This Animist-Witch Gets

In my mystery school series, The Mystery Mentorship, the current Prayers + Devotions in Animism series, as well as my topical courses, I hold space for Q&As and relevant tangents. Many of the folks enrolled in the courses and series have shared how much these discussions have nourished and supported them in their spiritual journey and return-to-self. When I was

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