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Say it til you know it…

Say it til you know it… We are the People. We are the Love. We are the Change. We are the Archetypes. We are the Spell. We are the Healing. We are the Party. We are the Orgasm. We are the Land. We are the Tarot. We are the Map. We are the Vibrations. We are the Politics. We are

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Taiwanese Canadian woman is surrounded by grasses and trees

What October Means

October is a month when witches recognize the veil between the Seen and the Unseen is thinnest, and for this reason, ancestors are connected with, spirits communed with, deities adored. Those who honour the lunar calendar may see October as the latter half of Autumn, having just celebrated the Mid Autumn Festival on September 21 this year. October is a

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Taiwanese Canadian woman in golden-brown calico dress lies in grass

The Void of Yin

I need concentration, without distraction, without interruption. Creation exists in the Void of Yin, in her Womb.⁣― excerpt from the feature story, MORE NOTES TO SELF (more excerpts from my personal journal), September’s issue of UNSEEN Magazine. ⁣⁣ Have a read HERE. MimiFounder, spirit communicator and Wu shamanic occultist

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Taiwanese Canadian woman in floral dress holds gaiwan and pours oolong into a gongbei

Sitting with Tea: Tea As Teacher

Tea, my Teacher, my Medicine, my Sister. With you, I enter into stillness. ⁣Penetrating clarity.⁣ Acute listening.⁣ Shivers of recognition. ⁣Tender exhales.⁣ Scents of what is to come.⁣ Conduit of flow.⁣Interpreter of ancestors.⁣ Vapours of daemons.⁣ I venerate your companionship.⁣⁣ PS. Sit with me and Tea as we learn make our own divination tool, the Bwa Bway, and from the

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Cha Ye Dan also known as Chinese Tea Brined Eggs, show off a beautiful stain glassed effect in the eggs through the tea brining process

Cha Ye Dan (Chinese Tea-Brined Eggs)

Eggs are one of my favourite go-tos when I wish to stay anchored, reconnect with my ancestors (since there are so many egg dishes in my heritage), and warm my body up as the weather begins to cool in September. I’ll be sharing a family recipe for Cha Ye Dan (Chinese Tea-Brined Eggs) in September’s issue of UNSEEN Magazine. They

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Portrait of Taiwanese Canadian woman while sitting at beach, with wind blown into her face

Fast Magick and Slow Magick

There’s fast magick, and there’s slow magick. Both have their functions – much like our two thinking faculties. I love the intuitive and emotional aspects of fast magick, and I also love the more deliberative, patient, and thorough power of slow magick. The slower build ups, deeper roots, sturdier with its layers as it grows above ground, more anchored in,

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scarf waving in wind covers woman's face

Say it til you know it…

Say it til you know it… We are the People. We are the Love. We are the Change. We are the Archetypes. We are the Spell. We are the Healing. We are the Party. We are the Orgasm. We are the Land. We are the Tarot. We are the Map. We are the Vibrations. We are the Politics. We are

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Taiwanese Canadian woman is surrounded by grasses and trees

What October Means

October is a month when witches recognize the veil between the Seen and the Unseen is thinnest, and for this reason, ancestors are connected with, spirits communed with, deities adored. Those who honour the lunar calendar may see October as the latter half of Autumn, having just celebrated the Mid Autumn Festival on September 21 this year. October is a

Read More »
Taiwanese Canadian woman in golden-brown calico dress lies in grass

The Void of Yin

I need concentration, without distraction, without interruption. Creation exists in the Void of Yin, in her Womb.⁣― excerpt from the feature story, MORE NOTES TO SELF (more excerpts from my personal journal), September’s issue of UNSEEN Magazine. ⁣⁣ Have a read HERE. MimiFounder, spirit communicator and Wu shamanic occultist

Read More »
Taiwanese Canadian woman in floral dress holds gaiwan and pours oolong into a gongbei

Sitting with Tea: Tea As Teacher

Tea, my Teacher, my Medicine, my Sister. With you, I enter into stillness. ⁣Penetrating clarity.⁣ Acute listening.⁣ Shivers of recognition. ⁣Tender exhales.⁣ Scents of what is to come.⁣ Conduit of flow.⁣Interpreter of ancestors.⁣ Vapours of daemons.⁣ I venerate your companionship.⁣⁣ PS. Sit with me and Tea as we learn make our own divination tool, the Bwa Bway, and from the

Read More »
Cha Ye Dan also known as Chinese Tea Brined Eggs, show off a beautiful stain glassed effect in the eggs through the tea brining process

Cha Ye Dan (Chinese Tea-Brined Eggs)

Eggs are one of my favourite go-tos when I wish to stay anchored, reconnect with my ancestors (since there are so many egg dishes in my heritage), and warm my body up as the weather begins to cool in September. I’ll be sharing a family recipe for Cha Ye Dan (Chinese Tea-Brined Eggs) in September’s issue of UNSEEN Magazine. They

Read More »
Portrait of Taiwanese Canadian woman while sitting at beach, with wind blown into her face

Fast Magick and Slow Magick

There’s fast magick, and there’s slow magick. Both have their functions – much like our two thinking faculties. I love the intuitive and emotional aspects of fast magick, and I also love the more deliberative, patient, and thorough power of slow magick. The slower build ups, deeper roots, sturdier with its layers as it grows above ground, more anchored in,

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