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Spirituality, Mysticism + Esotericism

Weaving Life: Spindle, Shuttle and Needle

Weaving Life: Spindle, Shuttle and Needle

There is abundance of tales, lore and myth across many cultures, connecting spinning and weaving to the divine and to the threads of fate that lead us toward various destinations, and to each other. There is also the famous concept of The Web of Wyrd, which reminds us that it is our own actions every day that weave the yarn for the day after; a web marrying fate with destiny…

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The Grandmother of Jesus + Divine Plans

The Grandmother of Jesus + Divine Plans

Who was St. Anne and what does her story teach us about cultivating the right environment as we weave through us the Divine plan; about how the threads of fate align throughout the generations? Do we choose our children and our bodies before reincarnation?…

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Thresholds and Liminality

Thresholds and Liminality

When we can’t step away from our house, we can take a new route by shifting the soul of our feet towards familiar destinations, allowing the new landscapes to inform us; to explore the richness of our inner world. We can move through a door because a story was deeply meaningful to us. Or through a feeling of great passion. Or through a scent…

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The Choice: Love, I Will That I Am

The Choice: Love, I Will That I Am

Now is the time to choose love, not fear. We have to hold on, hold close and hold together. We have to align to a higher consciousness and tend to it consistently. We have to build a space of love, safety and connection and hold that space as much as we can; a fortress of trust. Protect it like a sacred heart…

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Mystic Nights: Finding Answers

Mystic Nights: Finding Answers

The Seven Rays are part of ancient mysticism teachings. Esoteric philosophy says that as we re-incarnate, the Oneness is broken down into seven frequencies of vibrations called rays. The way to approach each other as humans in this life is to respect one another’s individual timings and paths…

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Storytime: Finding The Nameless Horse

Storytime: Finding The Nameless Horse

Has he achieved such perfection? He penetrates the construction of the spirit. Only interested in the essential, forgetting the insignificant; penetrating into internal dignities, he’s lost all his sense of the external traits. He sees what he needs and does not pay attention to what is unnecessary. He is so wise that he no longer sees neither color nor shape…

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Soulmates, No-Shows & The Purpose of Relationships

Soulmates, No-Shows & The Purpose of Relationships

We need to understand that all people are purposeful in our life. When we define and categorize, we ultimately limit ourselves; we rob ourselves of the experience of a connection. I don’t think we should focus on definitions – it is about the experience. We need to learn to honor all of our connections rather than put them in some human-made boxes of definitions…

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Mysticism and Poetry + Necklace of Indra

Mysticism and Poetry + Necklace of Indra

Poetry is art. Poetry dares us to think and to question – going inside of ourselves to explore our inner world. As we are being immersed into ourselves deeper and deeper, we flow unresistingly filling the empty spaces unseen before. We shape feelings, movements and experiences into something tangible – into words. Poetry is the expression of mysticism and the mystic’s inner experience…

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Love Letter: When The Worlds Kiss

Love Letter: When The Worlds Kiss

Dear Miracle. Yes, you! The Christmas season is here and regardless of religion or spiritual belief, this is a sacred time when we celebrate the biggest miracle of all; the birth of a child, the birth of love. And we are all miracles. It is through our childlike eyes that we can see the purity and the divine in everything and everyone around us…

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Art of Tarot: The High Priestess

Art of Tarot: The High Priestess

In silence I hear the loudest and in stillness I know. Truths are freely given to those who have the eyes to see; beyond the veil of roses painted red. There is a spiritual master waiting to be awakened beneath the shroud of your skin. So, come inside and conceive the seed of your wisdom within…

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The Necessity of Limits & Being Grateful for Them

The Necessity of Limits & Being Grateful for Them

“Our human and earthly limits, properly understood, are not confinements but rather inducements to fullness of relationship and meaning. Perhaps our most serious cultural loss in recent centuries is the knowledge that some things, though limited, are inexhaustible. If we always have a theoretically better substitute available from somebody or someplace else, we will never make the most of anything…

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