“I’m tired of being the better person,” I whined into the phone to my mother.
A guided meditation series through the seven chakras to harness your power for transformation.
Once, as a child, I remember waking up in a power outage. My room, bereft of the street light filtering in through the tiny basement window, was the darkest I had ever seen.
This holiday season is supposed to be one where witches get to come out to play. But around the world, many real witches are still hiding in the broom closet. In Canada, the number of people who openly identify with a pagan faith has been steadily on the rise.
If you are trying to practice more yoga off the mat, non-violence is the place to start.
When most of us think about yoga we typically picture flexible bodies performing a series of poses, striving to reach new physical achievements. But how often do we consider how yoga can offer us a more flexible mind, or reaching new heights of spiritual experience?
The rules and regulations of Wicca have always felt foreign to me, even as an eager sixteen-year-old babywitch devouring every new age book I could get my hands on and trying desperately to find a path I could call my own.
It’s 100 degrees and the sweat is pouring. Outside the hall, the sun is beating down on the high, thatched-palm roof. Though we are perched high on a cliff overlooking the ocean, the sea breeze doesn’t penetrate the screens keeping the mosquitoes at bay.
I’m sitting at a bus stop on the side of a busy city street, having stumbled from the mall into the sunlight, head in my hands. I’m hungry, stressed out, stiff and sore, but mostly I’m overwhelmed. I just want to crawl back to my couch and hide behind my computer.
“The beauty you see in me is a reflection of you.” – Vanna Bonta If there is one thing about travel that really puts the ache in my bones, it’s being out of sync with the clock.