Aleister Crowley was a complicated figure. People either love him or hate him. He really riled people up in the occult community. Everyone has their opinions on him. His peers couldn't stand him. Still he was able to garner a huge following, one that is still around today. I got to thinking about this … Continue reading The Wickedest Man in the World.
Geburah, the Sephira most people experience discontent with. It does not share its pleasant connotations like those of its other half Chesed. It can seem cold, brutal, uncomfortable, even destructive at its worst. It an essential part of our lives. Geburah serves a very important purpose. It is the adjustment in our lives when things … Continue reading Geburah – The Sphere of Adjustment
This is more of a personal post. I've had a lot going on lately. Sometimes life throws the whole book at you. My absence has not been due to negligence. I find blogging very relaxing. It allows me to connect with others with shared interests. I just haven't had the time to sit down and … Continue reading Big Changes Can Be Hard
Life is filled with forks in the road. That is undeniable. Everyday we are faced with decisions - from the most mundane to life changing. How can we know that we are making the right choices? How do we know that our intuition is leading us in the right direction? I suppose ultimately we can't … Continue reading Finding the Will Within
I have returned from my business trip. It feels so good to be back home. I hate traveling for business. I was in San Diego and did not have a single opportunity to see anything other than the hotel I was staying in. My whole routine gets disturbed. I'm a homebody and creature of habit. … Continue reading Finding Time for Magic
Dictionary.com lists 25 definitions of the spirit, here are just a few: the principle of conscious life; the vital principle in humans, animating the body or mediating between body and soul. the incorporeal part of humans: present in spirit though absent in body. an attitude or principle that inspires, animates, or pervades thought, feeling, or … Continue reading Tarot and the Spirit
Above is my ancestral altar. The majority of it is dedicated to my grandmother. She brought me home from the hospital when I was born and raised me as her own. I did not know my mother or father until later in my teens. My father did come around more as my grandmother was his … Continue reading My Ancestral Altar