What’s it all about?… It’s about embracing the feminine divine. It’s about matriarchal divinity and the mysteries revealed. It’s about connecting with the feminine aspect of Spirit. It’s about connecting with 45 goddesses from around the world! — Cultural Appropriation… Bring it on! I’m an American; I’m a blend of numerous cultures and peoples with every generational step back I take… from parents, to grandparents, to great-grandparents, great-great grandparents, and beyond. It’s all about learning how to incorporate Spirit into our lives; it’s about learning to love ourselves and feed our egos with healthy affirmations. It’s about self-empowerment; it’s about learning to empower and support each other!
Listen to the following radio interview for an in-depth discussion on these topics and more!
You’ll find all of this and more in my book,
The Spiritual Feminist
Good morning, World! I start today off with an email from my publisher ~ “The Gray Witch’s Grimoire” has broken another sales barrier! Whoop! These milestones are happy events that make all those weeks and months of working on a book worth-while and satisfying! Below are links to purchase this book at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or directly from Moon Books.
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My book The Spiritual Feminist is ranked #170 in the Goddess category at Amazon right now… Not too shabby! Woot!
I stumbled upon this information by accident today when I was updating my FB pages. The numbers at Amazon are in a constant state of flux and change, so I don’t really keep track of this information intentionally, but I might pay closer attention now. This book has its own Facebook page (as all of my books do): https://www.facebook.com/thespiritualfeminist?ref=hl
“So many people throughout my life have told me who I am, what I must do, what I can’t do, what I have to complete, and what I will never be able to accomplish, and then I met the Goddess.” (From The Spiritual Feminist) …The Spiritual Feminist empowers today’s modern woman through the Goddess, connecting her to ancient matriarchal divinity and spiritual practices which invoke this energy.
The major arcana card, The Sun, reeks of happiness; but sometimes this happiness comes at a price, and sometimes it comes after a long period of intense seeking and personal revelations. There is virtually no fairy tales in real life with happy ever after endings and stagnant heroes and heroines who remain frozen in one perfect moment of time and space. And this is not the artificial kind of “happiness” that the tarot card, The Sun, represents. It has more depth than that.
A moment of happiness snatched from the teeth of sorrow is much more profound, with a much larger impact on the human psyche, than a life lived in one eternal “Leave it to Beaver” episode. And that’s what this tarot card is all about.
Source: this blog post is a brief excerpt from
“Tarot: A Witch’s Journey”
Here’s mine. Would you like to share something about yours?… a comment, or a photo, or a video? When did you start it? What kinds of things do you add to it? How do you organize it? What are your future plans for it? Who are you going to pass it to? Do you let people see it, or are you very secretive about it? What inspires you?
It’s been a ridiculously hectic week, and I’m kind of sorta’ proud of myself for coming through in the middle of a raging achy cold, what my grandmother would call “a case of the cruds”.
I’ve been sick since last Friday, went to work on Monday, came home and started editing a manuscript at 5pm, for my very first book that was published in 2010 by Labyrinth House, Tarot: A Witch’s Journey. I contacted my editor for this book who was excited and gracious, and immediately acknowledged the return of my copyright. (Yay! First hurdle accomplished!). The next thing to do was to bring this manuscript up and start the tedious, very non-fun part of writing called editing. Ugh. But I was driven with determination and a lot of excitement experienced through a haze of some really awesome cold medicine. (Did I say that?)
Many hours later, it was 2am to be exact, I clicked the final magnificent Amazon KDP button that says in bold and very dramatic letters, “Click to Publish”. It was kind of amazing, and I felt kind of like I was clicking something life-changing, like an executioner who pulls the switch. (That might be two really different things, but I imagine a huge adrenaline rush with either one.) Omg, that done, I flopped into bed with a terrific headache and the knowledge that the gods at Amazon would do the rest.
I’m so proud to show you the cover of the book that I gave birth to (again), without any anesthetic, mind you. And just as all new mothers say, “It was well worth any pain or discomfort.” And would I do it again? “Hell, yes!”, all new mothers say, cradling thier precious in their arms, glowing with their accomplishement, a little giddy from all the hormones.