The Aura Energy Field

The aura is an energy field that surrounds and penetrates the human body. Clairvoyants and healers describe it as an egg-shaped field of lights and colors. The aura extends beyond the body anywhere from a few inches to several feet. A special type of photography called Kirlian photography has even been able to capture the … Continue reading The Aura Energy Field

The Auric Levels, The Divine Plane

Auras can be seen with the eyes open. It can also be seen psychically with the eyes closed. It is best seen under soft light. Look beyond the object, and not focus on the object. Aura is observed more prominently around the hands, between the shoulders, neck, and head. Those who see aura mostly observe … Continue reading The Auric Levels, The Divine Plane

Quaoar – The Sacredness of Life

The Astronomy and Astrology of Quaoar Quaoar (pronounced kwah-whar) was the name given to the "creation force" by the Native American Tongva tribe who were the original inhabitants of the Los Angeles basin in Southern California—several thousand years ago when the LA basin was a vast and lush willow forest. According to legend, Quaoar, "came … Continue reading Quaoar – The Sacredness of Life

Sacred, Spiritual Nature

I do not really need experts telling me that being in nature contributes to a sense of well-being - but I'm happy to see that this concept is gaining traction and press. From the age of nine or 10, I regularly ran past the placid horses in the pasture, across the brook where red-winged blackbirds … Continue reading Sacred, Spiritual Nature

Hike Like A Woman: Breaking Barriers to Empower Women Outdoors | Travel Wyoming. That’s WY

Travel a section of Wyoming's Continental Divide Trail with Rebecca Walsh, founder of Hike Like A Woman. Source: Hike Like A Woman: Breaking Barriers to Empower Women Outdoors | Travel Wyoming. That's WY Rebecca Walsh stands on a section of the Continental Divide Trail between the Battlepass and Deep Jack trailheads in southern Wyoming, taking … Continue reading Hike Like A Woman: Breaking Barriers to Empower Women Outdoors | Travel Wyoming. That’s WY

Slavic Winter Divination and Fortune Telling Practices

12 Popular Christmas Plants

Plants such as holly, ivy, and mistletoe had been used in celebrations long before the advent of Christianity and the Christmas celebrations we know today. Evergreens were used to ward off evil spirits and celebrate new growth during the Winter Solstice Festival as early as ancient times. As Christian traditions became prevalent in western Europe, … Continue reading 12 Popular Christmas Plants

Christmas Rose

COMMON NAME:  Christmas Rose GENUS:  Helleborus Species, Hybrids, Cultivars: H. niger "Angustifolius"-small flowering, pure white form. H.n. "Praecox"-blooms September-February. H.n. "Major," H.n. "Multiflorus"-smaller flowers. FAMILY:  Ranunculaceae BLOOMS: Winter TYPE: Perennial DESCRIPTION: This plant, which grows to a height of 12 to 8 inches, has interesting evergreen leaves that are slightly toothed and divided into seven to … Continue reading Christmas Rose

December Gemstone: Turquoise

Every stone and crystal has different metaphysical properties depending on what book or website you look to—so when I make my bracelet formulations I go through all the books I can find looking for properties that are mentioned multiple times in different cultures. The property that pops up the most is the one I use—and … Continue reading December Gemstone: Turquoise

Herbal Academy Updates.

The Herbal Academy just announced they will be closing course registration for the Introductory, Intermediate, and all herbalist packages on January 7th until further notice as they undergo some website improvements. No return date has been announced yet on these programs so hurry to enroll before these classes are no longer available! Their annual Holiday … Continue reading Herbal Academy Updates.