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sequence4:

Webs (by - David Olsson -)

sequence4:

Webs (by - David Olsson -)

159 notes   •   October 21 2014, 11:50 AM   •   VIA   •   SOURCE
#alfadraumar   #queue   
enchanting-autumn:

mid-autumn festival moon by jmtimages on Flickr.

enchanting-autumn:

mid-autumn festival moon by jmtimages on Flickr.

2,564 notes   •   October 21 2014, 11:50 AM   •   VIA   •   SOURCE

I am learning every day to allow the space between where I am and where I want to be to inspire me and not terrify me.

 - Tracee Ellis Ross (via distiringly)  (via krysztofowicz)
15,374 notes   •   October 21 2014, 11:48 AM   •   VIA   •   SOURCE

Raise your hand if you work with and are knowledgeable in herb uses and are pen to an ask.

bibliophilicwitch:

and by “raise your hand” I mean like this post. please and thank you! :3

Reblogging to signal boost. I am not knowledgable in herbs, like, at all.

27 notes   •   October 21 2014, 12:57 AM   •   VIA   •   SOURCE
devoteeofpoppies:

sofiajournals:

devoteeofpoppies:

sofiajournals:

constantine-spiritworker:

Wow I feel like there needs to be a tarot spread made from this

Please

It is a tarot spread basically! Just put cards where each of the circles are, cards for the intersections, and one in the middle for overall purpose! A 9 card spread.

I think, in a simplistic way, it could also be read with four cards, and the overlaps are just which cards you read together? Ven diagram the cards.

For me, it would be easier to actually lay out cards for the overlaps, with the “overlap” card being more of a one word suggestion to help facilitate the interpretation. It could even be done with two different decks. Maybe even one of the situations where Lenormand could be used as more of an oracle deck, with single words on the cards as overlaps.
It has a lot of possibilities!

^ legitimately what I was thinking about doing get out of my head :P just kidding there’s room for everyone

devoteeofpoppies:

sofiajournals:

devoteeofpoppies:

sofiajournals:

constantine-spiritworker:

Wow I feel like there needs to be a tarot spread made from this

Please

It is a tarot spread basically! Just put cards where each of the circles are, cards for the intersections, and one in the middle for overall purpose! A 9 card spread.

I think, in a simplistic way, it could also be read with four cards, and the overlaps are just which cards you read together? Ven diagram the cards.

For me, it would be easier to actually lay out cards for the overlaps, with the “overlap” card being more of a one word suggestion to help facilitate the interpretation. It could even be done with two different decks. Maybe even one of the situations where Lenormand could be used as more of an oracle deck, with single words on the cards as overlaps.

It has a lot of possibilities!

^ legitimately what I was thinking about doing get out of my head :P just kidding there’s room for everyone

800 notes   •   October 21 2014, 12:40 AM   •   VIA   •   SOURCE

universalhealer that’s a good question, let me look back over the program tomorrow and let you know!

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Don’t judge yourself by your past. You don’t live there anymore.

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Wow I feel like there needs to be a tarot spread made from this

Wow I feel like there needs to be a tarot spread made from this

800 notes   •   October 21 2014, 12:12 AM   •   VIA   •   SOURCE

By the way, if you haven’t already, I strongly recommend checking out the Certified Metaphysical Practitioner course offered by Moondaughter. I haven’t made it all the way through the program yet, but I have to say I’m incredibly, incredibly pleased with how everything has come together thus far.

I’m often asked what sort of training or certification I would recommend for others who are looking to go into metaphysical business, or to increase their already existing business, or to even just learn more about the metaphysical world and practices they can use on their own. The thing is, I’ve never really been satisfied with any of the training I’ve come across. (Although truth be told, I have 2 big ones I haven’t yet finished, so I’m not counting those.) I’ve done a certified energy healing program, I’m certified in 2 types of Reiki, I’ve even earned a ghost hunting certificate, on top of doing one of Doreen Virtue’s angel card reader certifications. (You can read more about my experience and training here.)

Thus far, what I’ve observed is that this program is a very gentle, very spirit-nurturing journey of self discovery… packed neatly into a box with all downloadable content, for you to graze through at your own pace, or jump head first into if that’s your style. The material is presented in a down-to-earth way, yet, I totally feel like Marissa is the cool hippie friend I’ve always wanted. Because I’m usually the youngest in every training program I’ve participated in, I often get put off by the staunchy know-it-all vibes I have gotten from teachers. So one of the things I noticed right away in the Facebook group is that everyone, regardless of age, speaks pretty freely. There’s a lot of people at different experience levels participating this round, but I don’t feel any of the awkwardness I’ve felt in other groups similar to this. It’s extremely refreshing.

The other thing I have to say is that the material is g o r g e o u s. I’ve spent a LOT of time studying things that were bland or very poorly put together, and this entire program has held my attention so much better than anything else has. That may not be important to a lot of people, but it’s a big deal for me. My whole life I never really got into decorating things or understanding visual appeal; it’s been something I’ve worked into in the last few years. And part of what makes me feel really spiritually connected is engaging with beautiful content. This program definitely fits that bill.

Oh, and one more thing before I wrap up this post; this program is extremely reasonably priced. The content itself is easily worth between $500 and $1,000; but you can get it in 1 swoop for $88, you can sign up to receive the program weekly for $111 (to help you stay on a steady pace), or you can check out the two payment plans, to pay in 2 installments or 4. If you are interested in adding more metaphysics to your practice, and thinking about going pro, check the program out. You won’t regret it.

lunablivion:

chem0brain:

If you’re a..

  • Pagan
  • Asatruar
  • Wiccan
  • Metalhead
  • Nature
  • Dark
  • Etc, etc.

blog, I’d love to follow you back. I have 13k, slowly going to transition this blog into my main pagan and nature blog and suspend my other side blog. It would really help if you could also reblog or like this if you do follow me, so I can find more of these blogs easily.

Please help my dear friend out, he taught me nearly everything I know about paganism, and he is a very kind and loving soul.. not to mention gorgeous, no but seriously go in his tagged/me lol

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#reblog   #text   #text post   #lunablivion   
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#mschievous   #queue