Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Kris Franken, author of the new Call of Intuition.
As humanity awakens to a new way of living on earth, we are rediscovering the healing power of local communities.
Those who have been disconnected from in-person relationships may find it difficult to step into a community of people. Relationships are inherently challenging; however, they also create opportunities for us to learn, heal, and ultimately, grow into a higher expression of who we came here to be.
Relationships remind us of what matters. They are a mirror to our light and shadow, pointing to our luminous aspects and guiding us into deeper healing of all that is hidden.
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Danu Forest, author of Celtic Tree Magic the new Wild Magic.
Celtic magic and spirituality has, for me, always been essentially an animist path, seeing the divine in nature, and all of existence infused with spirit. It's about our relationship with our gods and the spirits in all their forms, especially the faery folk, and our relationship with the rhythms of life in the natural world. The land where we are, the life that surrounds us, the spirits of trees and rivers, fire and storm, animals and ancestors—these are the sources of our magic and our wisdom. Celtic magic is a path that has its bones in the wild hills and deep forests, but
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Alana Fairchild, author of numerous books and oracle decks, including the new Angelic Lightwork and Kali Oracle.
Numerically, 2020 is a 4 year, which is the number of foundations. The 4 frequency can show us where we are out of alignment, helping us recognize what isn't working in our lives and our world. If we can bear the discomfort of that knowledge, a healing crisis can become the breakthrough we need to put us firmly on a better and brighter path.
The base chakra and Kali Ma—the divine goddess who governs the base chakra—share sacred resonance with the number 4.
The base chakra is the place where we store and experience our
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Stephen Lancaster, author of Haunted World War II and the new Norman 2.
We've all heard the stories about the dog that followed somebody home. In the paranormal field, we often hear of the stories about the ghost that did the same. But what causes that attachment? Is it purposeful or is it involuntary? Or is it due to something we can explain scientifically?
I do believe in some cases it is purposeful and with motive, but for the sake of this blog post, I am going to offer up another plausible cause.
In my twenty-three years of research, I have experienced this a handful of times. I refer to the ghost that followed you home as a form of