The purpose of "The WTFs of Astrology" is to ease us into astrology. I'm not throwing out all the big words and going into minor things that are too much to understand. I'm explaining how to figure out the things that affect us the most.
I’m a former minister, turned virtual assistant, turned graphic designer, content manager,(can you say multipassionate?) and current taro reader, spiritual coach, and metaphysical boutique and community owner.
But you know what? Life is bigger than labels and titles, isn’t it?
Maybe you feel the same way wondering how and where all the pieces fit together, and where YOUR purpose is in all of it.
Have you ever had a specific card pop up in almost ALL your readings? Like for whatever reason, it keeps coming up? You can even redo the entire reading and that pesky card still shows up!! So what does this mean?
Incense is a powerful and popular spiritual tool that can be used at your altar, during your meditation practice, and with your spellwork. It represents the element of Air, so when you are invoking the elements, this is the perfect tool to have.
Most people don’t realize that there are a few different types of incense that can be used! This blog post serves to share the 5 types of incense you can use and even a hot tip on making your own. Believe it or not, it’s actually pretty easy to make your own!
Follow along as I perform my ritual with the Full Moon Lunar Eclipse in Capricorn using the tools from The Oracle Box. See how each tool is used from incense resin, EMF candles, Florida water, and learn to make black salt.
Over the years, I have noticed many of my spiritual friends, those who do not follow a particular religion or faith set, tend to speak a lot about meditation, work to clear their spiritual aura, and cleansing their energy. Still, they often leave out the idea of prayer.
I was victim of copycat syndrome for a long time. I knew what goals I had for myself and my business, however, I saw other more successful people and thought "what if I just do what they're doing? Maybe that'll work for me!" and guess what? It didn't.