Tag: The Kindred

  • The Kindred Speak Through the Tarot

    I don’t normally share the details of my daily meditation outside of one of my weekly recaps. But today, I’m making an exception.

  • My Altar: A First View

    My altar is my Cathedral. It is the place where I go each morning to worship, to pray, to meditate. I make my altar new with each ritual I perform, infuse it with more of my essence, my intention, my magic. There is fire on my altar. There is water on my altar. There is […]

  • To Be Seven Again – Update

    UPDATE 1/4/11 After speaking with my ┬áhusband, the one personal who knows intimately what I can and cannot juggle, I’ve decided to remove my name from the ballot. Childlike excitement aside, this position should be filled by someone who knows that they can commit the time, and I can’t do that. I can offer my […]

  • Daily Devotionals: Getting off the page

    Reading a ritual off a page is awkward. The words are missing the fire of inspiration, at least that’s how it felt to me on my first and second day of my morning devotional. Today, I made a change.

  • Sincerity in the Face of Drought

    When I was a part of the Christian church, I was called to have faith in my beliefs. That faith was offered up as a bit of sustenance to get me through spiritual drought. I’m reminded of that drought now, but what I’m experiencing these days is less an absence of spirit and more an absence of community.