Monthly Archives: September 2014

Creating Sacred Space

I really enjoyed producing this week’s video, Creating Sacred Space.  We all need to invoke Sacred Space when we are doing our highest work–whether that is healing, creating, praying, meditating or simply be-ing.   A space becomes sacred once we invite in our guides and guardians, our higher powers and/or animal spirits to aid us […]

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Monday Message: Happy Fall Equinox

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Earlier this evening I attended the wake for my next door neighbor, a woman I’ve know for as long as I can remember.  It seems fitting that it occurs today, as it is the Fall Equinox, also celebrated as Mabon.  Mabon is a time for giving thanks for what one has.  And as I sat […]

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Your Three Intuitions

We humans are naturally intuitive beings.  This means we pick up messages from Spirit and connect with Spirit on a fairly regular basis.  We get a flash of inspiration or prescience, seemingly out of nowhere.  We walk into a room and get a gut (or womb/hara) feeling about what’s going on there. We get a […]

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Monday Message: Calling All Toe Dippers . . .

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 Are you a toe dipper? All of us are . . . sometimes. Don’t know what a toe dipper is?  It’s someone who stands at the water’s edge and rather than jump in or even gingerly wade in . . . they dip their toes in the water, just to test out the waters.  They […]

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Monday Message: Reaping what you’ve sown

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Today marks the appearance of the Full Harvest Moon.  The Harvest Moon is the one closest to the equinox, which means it provides more hours of daylight during which crops can be harvested.   This year’s Harvest Moon in the sign of Pisces means that this will be a very powerful and emotional time for […]

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Monday Message: Happy Labor Day every day

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After having been a New York City public school teacher for over a decade (and now an adjunct lecturer), I have come to think of Labor Day as the day that signals going back to work–the beginning of my labors for the school year. The first Labor Day was celebrated in 1882 as a means […]

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