Posted in Epiphany, Human Rights, Perspective

Avalon Walking

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I am Avalon walking. I am a bridge between the peoples. I am the joy of love and laughter. I serve community and balance. I serve to heal the rifts between previous judgments and current reality. I serve courage and compassion. I serve God, Goddess and Godex. I will see ALL the people treated with fairness and love. In the unlikely path of Athena and Hades, I love both dearly and serve them with a spirit of justice and refuge, peace and recuperation. I hope to build the formation of fellowships that give way to better understanding between the people of this world.

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Posted in Astrology, Epiphany, Ministry

Doing Nineth house work when it’s Empty

Every time I come across someone doing readings online, I’m always curious what Deity has to say about my path work.

There are so many paths out before me, that I find myself paralyzed by the inability to make a choice because I am terrified of getting it wrong, and I’m worried that my ideas to help and to spread knowledge has more to do with ego than helping people. Can we say past religious and spiritual teacher trauma?

I worry about the colonialism inherent in my perspective growing up white on Turtle Island (North America) will do more harm than good. Sharing my healing journey feels like tooting my own horn, and building myself a platform, elevating myself and setting myself up as a false prophetess. Can we say lifelong trauma, depression, anxiety, CPTSD and till recently untreated ADHD?

The root of this, as I sit with the uncomfortable feeling is fear that I have nothing to add to the conversation. That my voice, white presenting, female, fat… has no place at the table.

So I sit here drowning in inaction. I am passionate about exposing white supremacy in Wiccan and pagan spaces. I am passionate about healing. I am passionate that solitary path-workers, are just as important and deserve a place and space to offer their voice or word to the ongoing conversation that is the evolving spirituality of becoming re-naturalized to the earth and moving towards nature centered work that is effective, ethical and equitable.

The work seems overwhelming and my scope unfocused. I’ve been awash in ideas, all unrealized for years now. I happened to be on the clock app this morning and a creator, another path-worker shared some insight as the live feed was generating its own energy – insight for the spectators as well as the practitioner / host. In that space it was shared that perhaps the idea, task, project, path does not need to be so categorized.

One of the tidbits that was mentioned, in the group that had gathered was to examine our own birth charts for the 9th house and the relation to the moon to that house.

My 9th house, is empty. The 9th house has to do with our search for meaning, spirituality, awareness and exploration.

My moon however is hanging out in the 6th house which has to do with service, self improvement, and the state of our health.

So… the absolutely funny thing for me is that I am stuck between how I am going to serve the community, and share my healing journey so that perhaps one person somewhere along the way will not hurt as I have, will not feel alone as I have, and perhaps might find their joy more easily than I.

Its no wonder to me, that I struggle to define all that I feel about spirit work when the 9th house is empty?!?

Some people say that the empty house can indicate that these lessons are not work that you are pulled to explore by spirit / choose at reincarnation.

I do not know what I think about it all. However, I am going to work on speaking, in words, voice.. something. I’d be curious to hear what astrology witches have to say about empty houses in your chart if you happen to know of published work, or your own two cents I find myself greatly curious cause I have quite a few empty houses and I have not yet experienced the personal ring of truth for how that can pluck the strings of fate in my life.

Credit to Peachkka for hosting the space that allowed this realization to come into the light.

Posted in Divination, Prosperity, Uncategorized

Wheel of the Year for Skyfae: January

So on the first of the year I pulled 12 cards to help outline areas that may need my special attention in the year ahead, one for each month of the year. Each month I will draw three more cards to focus on the Mind, Body & Spirit of that particular month.

Here are my cards for this month.   If you are interested in a monthly reading subscription feel free to message me.  As my special 2019 gratitude to you is every comment will receive a free one card reading till January 6th at 6pm (Pacific).

Much love and prosperity for the new year!

 

Posted in Ministry, Perspective, Prosperity

Paths to Prosperity

Merriam-Webster defines prosperity as the condition of being successful or thriving; especially: economic well being’.

In my experience the modern definition of prosperity is only ‘economic well being’.  We are missing the first part of the definition to be inclusive of every kind of success which is simply defined in part as ‘turning out well’.

Turning out well.

That’s it? Simply turning out well indicates success, which indicates prosperity? This doesn’t match up with my distorted cognitive thought processes at all.

You mean it’s not in the careers we enter into, or the cars we drive, or the wardrobe we can afford, or the fancy dinners we eat, or the homes we live in?

I’m finding myself overwhelmed by societies definition of success, which also means that if I do not feel I’m successful then I must be failing. Then I have to remind myself, yet again, that perspective is not a mathematical equation. Just because you feel one is true, does not mean the inverse is true as well and should not be taken as FACT.

I am a minister. I work to support my spiritual family and its work to share meaningful personal religious experiences and emotional evolution of the spiritual self. This is not a path that lends its self well to a 9-5 job, a dedicated money making career, or the popular views on what makes us successful.

In the Pagan path, our religious houses are still very new.  They are not as well developed as our Abrahamic brethren whose religious organizations can better support its ministry staff. We are still trying to break through that stage of growth so those who dedicate themselves to our communities can do so and still thrive (or at least have enough for groceries, maybe holiday, or continuing education).

Therefore, as I struggle with my own means of support (tarot readings, writing, reiki healing, crafts, house cleaning, administrative work) I do not perceive success in the way that society has told me it is measured (in cars, homes, or the money in your bank account).

This leaves me feeling like a failure which leaves no room to manifest success, or prosperity, or joy. It’s a terrible cycle that almost demands a childlike optimism to overcome.

No matter what happens, my needs will be met.

There’s a lot of faith in that statement, and I have tried to hold that close in my heart over the years. While materialistically I’m destitute by modern standards I am prosperous in the actual meaning of the word.

“Understanding definitions can help us better understand our own boundaries which help create the foundation for our own joy. ” -Misty Taylor

May you always know how to best define your personal joy, your prosperity and your success.