Yemaya, Mother of All Living Things Yemaya is an Ocean Goddess, the Mother of All Living Things and protector of women from the Yoruba and Santeria traditions. She is also a fertility goddess and protector of fisherman. Without water there is no life and she is revered as the feminine principal of creation. I became […]
This is going to be a brief list of correspondences for the element of Earth. There are many more than this, but this is a good start.
Color– green, brown or black
Animals– buffalo, stag, cow, ox, most four legged animals that go by night.
Elemental Beings– gnomes, elves, dwarves and trolls.
Astrological Signs– Capricorn, Taurus and Virgo
Deities– Cernunnos, Pan, Arawn, Osiris, Anu, Ceres, Cerridwen, Demeter, Persephone.
Herbs/Plants/Trees– ash, comfrey, ivy, grass, oak, grains.
Crystals– hematite, black tourmaline, black obsidian, quartz.
Places on the Earth– caves, canyon, forests, valleys.
Kitchen Magic– The element of earth in the kitchen is represented by the food we eat.
Offerings– bread, salt, crystals.
Moon Phase- Waning
Magical Tools– Pentacle
Properties– This is the Element of endurance, stability, grounding and…
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What does it mean to Create Sacred Space?
Creating Sacred Space meanings you’re sending away all negative influences, energy, etc. and inviting in positive influences, energy, etc.
The negative energy can be as simple as the yuck still on you from the argument you had with your boss earlier in the day or as complicated as a negative spirit come to stay for awhile. Some of this energy is harder to get rid of than others. For this blog, I’m just going to talk about cleansing space for ritual.
This is the process of burning specific herbs that have the power to spiritually cleanse a person, place or thing. I use sage, but there are several others that will do the trick: cedar, palo santo, sweetgrass, or frankincense and myrrh (together). There are others, but these are the herbs I’ve used the most over the years.
There are many…
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Summer is on the way and it’s the perfect time to get planting, these up-cycled planters add a pop of colour with the Washi tape and are also the perfect way to use old tin cans.
What you will Need
Nail & Hammer
Cream Paint & Paintbrush
How to Make
Wash and clean your tins and remove the labels, turn them upside down and use a nail and hammer to make 3 holes in the bottom of the can, this will let the excess water drain away.
Paint your tins with a coat of light coloured paint, this stage is optional but will allow the Washi tape designs to be seen easier.
Wrap the lengths of Washi tape around the tin, working from the top to the bottom.
Paint your tins with two coats of outdoor varnish, inside and out, leave to dry
Pot your plants…
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“Happiness is not something you postpone for the future; it is something you design for the present.” -Jim Rohn I’ve had this jumpsuit for over…
Source: Wide leg floral jumpsuit
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