The Pink Full Moon

Image Credit: Farmer's Almanac.com The full Pink Moon peaks this weekend on Sunday, April 29, at 8:58 p.m. EDT. The Pink Moon gets its name from the pink blossoms that grow in profusion during early spring called ground phlox. Click here to learn more from the Farmer's Almanac. Creeping ground phlox, Image Credit: Pinterest.com In …

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Unicorns & Ascension

Lately, I've been thinking about unicorns. It all started a few months ago when I wrote a flash fiction piece about finding the remains of a real unicorn. You can read that here: The Dig. Then, last week I came across an article that took my breath away. Here's the link: Siberian Unicorn Fossil Discovered …

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How To Create A Beautiful Oracle Deck In 8 Steps — The Traveling Witch

"An Oracle deck is a series of cards with images or words on them that can be used for divination, goal-setting, to lift your mood, or to connect with your intuition or a higher power. There is power in creating something inspired by your intuition. Intention is the “secret sauce” behind..." Click the link below to …

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Soul Work – Week Beginning 4/22/18, Three Rune Spread, “Perth, Gebo, & Teiwaz” – Messages from the Runes

This week’s Soul Work and three runes spread reads from right to left: Perth (Reversed) (pg. 103), Gebo (pg. 95), and Teiwaz  (pg. 120) The Book of Runes, by Ralph H. Blum. I selected these Rune Stones on Sunday, April 22, 2018, for the week ahead. “The three rune spread reads from right to left. The …

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Dreamcatcher

Dreamcatchers

What is a dream catcher? Are you familiar with dream catchers? Do you know their purpose? I have two dream catchers, one each hangs off of mine and my husband's lampshade in our bedroom. When I first saw one and was fascinated at what the purpose of a dream catcher was and wondered how it worked, …

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Earth Day 2018: When is Earth Day? | Activities & History | The Old Farmer’s Almanac

Today is EARTH DAY! What will you do to celebrate our planet? Earth Day celebrates the natural beauty of our planet, and it reminds us of what we can do to keep it healthy. Learn about the history of Earth Day, common Earth Day activities, and when this holiday occurs. Source: Earth Day 2018: When …

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Shadow Work: How to Let Your Demons Guide You (Without Going Crazy) ⋆ LonerWolf

That damaged part of you that you hide from the world - it needs healing too! Learn how to heal yourself through Shadow Work. ❤ "We ALL carry demons inside. Shadow work is the attempt to uncover everything that we have disowned and rejected within our Shadow Selves. Our Shadow Self is our darker half, …

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Insomnia and Putting Your Finger Up Your Nose

Empaths get worn out easily. Sarah shares her Sunday thoughts with some great links too! ❤

Lemon Shark

Did I say “up”? I meant “on”. Shameful trickery. ThoughtBubble

I have insomnia. I’ve tried everything. And although I (rightfully) complain when I have a cold, I am secretly happy at the end of the day because I get to take NyQuil, which helps me fall asleep.

This time of year can be extra joyful and stressful. So here’s a tip I’m thrilled to share with my fellow insomniacs and stressed-out peeps. Are you ready?

Breathe.

I’m not being cheeky—it’s special breathing.

This special kind of breathing, Pranayama, has been around for thousands of years. I’ve known about it for at least ten years and have used it for calming and de-stressing but I’ve only just started using it at night to fall asleep.

Clearly, I’m not sitting with a straight spine and smiling like you’re supposed to—slumped on my pillow with an I-can’t-sleep frown—and yet, magic! It still works.

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Happy Vaisakhi everyone!

HAPPY VAISAKHI TO ONE AND ALL! Many thanks to Ritu for sharing this blessed holiday with us. ❤

But I Smile Anyway...

It is Vaisakhi today, an event with several meanings to different cultures and religions.

Happy Vaisakhi Happy Vaisakhi

It is celebrated by Hindus and Buddhists as part of welcoming the new solar year in.

But it is extremely important to the Punjabi community and the Sikh religion.  The time of Vaisakhi, or Baisakhi, as some say it, is a traditional harvest festival, and as the Punjab is a large farming area, it is a cause for celebration, when the crops are harvested, people dance, and have fun, they do Bhangra, sing and dance, and generally celebrate the freedom they will now have, after a successful (hopefully) harvest. But before all this fun and laughter, they use this time to pray, and thank God for the good harvest, and to pray for the future crops too.

As a Sikh it holds a great importance too.  Way back in 1699, our 10th Guru, Guru Gobind…

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