Earth Angels and Lightworkers

We are all spiritual beings of light, but not everyone is deemed a Lightworker or an Earth Angel. Earth angels are born into the physical world to become beacons for humanity and the earth to help spread light, love and peace. Earth angels are known as evolved spiritual beings and highly evolved souls who've spent … Continue reading Earth Angels and Lightworkers

Cutting Cords with Archangels

We are all connected through vibrational energy, and we refer to 'connected' by way of etheric or psychic energy cords. But what are these invisible cords, and how can we eliminate them to help release an energy connection we prefer not to keep within us?   We must practice the art of cutting these cords, … Continue reading Cutting Cords with Archangels

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Clearing with Selenite

Today I want to talk about the crystal - Selenite. You may remember I mentioned this stone in my LAST POST on energy clearing. So today I thought I'd follow up that post with getting more into this wonderful tool for clearing.   What is Selenite? Selenite is part of the quartz family, a crystalized … Continue reading Clearing with Selenite

Empathic Shielding and Energy Clearing

  How to avoid being drained by energy suckers with shielding and tools to aid in clearing   As empaths we absorb thoughts, feelings, and emotions of others. We are highly sensitive to energies, people, places, and nature. For those of us who are empaths and often find ourselves being caught up in people’s orbits … Continue reading Empathic Shielding and Energy Clearing

Rites of Passage: Seeing beyond fear

We are all afraid of something.

There are the fears of the everyday world, from arachnophobia to a fear of the dark, and the deeper fears of the personality, that play upon the mind and heart.

What purpose might such fears serve, beyond protecting us from potentially harmful situations?

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A weekend with the Silent Eye

Derbyshire, UK

Friday 13th – Sunday 15th September 2019

We are all afraid of something.

There are the fears of the everyday world, from arachnophobia to a fear of the dark, and the deeper fears of the personality, that play upon the mind and heart.

What purpose might such fears serve, beyond protecting us from potentially harmful situations?

How have our ancestors addressed such fears across the centuries? Can we learn from the past a way to see beyond our fears to a future lit by serenity and hope?

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The Last of the Scottish Orca’s

More news on the Orca front. Please help by supporting the organisations listed. ❤

Celtic Soul Craft

                                Orca with the Isle of Eigg in the background and the peaks of Rum in the distance.                                                        Click photo for source – Wilderness Scotland

It’s been an emotional journey following the lives of Tahlequah, her calf, and her pod in their heartfelt grief ritual. Killer whales are one of the most widely distributed species, although many of the individual pods are severely threatened. The International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) is a nonprofit group which maintains the ‘Red List”  a global list of endangered and threatened wildlife. While they haven’t put killer whales on the list many individual pods of orca are facing…

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The Rebirth of Grief

Tahlequah has finally let go, her ritual of mourning is completed. ❤

Celtic Soul Craft

Swimming With Tahlequah

Last night under a dark moon Tahlequah said her final goodbye to her calf. In her closing gesture, she let go. Maybe she glanced down as that little body disappeared into the dark depths. To us humans, the dark depths of the sea hold so many secrets, hold so many fears and unspoken experiences, things we shove away to the dark recesses. How do orca view the dark deep of the ocean for they cannot reach those depths.

Like them, we are emotional creatures, moved by the pull and release of the moon and go through our own emotional tides. All life came from the oceans and before that the stars. Last night in the final gesture of her ritual meteors rained down from a dark sky. Perhaps this great mother looked up or saw the falling light reflected on the water’s surface.

She carried her calf one…

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Swimming With Tahlequah

We must add our voices to helping sing loud my sisters. ❤

Celtic Soul Craft

Tahlequah

Most folks by now have heard the story of Tahlequah, the young orca whale whose calf only lived a very short time after birth before she died. She was last spotted was spotted two days ago which marks her grief ritual of 17 days long of carrying her dead calf.

You’d need a stone heart not to be moved by this and her story and grief speaks deeply to me. It speaks to the woman who keens, the woman who honors the need for death rituals, our human need for ritual and ceremony. It also speaks to me as a Human Ecologist, the activist who know it is us humans who have created this chain of environmental events which has accumulated to cause the starving condition of this pod and their poor birth rate.

It’s been interesting to see the reaction of people to this story from animal communicators…

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Diving Into the Realms of Infinite Possibilities

Sue Dreamwalker invites us into the journey of the new dawn.   Diving into The Realms of Infinite Possibilities by Sue Dreamwalker in Awakening in the Sleepless Zone, Earth Changes, Mind Body & Spirit, Short Stories. Tags: Awareness, Earth Mother, Energies, Enlightenment, love,Mass Consciousness, meditation, Peace, Puzzle., The Woman, thoughts,transformation., Truth, Unity, world, Wormwood   The woman entered the silence once more, as she dived deeper into the realms of possibilities.  The pieces of the Jigsaw she … Continue reading Diving Into the Realms of Infinite Possibilities

Getting personal

The Silent Eye Workshop

The Silent Eye

This weekend saw the monthly meeting of the Silent Eye in the north of England… a time when we reconnect, share and explore ideas and discuss plans for the four workshops we run every year. Work is already well under way for Lord of the Deep, the April workshop, which will explore the Epic of Gilgamesh, one of the oldest stories known to man, but our next workshop is a far less formal affair.

These informal workshops are held at various places across the country, making them as accessible as we can to anyone who would like to come along and meet us, see what we do, and visit a variety of historic or ancient sites in the process.

Readers who have followed our adventures at previous workshops, such as the recent Giant and the Sun weekend in Dorset, will know that we manage to see and experience a…

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