The Suit of Wands : Tarot Card Meanings

The suit of wands is one of four tarot suits within the Minor Arcana, which are generally corresponding with everyday events. The suit of wands is connected to the element of fire. Consider this element when you are working with wands; it is temperamental, volatile, and full of energy. The suit of wands is the source for all energy, it symbolizes human willpower. In a tarot reading, the suit of wands often represent … Continue reading The Suit of Wands : Tarot Card Meanings

What Is Shadow Work?

Shadow work is a psychological practice developed by Carl Jung that teaches you techniques to work with your shadow self to reduce the negative effects that are plaguing your life and to separate and integrate parts of yourself into a single whole. It’s meant to promote emotional healing and help you find peace with yourself. (And let’s be honest, couldn’t we all use some of … Continue reading What Is Shadow Work?

The Balance Between Yin & Yang Energies

Origins Yin and yang are concepts of energy that come from Daoism. Daoism is a Chinese philosophy and religion based on Dao, which is translated as the Way and the Middle Path. It is the belief of living in balance with the universe through effortless action.  Daoism originated in China over 2000 years ago. By 300 BC, its doctrines are codified in the Tao Te … Continue reading The Balance Between Yin & Yang Energies

The Seven Days & Their Meaning : Woden’s Day

The Seven-Day Week The Babylonians marked time with lunar months. They proscribed some activities during several days of the month, particularly the; first – the first visible crecent,seventh – the waxing half moon,fourteenth – the full moon,nineteenth – dedicated to an offended goddess,twenty-first – the waning half moon,twenty-eigth – the last visible crecent,twenty-nineth – the invisible moon, andthirtieth (possibly) – the invisible moon. The major … Continue reading The Seven Days & Their Meaning : Woden’s Day

Pesach, Easter and Ramadan 2022 : Simultaneous Celebrations

In a rare conjunction, three major holidays of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam are occurring at the same time this year. This Friday, Christians commemorate the crucifixion of Jesus, and on Sunday celebrate Easter, marking their belief in his resurrection. On Friday, Jewish people celebrate the eve of Pesach, commonly called Passover, which commemorates the exodus of the Israelites from Egypt and the end of their … Continue reading Pesach, Easter and Ramadan 2022 : Simultaneous Celebrations

Numerology 101 : the number 6

The nine single-digit numbers form the basis of numerology study, and represent the essence of order in our chaotic world. Each number has its significance, but what about the sixth one? 6 –  nurturing, artistry, humanity, and balance 66 – hope, abundance, ingenuity and positive mindset 666 – passions, responsabilities, and higher spiritual truth 6666 – stability, decisions, love and empathy It is widely accepty that … Continue reading Numerology 101 : the number 6

Nazar : The Powerful Amulet Against Evil’s Eye

Nazar is the original name for what we know as Turkish eye or Greek eye. Endowed with strange powers that humans have not yet been able to unravel, it protects against all the evil that can reach us. Now, get to know everything you need about Nazar. NAZAR: WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW Nazar Boncugu is the complete Turkish name for a powerful talisman. This talisman began … Continue reading Nazar : The Powerful Amulet Against Evil’s Eye

The Celtic Cross Tarot Spread – Exploring the Classic 10 Card Tarot Spread

Learning the basics of tarot reading If you’ve worked with the tarot before, you’ve most likely already encountered the famous Celtic Cross Tarot Spread. This well known 10 card tarot spread is flexible while also providing comprehensive answers to so many questions and topics. It is also one of the rare tarot spreads that you can use even when you don’t have a particular question to ask. … Continue reading The Celtic Cross Tarot Spread – Exploring the Classic 10 Card Tarot Spread

The Seven Hermetic Principles

Who is Hermes? “Hermes (/ˈhɜːrmiːz/; Greek: Ἑρμῆς) is an Olympian deity in ancient Greek religion and mythology. Hermes is considered the herald of the gods. He is also considered the protector of human heralds, travellers, thieves, merchants, and orators. He is able to move quickly and freely between the worlds of the mortal and the divine, aided by his winged sandals. Hermes plays the role of the psychopomp or “soul guide”—a conductor of souls into the afterlife. In myth, Hermes … Continue reading The Seven Hermetic Principles