Romanian Divine Feminines: Baba Dochia, Sânzianele and Drăgaica

Who was Baba Dochia? The playful bringer of Spring, the wise witch who manipulates the weather, and cheekily blesses us either with warm sunlit skies or sudden flukes of snow, Baba Dochia is a mythical female figure that is celebrated each year in March in Romania. Not she is not the equivalent of Baba Yaga, … More Romanian Divine Feminines: Baba Dochia, Sânzianele and Drăgaica

Reading ‘The Final Gift of the Beloved’ by Barron Steffen & Reflecting on the Loss of Love

It’s easy to say I couldn’t put this book down. It’s harder however to deal with its topic: the sudden loss of a loved one. This is why it took me some time to write about my experience of reading it. The book begins with the dramatic account of how the author, Barron Steffen, found … More Reading ‘The Final Gift of the Beloved’ by Barron Steffen & Reflecting on the Loss of Love

Reading Darlene Green’s ‘In Service to Love Book 1’

This isn’t just a book, it’s a warm hug. While reading it I experienced a soothing sense of mental ease, like I was gently coasting through each page rather than analytically examining it’s content. It reads slowly, but beautifully and it inspires you to seek for light in your surrounding reality. Darlene Greene, a healer … More Reading Darlene Green’s ‘In Service to Love Book 1’

Auto-Spellcraft

In this post I aim to share with you some ideas for spells you can do yourself, as a form of release-work or cleansing of past, toxic energy – this is what I mean by ‘auto-spellcraft’, ways in which you can bless your life to make it more abundant and wholesome by transmuting energy. Because … More Auto-Spellcraft