Coming Out of the Broom Closet – Introduction

Over the past few months, I’ve been working with the idea of holding silence. Through this work, I found myself thinking about the process of coming out. As a gay man, the process of coming out has been something that I’ve dealt with several times. The first time was difficult, but now I find that… Continue reading Coming Out of the Broom Closet – Introduction

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Calming the Storm

I am a typical Leo. I have a flair for the dramatic, am insanely loyal, and have a fiery temper. The latter gets me in trouble quite a bit. Even when there is a valid reason for my anger, I don’t always communicate that effectively. Instead, I lash out and say things I regret. In… Continue reading Calming the Storm

The Demonic Tea Party

In an effort to add something new to my shadow work, I asked a few friends for suggestions. They suggested I invite my demons to a tea party. Before we begin, there are two things I want to clarify: The demons I write about here, are not actual demons. For me, I refer to unhelpful… Continue reading The Demonic Tea Party

My Word for the Year – 2019 Addition

I’ve been continuously inspired by two people in my life. (Note – this sounds like I’ve only been inspired by two people and that’s not the case. Two people have inspired the concept of this post.) I first heard of this practice some time ago on the Hippie Witch Podcast from Joanna Devoe. Then, not… Continue reading My Word for the Year – 2019 Addition

Journey to the Underworld – A Samhain Meditation

Light a candle on your altar, sit comfortably and close your eyes. Visualize the veil between our world and the world of our beloved dead as a mist that’s barely visible. Know in your gut that you can always pass through the veil, but tonight, it’s much easier. While you contemplate this wisdom, the light… Continue reading Journey to the Underworld – A Samhain Meditation

Dealing with an Eeyore

This post is another that comes from one of my friends and semi-regular readers. We’ve all dealt with people whose spiritual vibration is lower than ours. I hesitate to use the word toxic because I don’t think that’s always the case. Personally, I know I can sometimes get into a funk and be no fun… Continue reading Dealing with an Eeyore

Everyday Spirituality

This is another suggestion from a friend, but one I was very interested in writing. My spiritual practice is a priority, but not the priority. I work full-time, have three needy pets, and have an active (sometimes too active) social life. For me, incorporating spirituality in throughout my day is the only way I can… Continue reading Everyday Spirituality