I was really honoured to be invited onto the wonderful Prompted by Nature podcast this February to talk about Priestesshood and Earth-Based Spirituality.
Spiritual lessons from Mother Earth to help you find hope in difficult and dark times. A reminder that life finds its way…
My new book ‘Whispers From Mother Earth’ is out now! If you feel called to connect to Mother Earth, to Goddess, to the Moon, the elements, and your soul’s wisdom … then this book is for you.
As the light fades, the air gets colder and the leaves crunch beneath our feet we arrive at Samhain on 31 October (30 April in the southern hemisphere). Welcome to the dark side! Samhain (pronounced Sow-en) marks the end of
~ Thoughts and observations on the early stages of perimenopause ~ I’ve confronted something this year. It came as quite a shock. I’d preferred to think that the reason my once-regular menstrual cycle had become erratic was something to do
~ My next book is out on 31 October 2020 – on the day of a Full Moon, which is also Samhain! ~ Whispers from Mother Earth: Poems and prayers of healing, inspiration and transformation is not only a collection of
Find out all about the Dark Moon and Her medicine. The Dark Moon phase of the lunar cycle offers stillness: we’re in the void. This Dark Moon time is the liminal space between the end of the current lunar cycle
May 1st brings the Celtic festival of Beltane (November in the Southern Hemisphere). The word Beltane comes from Celtic God ‘Bel’ which means ‘the bright one’, and the Gaelic word ‘teine’ which means ‘fire’, so Beltane (also spelled Beltaine) could
…. Are you a Moon Lover: that’s what I’m asking! A Selenophile or Philoselene is someone who loves the Moon. I do. I love to observe the beautiful waxing and waning of the light of the moon through each lunar cycle. I find Moon-gazing connects me to a sense of life’s mystery…
Tap into the energy of winter’s stillness to stop, pause, and listen to the wise whispers of your soul and ask: what’s my soul singing for? As we move through December and approach the Winter Solstice and the shortest day (on 22 December this year) we are in the darkest time of the year, here in the northern hemisphere.