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Hold space as an Isumataq

Pictured is an Inuit inunnguaq, aka inukshuk It has been said that there is no word for shaman or teacher in the Inuit language (Inuktitut), but the concept of the “Isumataq” combines these in a wonderful way. There are many definitions (and spellings!) of...

Join us January 6th for Nollaig na mBan

This year, I will be celebrating Nollaig na mBan (Women’s Little Christmas in Irish, roughly pronounced as noll-egg nah mon) on January 6th, and I invite you to join us in this very special FREE event to celebrate our herStories and the goddesses of Ireland....

Celebrate the Fae on June 24th

Yes, not only do we celebrate the Solstice and MidSummer in June, but the world at large has recognized June 24th as International Fairy Day!   The tales of the Sídhe from Irish lore were rather different from those of other cultures within the Celtic world (e.g....

MoonDay Musings: breathe the trees

I’m always happiest walking in the woods with our tree allies, known to some as the Standing People. The forest grounds me, refreshes me, inspires me. This quote from Robert Louis Stevenson reminds me just how much even the fragrance of the woods connects with...

MoonDay Musings: transformation

“How does one become a butterfly?” she asked. “You must want to fly so much that you are willing to give up being a caterpillar.” ~ Trina Paulus On this New Moon in Gemini, what transformation will you see this month?