PBN Blues Series: Kelly Price – Friend Of Mine ft. Ronald Isley, R. Kelly

Today we will examine one of the encounters where the client is doing work a family, or friendship, in a crisis situation.  Special handling comes into the fray when doing this work.  Especially challenging are the times when betrayal has Continue reading PBN Blues Series: Kelly Price – Friend Of Mine ft. Ronald Isley, R. Kelly

PBN Blues Series: “Bad Penny” by Rory Gallagher

Thank you for joining us, once again, for our PBN Blues Series.  This entry will address a common working requested by clients that you may run into from time and again.  The subject addresses how to help a client who has Continue reading PBN Blues Series: “Bad Penny” by Rory Gallagher

PBN Blues Series: “Tell it like it is” – Aaron Neville

A spiritual worker for hire should never be so obsessed with money that they lie to their clients.  When deciding how to proceed in a job, it is of utmost importance to remain focused that it is exactly that, a Continue reading PBN Blues Series: “Tell it like it is” – Aaron Neville

Suicide and us

Suicide is not a talking point in a personal agenda, or a matter to be dismissed lightly. Today, I witnessed someone using the suicidal death of someone as fodder to make a point about their own personal trauma and past. Continue reading Suicide and us

A New Look at Clergy Basics

When I first wrote this piece in its original form, it was in preparation for a small book.  I presented these points in a workshop at Michigan Pagan Fest in the June of 2015.  This is basically a word for Continue reading A New Look at Clergy Basics

Fighting the N Word Sigil – WARNING: contains profanity and offensive language

This piece was inspired by the conversations that this writer has been having over the last year in the Pagan Communities in Michigan.  It comes from all races.  Not seeming to understand how much they are feeding that peculiar servitor Continue reading Fighting the N Word Sigil – WARNING: contains profanity and offensive language

Lupercalia

Photo by ketrin1407 / Flickr.com Lupercalia Written by Katherine O’Boyle-Sheffield January 20, 2019 Historic records indicate the pagan festival of Lupercalia has been observed as early as the 6th century and celebrated annually through the 5th century A.D. (Roach). The Continue reading Lupercalia

Witchy Wayz

Cat

I’m here to hex you, vex you, and perplex you. There is nowhere for you to hide. For my broomstick I will ride, My feline familiar by my side. My silhouette you may see in the bright moonlight. Don’t blink Continue reading Witchy Wayz

Interview with Betti Fortier, Founder of Facebook Group Pagans of Central Alabama (POCA)

Continue reading Interview with Betti Fortier, Founder of Facebook Group Pagans of Central Alabama (POCA)

Feather

Saw a crow in a tree.   On a dark and stormy night.   Saw it dancing in my porch.  It was dancing side to side eyes were beautiful.  Black like coal.   It was full of wonder.   Full Continue reading Feather

I

I want to be free.  To feel the wind.  I want to speak my mind without fear or tears.   I want to love unconditionally and feel love. Want to fly like the birds without the burdens holding me down. Continue reading I

Falling from heaven

Seen tears fall from heaven.   Seen angels cry.   Felt my heart go to pieces when I heard the lullaby Never thought it I would hurt.   Never thought you would leave The tears that fell from heaven, were Continue reading Falling from heaven

Honoring Life

One of the things I have been thinking about lately is what to me it means to celebrate the Sabbats found in many Modern Neo pagan witchcraft traditions (and even in some non witchcraft traditions these 8 sabbats still seem Continue reading Honoring Life

Broken

We are imperfect, emotional, and broken.   A puzzle with many pieces and many corners.  A roller coaster with never ending ends. We are perfect and imperfect.   Scattered pieces of our future and the past. We are broken but Continue reading Broken

Raven

There’s a whisper in the night.   But is not the wind.   There’s a shadow on the ground but is not my own.   A pair of piercing eyes watching every move I make. The whisper through the night Continue reading Raven

Summer Time: A Time of Light, Dark and Shadow

I didn’t realize that when I started writing that I was going to be doing a series on healing our relationship to darkness and shadow. It had started before I started to write for the public and then I started Continue reading Summer Time: A Time of Light, Dark and Shadow