It’s time to Take Back the Magic

As we enter week 3 in 2021, the year of the body, we can’t help but wonder what will happen now? None of us knows for sure; we’re all holding our breath. You may not be conscious of it, but you probably haven’t taken a long sweet cleansing breath since you saw a crazed right-wing mob…

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The opposite of patriarchy isn’t matriarchy, it’s …

This has been and continues to be a most extraordinary year. And I don’t think we have even begun to understand what is afoot. We came into 2020 with a knowing that everything was about to change—every astrologer has been saying that. They’ve been beating the drum of change since 2015. Each year has had its…

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What was done to women is what was done to prayer

I was awakened in the wee hours last Sunday morning and clearly heard: “What was done to women is what was done to prayer.” I thought I understood—at least a little—what that meant. Because I’ve been studying what was done to women under patriarchy, and, as a prayer artist, exploring how gorgeous prayer was before…

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What will you hear when you stop, really stop?

“The labyrinth in Chartres Cathedral is created out of 272 stones inlaid in the floor of the nave…each stone representing one day of human gestation in the mother’s womb.” Lauren Artress, The Sacred Path Companion   Friends, soul writers, and lovers of prayer, There is so much bubbling up right now. And I’ve had to…

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Take back your power and restore wholeness with Ho’oponopono

“Hoʻoponopono cuts the negative cords that bind us to our past and energetically releases us from all wrongdoings, giving us a new sense of freedom to live our lives in a state of reverence for one another and for all of life, essentially reawakening the Divine Goddess within.” Kahu Lāhela Johnson Friends, soul writers, and…

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The strange gifts of quarantine, pilgrimage, and prayer

“What matters most on your journey is how deeply you see, how attentively you hear, how richly the encounters are felt in your heart and soul.” Phil Cousineau, The Art of Pilgrimage Friends, soul writers, and lovers of prayer, This has been a truly strange yet wildly magical week. Once upon a time, I had big…

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The rosary has one BIG problem…

The rosary has a problem. A big problem. It’s the number one issue holding people back from picking up a rosary and trying it on for size. The problem is the opening prayer. You might know it as the “Our Father” or “The Lord’s Prayer.” If you were raised in any Christian church, it’s imprinted permanently…

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Episode 23: Mark Nepo

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In this intimate conversation, Mark invites us to feel what he felt singing the Torah and experience his grandmother’s living presence in a dream. There is wonder in every moment of this sacred conversation.

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The radical prayer of the goddess hidden in the rosary

Two years ago this month, I was awakened in that precious 3-4 am “hour of god,” which I now call the “hour of the goddess.” I wasn’t concerned. I’m so accustomed to being awakened in the wee hours that I sleep with paper at hand. In the dark, I have heard and scribbled down newsletter…

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The ORIGINAL power of prayer

Last week I shared what happened to me during the three days of the Dark Moon on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and Boxing Day—Dec 24,25,26. In that brief dot of time, I received a detailed description of a 9-book series about the return of the divine feminine in the form of MLV Dragon. MLV stands…

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The Divine Voice loves to speak in the Dark

As this intense solstice season draws to a very pregnant and sacred close, I find myself called to be even more still, more silent, more open to the wisdom of Our Mother of the Dark. And thank goodness, because boy has she been talking!

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Cherish your body through Original Prayer

My body is more than a temple for the divine, my body is divine.
This is beyond an idea. This is a living sensation. A deep body knowing. You can’t learn that your body is holy, you feel it. And you feel it in your body. So how do you get there?

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What is prayer?

What is prayer? Have you ever asked yourself this question?

I never did.

Prayer was simply what we did as a child.

No one sat me down and talked about what prayer is or who we’re praying to or why. It was just assumed. It was in the air.

And I didn’t question it.

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