Mermaids singing, the oceans crashing against the rocks. Nothing is as it appears from above the water, and that’s exactly what this stone represents. Larimar, sometimes referred to as the “Stone of Atlantis” due to its oceanic and almost otherworldly blue shade, is a popular stone among the new age community, especially those who live near the water. Today I’m going to share with you not only the basic facts of this stone, but also the much more metaphysical side to this oceanic treasure. Continue reading
As you all know I’m trying my best to get back into the swing of things. It hasn’t been easy to say the least, but its been a step in the right direction. As a lot of you might remember, I originally had a series regarding herbs and their magical properties, well, I’m starting that back up again. I hope you enjoy and let me know in the comments if I left anything out.
Have things changed? Of course they have, just as my favorite quote states “the human body essentially recreates itself every six months. Nearly every cell of hair and skin and bone dies and another is directed to its former place. You are not who you were last November.” I am not who I was last November, or even who I was yesterday. That being said, this blog is an extension of myself and is in great need of an overhaul just as I was and still am. I truly believe that we are all changing, and moving, and evolving because if we aren’t, we’re dead. This blog has been going a really long time, and has represented everything about me. It has reflected when I felt a lull in my connection with my beliefs, and when I have felt lost, but it has also felt all of my deepest emotions regarding my spirituality. I feel like I’m talking about talking but sometimes that’s just necessary. I hope you all like the changes, because you’ll be seeing a lot more very soon. Stick around, the best is yet to come.
Urban witch is a term that I see frequently on my trips through the endless hallway that is Tumblr, but every once in awhile you find a gem… like this one. Does it make them any less of a witch because they are of the modern city loving variety? I certainly don’t think so, but they are no more important than those who can successfully find graveyard dirt that was dug up by a virgin on the second day of the full moon either. I’ve experienced magic on both ends of that spectrum and everywhere in between. I feel safe to say I come with many experiences, and I wear many hats. Instead of a long winded post reflecting on the deep recesses of my mind and the philosophies of the pros and cons of urban witchery (which I might have posted about in a previous post) instead today I will list fun ideas that urban witches can and probably do practice.