Black at one time meant wise Black cat at one time was good luck Black witch at one time meant wise one Dark is part of light ~*~ There is sacred knowledge in the opposite of superstition. There is mystery in the opposite of fear. There is grandeur in the opposite of luck. Let’s explore the ancient … Continue reading The Infamous Black Cat
Chech out this article @harnessmagazine
11.1: I am thankful for the desert’s clear blue skies, crisp Autumn air, and bright sun – the desert is seemly magical this time of year
11.2: I am thankful for mi familia, my family, who without them, without their support and love, I would not be where I am today, happy and (nearly) free of depression, depression that I’ve had since I was a young child (10 years old). My dreams are coming true with their love and support.
11.3: I am thankful for my imagination, and where it takes me in my dreams – my nightly inspiration. Without dreams I would not have inspiration for my creative works, and without my creative work I’d have no motivation to make internal dreams into an external reality. Thank you, imagination, for providing me beautiful imaginary to perceive the world around me, to understand myself, and to provide strength to carry…
View original post 1,799 more words
Do not be afraid of entering the unknown, that is where growth lies. Do not be afraid of walking blindly into the unknown, truth lies behind blind eyes Do not be afraid of entering the unknown, for judgment is distorted by external reality stimuli. Do not be afraid of walking blindly into the unknown, for … Continue reading Entering the Unknown
Check out this article on @harnessmagazine
A new season is here, in many parts of the “northern hemisphere” leaves have changed from green to yellow, to shades of orange, and as the season deepens and winter nears, shades of brown. With each changing hue comes shifts in our energy fields – some individuals are aware of their energy changes, others are not or appear unaffected; it is all based on perception and belief.
With the coming of Autumn, for me, came a feeling of a mixture of happiness and a feeling of sadness, yet a decrease of my anxiety. I can look at this state of being symbolically in this way: as the temperature begins to drop, and the earth’s colors change, green grass begins to yellow and slow decease, as does the leaves upon the trees and animals prepare for hibernation, I to begin to change. I feel, so-to-speak, a part of me is “dying”…
View original post 343 more words
11.1: I am thankful for the desert's clear blue skies, crisp Autumn air, and bright sun – the desert is seemly magical this time of year 11.2: I am thankful for mi familia, my family, who without them, without their support and love, I would not be where I am today, happy and (nearly) free … Continue reading A Month of Gratitude