This is going to be a brief list of correspondences for the element of Water. There are many more than this, but this is a good start. Direction- West Colors- blue, white, silver, indigo, aqua, sea-foam green Gender- feminine Animals- all aquatic creatures including sea serpents, sea birds, bear, elk, frogs, salamanders, water bugs. Elemental Beings- undines, nymphs, mermaids and mermen who live in the … Continue reading The Element of Water
In June of 2015 my daughter moved out of the house on her own. It was bitter sweet. I was glad to see her growing into her own woman, but also sad because I knew I’d miss her SOOO much! She’d obviously been a large part of my every day since she was born 23 years earlier so I knew I’d have to fill that … Continue reading Sutton’s Rock Shop is Now Closed
Just a quick note. I generally schedule my posts on Wednesday’s and Saturday’s, but I may be absent at times over the weeks to come as my husband and I prepare to move. I don’t have a specific time table for this so please bear with me as my family and I deal with all of the recent upheavals, good and bad. Thanx in advance. … Continue reading Packing Up
We’re all connected… Those words are turning over and over in my mind right now. If we are, as I believe, all connected, then how are we supposed to make a go of it in this life? With all of the things that we disagree on, can’t we all agree that on some level or another, we’re all connected? And if we can agree on … Continue reading Spiritual Competition
Before there is anything else, there is the circle. Circles are so much a part of us that we may not even understand why, but we know they are important. The circle transcends all of us and our religions. There’s the Mandala in Buddhist and Hindu culture, Christian prayer circles, Native American drumming circles, talking circles, healing circles and on and on. There are many, … Continue reading Glossary: The Sacred Circle & the Cone of Power
August 1st or 15 degrees of Leo This is the last of the four great fire festivals of the Wheel of the Year and is the first of three harvest festivals. This harvest celebration encompasses hay, grain, corn and cereal yields. It is best known for its festive atmosphere and temporary hand-fasting. This is the festival of the Irish God Lugh. He is the God … Continue reading Lughnassadh Correspondences
UPDATE: Pete has been found. He is safe and he is home. Thank you to everyone who aided in finding him! This is Pete. He’s my brother in law and he’s been missing for 8 days now. We don’t know where he went or where he could be. A missing person’s report was filed yesterday with the police, but because he’s an adult, there’s not … Continue reading My Missing Brother-In-Law- UPDATE!