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By Kate Wolf WAKING WILD

The Wild Woman Does Not Damp Her Joy Or Anger Down With Shame

The Wild Woman does not damp her anger down with shame. Or her joy, for that matter. She is a full-spectrum human. And she is alive in each of us; man and woman.

SELF LOVE
By Ashley Cappelletty POETIC JUSTICE

I’ll Never Abandon Myself {Like He Did Me} And Never Again Wonder My Worth

Piece by piece, I am collecting me up off the ground where he abandoned me. Piece by piece, I am filling the holes he burned in me. I will never walk away, I will take care of me. I love myself.

FEEL
BY TANYA MARKUL THUG UNICORN

Feel Your Feels: The Inner Freedom Fighter’s #1 Superpower

Learning to decode your feelings, becoming emotionally literate, is the path of the life artist and inner freedom fighter. And, it takes practice.

JEFF BROWN
BY JEFF BROWN HOLY FIRE

You Are Sacred Purpose: Be More Afraid Of Avoiding Your Path Than Walking It

Whatever your ways of distracting, postponing, delaying, armouring, avoiding, altering, feigning, artificializing, externalizing, superficializing your life… I encourage you to STOP IT NOW.

WOLF WOMAN
BY LAURA LARRIVA THE RHYTHM WAY

On Wolf And Wilderness — Is The Forest Where I Belong?

The way we perceive ourselves as separate, and removed from the enchanted world of doe and wolf is a sickness that you inherited of which you are only now coming to understand both the cause and the cure.

SPHERE
By Shannon Crossman POETIC JUSTICE

At The Edge Of A Breakdown: The Beloved Self Awaits The First Glimpse Of Wakefulness

I once spent many moons trapped in a nightmare from which I could not wake. Thrashing through life, fuelled by resistance. Primed for flight.

HFM
HOWL FOR ME WOLF WOMAN With Danielle Dulsky

Howl For Me Wolf Woman — Substance & The Visible Feminine: Selfie Culture & The Crone’s Perspective

Anyway, if provocative selfies annoy you to the degree yoga selfies annoy me, I can honestly say I feel your pain. That said, both of us can choose to not look, just like the women in the photographs chose to take them, and that is some real, majestic truth right there.

PAN
by Maura Coyne WAKING WILD

Gone Hunting — Call Back The Lost Parts Of Your Magic & Mission-Driven Soul

Carry that part of me, back to me; in your truth-dripping teeth, your independent jaws. My giving, my shameless longing, my fierce softness. Breathe it back into my body and tell me it belongs to me.

THUGS
BY TANYA MARKUL THUG UNICORN

Dealing With ISPs {Inner Shit Projectors} Thug Unicorn Style

The waning moon has got me all vulnerable, boo! I’m even more susceptible to other people’s negative energy and crap than usual! So what to do?

HEART
BY JEANETTE LEBLANC NEW MAGIC

12 Ways To Recover Your One Wild Heart

I’ve lost my wild heart once. Twice. Too many times to count. Lost her to heartbreak – thinking that another could hold her for me forever and being devastated that this was not so.

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WATER
By Sophia Hill POETIC JUSTICE

Home, Breathless And Beginning Again

Your hand that fits mine leaves a memory mark when I run this land. Briars, brambles, the dark stain of stolen fruit, a smile, evening sun on the slow, slow eloquent river.

LOVE
By Kim Jackson HOLY FIRE

Let Us Teach The Lessons Of Love For That Is What We’ll Leave

I still do not know how this part of my own story unfolds. Whether I will be mother to children that I bear myself seems small in comparison to the realization that at a time when the world seems so fractured.

breaking
By Dolly Mahtani POETIC JUSTICE

Breaking To Become: Letting Go Of What I Hold On To

Who am I really? Every day I discover something new. I am never the person I think I am. I’m a good person, a brave woman, a great friend.

owncrone
By Michele Mekel NEW MAGIC

Owning The Crone: 3 Ways To Embrace & Celebrate Your Power

Do you fight the stripe? You know what I mean – the stripe of silver strands that started to emerge at your temples and along the part of your hair at a certain point in time.

smiles
By Melissa Hargrave MIND RISE

Overemotionality & Learning To Get Out Of Our Own Way

Not that being overemotional is necessarily a “bad” thing, and there are situations in life that are highly improbable to face without becoming overemotional.

of us
By Caroline Miskenack HOLY FIRE

Sometimes I Hated You But Realized I Was Mostly Angry With Me

And isn’t it ironic, that all this time I couldn’t give you what it was that I had asked for? But believe me, I am listening now. And I’m sorry for targeting you as the one who caused my heart to spill blood.

self-image
By Lisa Papez HOLY FIRE

It’s Normal To Have Bad Days & To Doubt: Believing In Yourself Is A Constant Practice

Not believing in myself is my problem. Believing in myself is still something that takes constant work (practice!) to do with any consistency and I’ve been on this self-love journey for a while, y’all.

RAGE
HOWL FOR ME WOLF WOMAN With Danielle Dulsky

Howl For Me, Wolf-Woman: The Wild Woman’s Body-Prayer For Rage Release

Deep bow to you for admitting your rage, for women frequently have their anger invalidated more than any other emotion. Feminine ire is holy hellfire, and you have a soul-deep right to feel your rage.

benjamin von wong
by Dilshad Mehta NEW MAGIC

{Animal Guide} The Woodpecker, Goddess Kali, The Cauldron And Your Womb

For a woodpecker, every tree is an opportunity to nourish or to nest. In this way, you might take a hint from the woodpecker to ask yourself three questions: What nourishes me? What helps me rest? What helps me nest?

HEART

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