The Full Moon on January 21 in Leo is also a total lunar eclipse (blood moon), packing a BIG BANG of changes, rearranges, and opportunity to reignite passion. And hello, who doesn’t want that in a 3 Universal Year?! This is a profound experience, for the individual and the collective.
Hallelujah. Here we are again, at the beginning of another year, feeling massive relief to bid adieu to the previous year. You are here. You made it through, and you are better for it.
Gone is the dark night of the soul, and upon us is the celebration of light: the Winter Solstice. However, it is also in the celebration of the dark that we can better navigate the sometimes blinding light, and the unknown depths of own shadows.
On September 22, 2018, at 9:54 p.m. eastern, the northern hemisphere will experience the autumnal equinox and the waning of light, while the southern hemisphere experiences the vernal equinox and the waxing of light.
Happy eclipse season, soul fam! I hope you are ready to sizzle and blast off this summer, cuz things are gonna really be rocking over the next couple of months. We are lucky enough to experience three consecutive eclipses this summer. Typically there are only two, so we are in for a real treat. The first is a partial solar eclipse (new moon) on July 13 in Cancer (universal time, it’ll be on the 12th in the Americas). Then, a total lunar eclipse (full moon) occurs on July 27 in Aquarius, and finally on August 11 we’ll enjoy another solar eclipse in Leo
You hear so much about the people in deep pain and struggle. And also about the people who are fucking soaring. But what about when you’re just doing great? You’re doing all the right things, bringing in all the funds you need, sharing all the love you can, and moving comfortably, steadily along on your path. Maybe not on the top of your mountain, but on the trail with plenty of provisions and a bluebird sky!
This February, we only experience one lunation in the entire calendar month, and it is a new moon solar eclipse in the sign of Aquarius. This type of event, a month without a full moon, will not occur again in many years, making the energy of February all about new beginnings and planting the seeds of the future you wish to cultivate and co-create.
Radical self-love: this idea that is revolutionizing the way we interact with and treat ourselves has become one of the most written about topics in the wellness industry.
On January 31, 2018, we will experience an astrological event that we haven’t seen in 150 years! This blue moon (a full moon occurring twice in a calendar month) is also a total lunar eclipse and supermoon, in the zodiac sign of Leo at 11 degrees. Wowza! This is a trifecta triple threat, in the best way possible! Bingo, bango, bongo!
Yoni egg: a vagina’s crystal companion for rejuvenated connection, deep healing, better orgasms, more creativity, and a general Goddess power surge. Though there is no mention in The Feminine Mystique of the power of this ancient practice, it has been used by women for over a millennia, and it is now seeing a huge resurgence in the Now Age.
Sweet relief: 2017 is finally over. This past year was an upheaval—full of slow beginnings, tragic endings, global chaos, and general uncertainty. While there are many factors in our individual lives that impact how the years unfold, there are also universal aspects that affect each and every one of us on an energetic and cellular level. We can look to numerology for detailed insight on what this means and how we can work with the energy for our greatest good.
I am allergic to round trip tickets, itinerary, and any plans for more than a week out. Having a return date for a big trip gives me more anxiety than anything in the world, even more so than math.
The air was dense with moisture, intellect, and inspiration in Ubud this past week as authors, writers, journalists, and readers descended on this historically bohemian and deeply spiritual city in Bali to celebrate the 14th annual Ubud Writers and Readers Festival (UWRF).
With tears streaming down my face, my heart racing, goosebumps all over my body, and my human form seemingly formless—I picked up my pendulum, closed my eyes, steadied my shaking hands and allowed my heart to move the swinging fluorite crystal hanging above my palm.
I knew from the moment I set foot in Barcelona, Spain, on a study abroad trip that I wouldn’t, and couldn’t, ever be the same. I instantly felt at home and vowed to make my way back to live in Spain any way I could. Over the next decade, I worked to travel. From long weekends in San Francisco and Mexico to traveling abroad for play or work, I was (and am) insatiable.