Please Reblog This If:

tytus-lionheart:

You have a blog with any of the following themes/posts:

-witchcraft
-tarot
-wicca
-nature
-astrology
-420
-marijuana
-lgbt
-pagan
-Greek Gods and Goddesses
-animals
-punk rock
-goth
-crystals
-awesome and interesting art stuff
-oddities
-crafts
-metaphysical shops (online shops as well)
-etsy shop
-food (ie recipes and such)

I will follow blogs with any of these themes and posts.

Thanks!!!

-T.LH-

I talked with a friend who assured me that my irritation is justified so I feel better.

Why do I feel like I need to be justified anyway though? I should work on that. I just have a problem saying no sometimes when it comes to being a massage therapist. There are times when I need to say “no, I can’t take this client” and not feel bad about it. Today is one of those days.

I feel like doing something productive though to get my mind back into the right place.

I’m going to do something I haven’t done in a long time and make a post about the metaphysical properties of a stone. I need to continue doing that as I haven’t since I started this tumblr.

So far I’ve done:

Amethyst

Garnet

Clear Quartz

Black Tourmaline

Aventurine

Amazonite

Malachite

Citrine

If you want to find these then go to my tumblr and click on “metaphysical properties of crystals.”

All of that being said, what gemstone would you like me to talk about?

UGGGGGGGGGGGGGHHHHHHH

If I leave the office for the day and you know I left then don’t put someone in my schedule after I’ve left and you know I don’t have a car and you know I live all the way across town and even if I had a car it would still take me 20-30 minutes to get back.

I happened to get a ride from someone today but I was already home when you called and that means I’d have to bus back to work which takes a while OR I call a cab which is easily $20 from where I live.

The only reason I’m irritated with this situation is because no matter how I spin it I look bad. It would have been just as easy to say “this person doesn’t have availability today.”

fericircle:

I’m bored, I’ll bite. I wanna follow some pagan blogs again. Specifically ones I haven’t followed before (but also maybe some I have)

so please reblog this (because signal boost fuck yeah) if you post pagan/witchy stuff, including things about:

  • Fae
  • Ghosts
  • Spirits
  • Spells
  • Associations/Witchy Info
  • Meditation
  • Astral Work
  • Feri Tradition (I’ve been getting really into Feri lately)

I’ll be sure to look through a few pages of everyone who leaves a note on this post. And maybe even promote a few I really like.

wildlifepreservation:

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constantine-spiritworker:

nokturnel:

constantine-spiritworker:

I love the audio tracks from this book nokturnel or nokturneloak have you read this book?

I have read this and I absolutely love it. The tracks that come with it are the only ones I use now for journeying. I love them.

SWEET. that makes me even happier I have this :D

Another book I recommend is Shamanism: Archaic Techniques of Ecstasy (Bollingen Series) by Mircea Eliade.
It’s extremely wordy and, in my opinion, reads more like a text book but has so much history in it. I think you would really enjoy it.
"First published in 1951, Shamanism soon became the standard work in the study of this mysterious and fascinating phenomenon. Writing as the founder of the modern study of the history of religion, Romanian émigré—scholar Mircea Eliade (1907-1986) surveys the practice of Shamanism over two and a half millennia of human history, moving from the Shamanic traditions of Siberia and Central Asia—where Shamanism was first observed—to North and South America, Indonesia, Tibet, China, and beyond. In this authoritative survey, Eliade illuminates the magico-religious life of societies that give primacy of place to the figure of the Shaman—at once magician and medicine man, healer and miracle-doer, priest, mystic, and poet. Synthesizing the approaches of psychology, sociology, and ethnology, Shamanism will remain for years to come the reference book of choice for those intrigued by this practice."
I also have other book recommendations for if you want them. Feel free to message me on FB if you’d like more :) I don’t want to overload you with book recs XD

constantine-spiritworker:

nokturnel:

constantine-spiritworker:

I love the audio tracks from this book nokturnel or nokturneloak have you read this book?

I have read this and I absolutely love it. The tracks that come with it are the only ones I use now for journeying. I love them.

SWEET. that makes me even happier I have this :D

Another book I recommend is Shamanism: Archaic Techniques of Ecstasy (Bollingen Series) by Mircea Eliade.

It’s extremely wordy and, in my opinion, reads more like a text book but has so much history in it. I think you would really enjoy it.

"First published in 1951, Shamanism soon became the standard work in the study of this mysterious and fascinating phenomenon. Writing as the founder of the modern study of the history of religion, Romanian émigré—scholar Mircea Eliade (1907-1986) surveys the practice of Shamanism over two and a half millennia of human history, moving from the Shamanic traditions of Siberia and Central Asia—where Shamanism was first observed—to North and South America, Indonesia, Tibet, China, and beyond. In this authoritative survey, Eliade illuminates the magico-religious life of societies that give primacy of place to the figure of the Shaman—at once magician and medicine man, healer and miracle-doer, priest, mystic, and poet. Synthesizing the approaches of psychology, sociology, and ethnology, Shamanism will remain for years to come the reference book of choice for those intrigued by this practice."

I also have other book recommendations for if you want them. Feel free to message me on FB if you’d like more :) I don’t want to overload you with book recs XD

constantine-spiritworker:

I love the audio tracks from this book nokturnel or nokturneloak have you read this book?

I have read this and I absolutely love it. The tracks that come with it are the only ones I use now for journeying. I love them.

constantine-spiritworker:

I love the audio tracks from this book nokturnel or nokturneloak have you read this book?

I have read this and I absolutely love it. The tracks that come with it are the only ones I use now for journeying. I love them.

punkteddylupin:

So I recently reached my first hundred and this is honestly something I’ve always wanted to do so I’m going to give it a try!

  • You don’t have to be following me. I don’t really want disingenuous follows (and eventually unfollows) and I’m sure you don’t want me clogging your dash.
  • You can reblog and like this. Each counts as an entry.
  • This post needs to reach at least 25 notes. If it doesn’t, I’ll just try again later.
  • If this reaches 50 notes, I’ll add another winner. 
  • If you win you get your choice of one of any of the items above which are:   a personalized letter to Hogwarts,  a potion, and a wand
  • Entry for the giveaway ends July 31st.

The winner will be picked via a random number generator and I’ll contact them once everything’s over, so if you enter have your ask box open. c:

(via frozendarkember)

hangedwoman:

peepswitch:

primalheart:

tinypagan:

This touches my heart so deeply. Thank you to all who serve, and thank you to our military chaplains who serve them.

This deserves more reblogs. Because dammit it just does. 

If you’re an ordained Pagan, Wiccan, or other alternative faith minister who is qualified to serve, and live near a military base, you might let them know you’re available clergyperson for service members of alternative faiths. They often don’t have people to serve in these roles who are actually practicing Wiccans or Pagans. Pagan military people still need clergy in times of struggle, illness, and for things like marriage - and they’re often far from home and family. You can also let area hospitals know if you’re willing to come up and perform rites and support for the sick and dying. You do actually have to be a legally qualified clergy member to do this…

Being that I am engaged to a man who was once a military pagan, I heartily back everything peepswitch said above.

hangedwoman:

peepswitch:

primalheart:

tinypagan:

This touches my heart so deeply. Thank you to all who serve, and thank you to our military chaplains who serve them.

This deserves more reblogs. Because dammit it just does. 

If you’re an ordained Pagan, Wiccan, or other alternative faith minister who is qualified to serve, and live near a military base, you might let them know you’re available clergyperson for service members of alternative faiths. They often don’t have people to serve in these roles who are actually practicing Wiccans or Pagans. Pagan military people still need clergy in times of struggle, illness, and for things like marriage - and they’re often far from home and family. You can also let area hospitals know if you’re willing to come up and perform rites and support for the sick and dying. You do actually have to be a legally qualified clergy member to do this…

Being that I am engaged to a man who was once a military pagan, I heartily back everything peepswitch said above.

(Source: sisterdevil, via gothicmagick)