Upon which I share wisdom and wit my eyes – actual and third 😉 – spied over the course of the week. Pour your favorite beverage and pull up a chair. It’s the weekend.
“Are you a good witch or a bad witch?” Most times when I hear the word witch, that line from The Wizard of Oz plays in my head.
I have a whole lot of respect and a good bit of caution that comes up around the word and the craft.
I love the intent. Its healing Earth-based practices combined with its divinatory practices are a serious win-win for us and for Earth. That’s its upside. That’s its light side.
That there’s also a dark side – for me, that equates to those witches who choose to practice what my spirit team calls “the dark arts” – is where the caution comes up.
I’ve been called to do some interesting clearings that had threads or straight-up pipelines to the dark arts. It’s serious stuff, as is any manipulation of energy.
Even so, witchcraft appeals due to its intended light and its groundedness and its healing nature. It was fun, then, to be made aware of the article The Cool Girl’s Guide to Being a Witch. It’s great reading.
I think of Food Matters TV – FMTV – as a holistic Netflix. The streaming videos are all related to holistic health and/or Earth’s health.
It’s always exciting to see what they’re adding to their long list of videos. I’m particularly excited about this one, though.
If you’re already clued into FMTV, that’s awesome. If you aren’t and want to give it a try, they may still offer their seven-day free trial. It’s worth looking into, right here.
In a similar vein, the 2016 Hay House World Summit kicks off today. Are you signed up? If not, click here.
Be still my heart. I’ve been mostly thrilled by the Out of Oz offerings birthed from the popularity of Wicked the Musical. (I just don’t get “I’m Not That Girl.” The vibe doesn’t match the lyrics. It’s jarring.)
The thrill factor spiked in a big way with the addition of the latest offering, and not just because I’ve enjoyed the opportunity to sing it in a Broadway review and at a dear friend’s wedding.
Kristin Chenoweth was the original Glinda and Idina Menzel was the original Elphaba in the long-playing Broadway musical. This reunion is only for good. So many feels. ♥
Finally, for those who mother, in whatever way that may be, Happy Mother’s Day.