23 September 2019, 09h50: Spring Equinox for the Southern Hemisphere Today is the spring equinox – where we experience the same number of daylight hours and night time hours in both the Southern and Northern Hemispheres. This spring equinox edition follows on both my Evolution of the Runic Alphabets and Critical Review of the Elder [...]
21 June 2019, 17h54: Winter Solstice for the Southern Hemisphere Today is the winter solstice – that time of year where the hours of darkness outweigh the hour of light in the Southern Hemisphere, the exact opposite is true for our Northern counterparts. The activity of life slows down in preparation for rest and restoration [...]
Tips on Herbal Lore & Magick:My sixth free herb lore oracle card! Thyme is a protective herb that was used to 'cure' shyness during the Middle Ages. The information sheet contains its taxonomic classification, native distribution, medicinal and magickal properties! I explain some practical uses for Thyme and how it can be used during personal rituals to instill courage [...]
23 September 2018, 03h45: Spring Equinox for the Southern Hemisphere Today is the spring equinox – it is the day of the year where the hours of darkness and daylight are equal for both the Southern and Northern Hemispheres. Southern countries witness a spectacular display of renewal and rebirth, sprouting forth from the foundation of [...]
Guidance from the Past: One of my first post on All Natural Spirit!
Tips on How to Meditate:
4x Symbolic visualisations based on the elements to help you stay focused on your breath!
During your meditations, when you breathe in and out you can use the following visualisation to keep you focused on your breath and limit mental distractions. For instance, the Fire symbolism represents the sun and clouds. As you breath in the sun becomes blocked, as you breath out the clouds part. The Air symbolism is that of a swinging door or window. Visualise the doors swings on their hinges open-and-closed or back-and-forth as you meditate. For Earth we focus on the mountains, here your sweep up the slope as you breathe in, reaching over the peak and rushing out with the breath as we sweep downwards. The Water symbolism is my personal favourite, here you breathe in and the tide pulls back, then breath out as the tide rushes towards…
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