Autumn Equinox and the Homecoming

Equinox encaustic by Sacred Familiar

Salmon medicineHello everyone and blessings on your Equinox New Moon Solar Eclipse! Potent times hey? The Equinox is the mid-point, the point of equal balance of darkness and light. Last week  I received a gift of medicine from Canada and medicine story of the ‘homecoming salmon’ that was included in our latest New MoonMedicine newsletter sent out to subscribers. I thought I would share this beautiful teaching here with you all.

This week I received a surprise medicine gift from a sister in Canada. I think of Lori as a ‘woolSister’ – I get a feeling she is teaching me from afar about the depth of this medicine. When I opened her package I found a hand-knitted spiral medicine pouch holding Lori’s sacred offering – the salmon vertebrae of the remains of the homecoming of the wild salmon from Squamish River in Canada.

It led me to look at photos online of this river and the courageous salmon and I noticed a caption that read ‘Autumn Salmon’ and realised it was a term given to them because this is the time of the return. How perfect for us to be receiving this medicine as we make our own return to depths of the colder months of the year and the magic and change of Autumn Equinox.

Here are Lori’s own beautiful words about the epic quest of the homecoming salmon:

“…I don’t know if you’ve ever witnessed the homecoming of the wild salmon, but it is an awesome sight to behold. I’ve witnessed 3 or 4 such homecomings at different bodies of water in the lower mainland and it is ALWAYS breathtaking and heartbreaking all at once. When the salmon cross back over into the fresh water rivers from the salt water oceans their bodies begin to change – to breakdown – their skin changes colour, their physical features change, the jaw protrudes changing the look of their heads – their whole being changes – they begin to die. You can actually see the energy of determination and focus in their struggle and thrashing against the currents – you stand there, barracking for them to get home, while understanding that they are literally dying to get there.

“In the act of coming home, back to the source, there is transformation. Now THAT is some powerful medicine, my friend! The most powerful and beautiful teachings I have ever witnessed in the Animal Kingdom… I pass them on now, to you, with love and respect for you…and the Salmon.”

If you would like to read the full Equinox MoonMedicine Newsletter you can click on this link and Subscribe if you would like it delivered to your inbox at the new moon each month. Have a beautiful weekend friends wherever you are on the Mother Earth.

Gaian Tarot – Ten of Water 

10 water gaian tarot

Gently, Gently in the Full Moon

Tarot with Sacred Familiar

Happy full moon friends. The moon will be in the sign of Libra for most of this weekend – a long weekend here in Victoria. How is the moon affecting you? I had the message to be quiet and rest and turn off all other sounds to listen to the forest for longer periods in the day. I think the amount of electrical noise that is around us can be much more than we realise. I pulled this card from the Vision Quest Tarot today and I can see that it’s not a time for decision making it is a time of resting and trust. Creating an inner peace within to see what that creates in my surroundings. And beside the Two of Air card is a fascinating stone that my dad found in his backyard in Tasmania. It is a very deep dark smokey quartz in the shape of an egg with a kind of scrying window at the top. It feels very heavy and comforting to hold – solid. And it looks completely black but if you hold it to the light it is actually completely transparent. Maybe waiting and seeing things in a different light can help us make better decisions too. Just like the balance of black and white in the magical Magpie feather.

Acorns with Sacred Familiar

This week I have been receiving a lot of signs from animals in my dreams to come away and go deeper into the forest, to keep moving away from the city. In my dream my little cabin was parked on the corner of Flinders Street in the city! And I had neglected my animals. This was a sign to me that I have been engaging too much with the ‘busyness’ of business and communicating too much (I was on the phone in my dream). The animal in my dream that came to teach me this was a very angry Red Bellied Black Snake and I had only just finished adding this snakeskin to a medicine doll the day before. The snake was arched up like a cobra in my dream and biting my legs – it didn’t actually hurt me I knew she was ‘waking me up’! Why live in the forest and still act like I’m in the city? It’s a tricky balance to run a business out here in the forest and I’ve still got lots to learn. So this weekend my aim is to relax and make slowly. Message received from Snake!

Here is the Snake Spirit doll that brought the dream to me. A strange unfolding of the dream was when I showed this doll and spoke a little about the dream when I posted about her in the AnimalSpirit Dollmarket and I found out that a dear friend, Mishele who had given me the amber she wears in her heart and peach resin at her feet, had had a very similar dream of snake too. I love how the medicine keeps showing me the weavings that go far beyond what we think we can see.

snakeSpirit medicine doll by Sacred Familiar

And finally the doll below is another medicine doll birthing for the next online DollMarket and one that is very close to my heart.  She is still only half-made and was begun in a ceremony on the land of the Southern Ash Wildlife Shelter to honour the souls of the koalas that have not survived in the past. It was a releasing ritual held with the brave wildlife carers who volunteer their time and love at the shelter and have seen so many sad stories. Tony and I wanted to give them peace so that they could let go of the heavy past to feel joyful about the new koala stories and spirits to come. They each made a doll to help them to let go so that they could give even more love and strength to the koalas they help in the future.

I think it’s so important as carers to have spaces to not only rest and let go but also to play. I see this in so many of my clients who are teachers, social workers and nurses. We need to remember that we are allowed to be joyful even when we face such hardship in our work.  And so for anyone who spends time with animals, children, the elderly and disabled – anyone who helps those who cannot help themselves – we thank you. I hope you find some peace on this long weekend to not only rest but play too.

medicine doll by Sacred Familiar

hello Year of the Sheep – welcoming harmony and creativity

Natura by Patricia Ariel

Artwork: Natura by Patricia Ariel

I always feel that the spirit of a new year truly begins with the New Moon & today we celebrate the birth of the Year of the Sheep. In Chinese Astrology, the Sheep is a symbol of peace. The Sheep brings harmony and tranquility with an emphasis on creativity and the arts. The totem of the Sheep teaches us about community, tribe and sharing. 

I have just been writing  a lot about the spirit this year in our monthly MoonMedicine Newsletter and thinking about the Sheep and the Goat as so much of my day is spent handling and creating with wool and fleece. I had no idea when I began making medicine dolls that they would become such a big part of my daily art practice and work. But I’m so glad that they did! The benefits are many but the one I am focussing on at the moment is how much the dolls have introduced me to the wild rainbow world of fibre!

The first wool love affair was with colour. Dollmaking has helped me to understand colours in a much deeper and profound way. I began to understand why I love certain colours so much and then I began opening my heart to embrace a broader range of colours especially when I was asked to create a doll in a colour that I wasn’t naturally drawn to myself. What I began to notice was that after making that doll I had changed my whole understanding and appreciation of it. I noticed this particularly with the colour brown and now I absolutely love it and am blown away by the huge spectrum of just that one colour. I’m sure being surrounded by all of these giant trees in Sherbrooke Forest had a powerful influence too – I am constantly noticing the many types of brown in even just one tree. I feel I have now opened my heart fully to every colour in the spectrum.

wool for medicine dolls by Sacred Familiar

I always had a sense that I was in a kind of ‘spirit apprenticeship’ with the medicine dolls and that the teachers were ancient doll makers. These Great GrandMothers must have felt happy with my understanding of colour because they recently brought a new love and understanding to me and this new love affair is now with texture and fibre! I began branching out and experimenting with all the different types of wool – this organic fleece is so flexible and malleable as well as extremely soft. I try to use Australian merino as a base always and now I am adding silk, mohair, camel and alpaca. Recently I was contacted by someone who is creating wool for me that also includes buffalo. I am very excited about working more with these beautiful creatures and understanding how each different animal medicine feels in a doll and how she comes to look when she is holding it.

wool for medicine dolls by Sacred Familiar

Another benefit that really appeals to me and touches my heart is getting to know the animals personally that share their wool and fibre with me. This is the best way to work with animal medicine – to meet the beautiful beings sharing themselves with us. Below are photos of some of the alpacas that we met at a farm in nearby Wandin, VIC called Santa Fe Alpacas. Did you know that a lot of farms are open to visits? You can organise a group visit with Sante Fe – I’m sure you’re children will love meeting alpacas. Buying fleece and fibres directly from growers and artisan crafts people is really important to me and also lots of fun. We have some of alpaca Storm Attack’s (great name hey?!) beautiful fleece and met his daughters. The black little baby in the photo is two weeks old. I have never been so close to alpacas before and they are gorgeous – their eyes are huge and dreamy. The alpaca was sacred to the ancient Inca tribes and their fleece became known as the ‘fibre of the gods’ – so far I’ve only made 3 dolls with the alpaca fibre and all 3 have an elder grandmother / grandfather energy to them – very wise indeed.

Alpacas with sacred familiar

StarSeed Medicine Doll Giveaway by Sacred Familiar

Subscriber Winner of StarSeed OakAcorn!

And lastly we drew a random subscriber as the winner of the StarSeed OakAcorn medicine doll yesterday and NewGridWolf is the winner!

Love to you all for everything you are birthing in this Year of the Sheep. Here’s to more harmony, peace and communal art-making! Julia + Tony

New Moon in Aquarius – Share What You Love

Dollmaker Sacred Familiar

Good morning friends and welcome to the New Moon in Aquarius! Last night I was finishing our MoonMedicine newsletter and began to write about what I felt in the spirit of this year and the spirit of Aquarius – I thought I would share it here too. But first look at this amazing drawing gifted to me in trade for a medicine doll to artist, Nadia Turner and Fox is in there too! This artwork drawn especially for me was a an opening to the lesson of receiving and I will share the story but first let’s talk about the gift of giving!

foxfaerie medicine doll by Sacred Familiar

Thank you to all of the new followers and subscribers hanging out with us here in the forest – I’m putting the virtual kettle on for you all! Last night we drew the name of a random subscriber to our MoonMedicine newsletter and the winner is Memory Maze! We truly wish we could share this doll with you all and we look forward to sharing more give away dolls in the future.

I believe that many of the dolls wish to be given away, it’s a part of their medicine. This week we were inspired to give away 3 dolls: the FoxFaerie, the Himalayan Spruce doll that was left by the sacred Spring at Mt Donna Buang on an icy and misty day and the Rainbow Lorikeet medicine doll. I am always blown away by the wisdom of the dolls when they are given away – they always go to the person that needs them most. The Rainbow Lorikeet was won by a beautiful young woman, mama, painter who has survived cancer 4 times. You can see her amazing artwork at www.hellcatkreations.com. I truly couldn’t have chosen a more worthy keeper – the dolls know!

doll given away by sacred familiar

Rainbow Lorikeet doll by Sacred Familiar

I’m an Aquarian so I am thrilled to be feeling the vibe of this New Moon about to birth in Aquarius – a Super Moon means that it is very close to the body of Mother Earth and has a much stronger presence. But I’ve also come through one of the deepest and darkest months – I understand now that I was shedding a layer that was keeping me in a comfort zone that no longer felt comfortable. And I didn’t go easy!

It’s our understanding that in the Year of the Sheep we will be asked to create community even more by collaborating, sharing and weaving with each other. It is no longer a time of the ‘lone wolf’ – doing everything ourselves and alone. We are realising that we are all in this together and that working together not only benefits us all but really helps to lighten the load of carrying and doing everything ourselves. And even though we understand this, putting this new way into practice might be hard for some of us because it requires us to trust each other. How do we do that? We learn to really truly trust ourselves.

You might also find that as you release attachments and let go of the past in the Year of the Sheep you will then be asked to grow in your medicine and your gifts and share them in places that at first seem too big, too hard, too far. But the key word here is seem. So much has changed, we have changed too and that’s why it’s so important to let go of the past to dream in the new. I know all about this because after 2 years of quietly living and dollmaking in the forest and barely leaving the mountain, I was called by the powerful dreamers who have created Spirit Weavers Gathering to join them this year in the Redwood Forest in California! I have been actually feeling the call to join these amazing sisters for the last 2 years but resistant to travel so far and leave my beloved forest. But there was more to it, something I couldn’t really put my finger on. This year the call was strongest of all and as much as I felt every cell in my body say yes! to the Gathering I also felt an enormous amount of fear.

This year I broke through the fear and reached out to my sisters of the North and received an invitation to join them in the Redwoods! But as soon as I accepted, my fear ramped up a notch and my back went out – I was unable to walk for a week! As I lay in bed I had a lot of time to finally meet and know that fear. I was afraid that something so big and magical was requiring me to be bigger and I thought that meant to be more than myself. But we are never asked to be more than ourselves or to be like someone else. Yes it was a big energy calling me to travel across the oceans but Spirit only ever wants you to be present as yourself. We are always enough. As soon as I let go of what I thought I should be I acknowledged that the pain in my back was actually about creativity blocked and locked up in my body. When I acknowledged that I was here to teach what I know and share my love of dollmaking and also create in even more mediums, my back ‘let go’ of the pain. I think we have a hard time understanding how magnificent we naturally and truly are. We have a terrible habit of comparing ourselves to others and their gifts and that is so sad. It’s like having an orange tree and wishing for apples. This year is the year – it’s going to ask a lot of you because you have a lot inside you. It’s time to let it out, let yourself out and share yourself and what you love to do with as many people as possible.

Nadia Turner is one of our favourite artists and we are also lucky to have her as a neighbour here in Sherbrooke Forest. I am still very emotional when I look at the drawing of the dollmaker that she created for me – not only because it depicts Fox and I but because it contains the message my Spirit has given me about creating what I love and letting it go. Sharing creativity with others and letting the dolls take me as far as they need to go. It reminds me that the little is the big – that in a small doll is a big world. This year I will be stretching out to teach as many people as I can to weave and sing love into the creation of their own medicine dolls. I hope to see you in my travels. I see each doll now as a little seed of love being planted back into the body of the Earth. Let’s plant this garden together.

Tony and Julia - Sacred Familiar

Hawai’ian Ancestor Doll – why we cannot wait to be perfect

vision Quest Tarot with Sacred Familiar

Recently I was asked by a friend who is also a maker and artist if it is a good thing to create something for someone else when we ourselves are feeling down or unwell. I understand this question, I used to worry about the same thing and very strictly only created when in my utmost health. But one day I created a doll for a woman in great need of assistance, she was suffering panic attacks and I wanted to make her a doll right then when she needed it most. On that weekend I was in a state of grieving for someone in my own life but as I sat with the soft wool in my hands with all that colour around me – my favourite part of dollmaking is playing with colour – I realised that I began to feel a lot brighter and happier. What I discovered at the end of the creation process was that not only had I made a very beautiful and joyful doll, I was feeling so much better. I have found this to be one of the significant benefits of creating a healing doll for someone else – we receive that healing too. We heal ourselves through the practice of creating and I feel especially that in the act of sending good wishes and intentions to another, we receive the same blessing. A blessing doubled.

Last week, particularly around the Full Moon in Cancer, a Wolf Moon and first full moon of the year, the intensity of energy was enormous. Two astrological posts that I found very helpful to understand the energy at the moment were by Hare in the Moon Astrology and Mystic Mamma. Recently I have been dealing with an old back injury that I used to get when I was much younger. I have come to understand it is emotional and caused from ‘holding on’ and ‘holding back’.  Just before the full moon I felt whatever was lurking down there in the depths for too long suddenly and terrifyingly rise to the surface – it was as if a sleeping volcano had suddenly awoken. At the same time, I was weaving a doll for a beautiful Hawai’ian sister, Wai’ala. I asked myself: can I make this doll when I am feeling so much of my own fear? Hesitantly I began preparing the medicine bundle to go inside her doll. As I did, I kept hearing the word ‘orchid’ and getting the message to include this flower for her. I knew I had 2 orchids grown with love by Tony’s mother but for the life of me I couldn’t find them. Finally I gave up and began to close up the bundle. But I kept hearing a woman’s voice very firmly telling me to keep looking! She was not one to be argued with and so I looked again and finally found the orchids – in the last package of course! I placed them inside the bundle and I could feel right away the doll was happy.

When I shared the message with the Wai’ala about being told to find the orchid, she wrote:

‘It’s local folklore that our Hawai’ian goddess Pele loves and treasures orchids and it’s been said she moves her lava flow around certain ones to save them and consumes everything else around them; preserving them alive in a surrounding sea of lava. I have great joy that the medicine doll requested one’.

Medicine doll by Sacred Familiar

Ancient Oceans medicine by Sacred Familiar

On the night before the full moon I dreamt of an elderly man coming forward with a carefully wrapped box. Inside the box he said was an ancient crustacean. I felt very honoured but also scared to be it’s keeper as if it was too precious and I was not worthy. I was also unsure how to keep it. I was then shown through a series of lessons on how to care for myself more and how to honour and protect the precious animal and mineral medicine gifts that I receive. I was also shown how to release what I had been holding on to. When I awoke from the dream it was as if I was still living in it, it was full moon and I was aware that I had work to do and instructions to follow from the dream.

I woke up and began to finish the medicine doll and as I wove the colours into her dress I saw that she would be holding a crystal skull to represent her ancestors and adorned with fossils of ancient oceans. As I placed the fossils into her dress I realised that the elder in my dream was one of Wai’ala’s ancestors. In the weaving of the doll for his granddaughter I had created a space where he could enter my dream and assist me. On completion, the doll told me her name was FireOrchid Flowing Water Woman. At first I thought that her name was too long, I tried to shorten it to just FireOrchid but the doll was adamant again, she was also FlowingWater. I placed her in a large medicine circle with all of the medicine dolls, my personal dolls too and also all of the animal, plant and mineral medicines that go into the creation of each doll. I held a ceremony at the full moon singing gratitude to every creature, every being, my ancestors, Pachamama, my animals guides and all that help me to create the medicine dolls.

The next morning I awoke to read a new message from Wai’ala:

‘I am so greatly honored, and full of bliss that while bringing her into creation my ancestors visited you and helped heal you and grow your natural talents. Their gift of the crustacean is so beautiful and inspiring. I’ve been seeking a stronger or more open connection with them, and felt a medicine doll would facilitate that amongst many other things, but I think that facilitation alone maybe most healing. It sounds like that connection was forged in many many ways. I have so many blisssful comments on all the details and beautiful work….but I’ll only ask; Did I ever tell you what my name Wai’ala means?? It’s my grandmothers Hawai’ian name and it translates to English as, fragrant flowing water; flower water, or commonly known as Flowing Water.’

I was blown away by this – I had no idea of the meaning of Wai’ala’s Hawai’ian name or that this doll was intended to open the pathways of ancestral medicine. To receive this message was the just one part of the huge healing I received from Wai’ala and her ancestors – another was meeting this little tawny frogmouth. They have been walking with me this whole week and they are strong teachers! I am happy to say that I am practicing more gratitude and discipline around my medicine practices and have even released my hold on certain medicines that I was informed were not for me. It has left me with a sense of trust in what I’m doing and deep honour of the animal world, even the ancient creatures who are no longer existing in the same way on our earth but are still here in other forms.

I think sometimes we wait to be perfect to make something beautiful. If we do this, perhaps we will never create anything at all, thinking that we aren’t there yet or aren’t worthy. I feel that would be very sad for all of us and especially Mother Earth. Each creation is a ripple of love, a teaching from the mother in birthing with love. In these changing times there is so much healing and assistance available to us, especially when we create with the intention of helping another. We are all a little broken at times, we are flawed and a little ragged. We are all human and we are all in this together. Our shadow helps us to keep connected to compassion and empathy and when someone comes to us and they are facing their own dark night of the soul, we may know exactly what is needed. Because we have have been through it ourselves, we can give them hope to keep moving forward.  A tarot spread that really helped me to face my fears during this moon time was a shadow reading I call ‘shining a light on the scary’.

My deepest gratitude goes to Wai’ala! I look forward to hugging you in person under the Redwoods at Spirit Weavers Gathering! And my deepest gratitude to your ancestors. I am honoured to share their message:

‘Let go of what is not needed, protect what is sacred, remember the living ancients and trust in yourself.’

Thank you FireOrchid Flowing Water Woman.

Medicine doll by Sacred Familiar

Deepening with Mikailah and The School of Shamanic Midwifery

Mikailah and I heading down to the Deepening

I am still landing here in the forest after the Deepening Retreat with The School of Shamanic Midwifery. My deepest thanks to my sister witch and shamanic astrologer, Mikailah, Jane Hardwicke Collings the amazing founder and creatrix of The School of Shamanic Midwifery and mermaid teachers, Talulah and Kristan for all of your graceful assistance and love. And to all of the sisters who joined us in the Deep as we journeyed with the Wild Swan – thank you from the bottom of my heart.

It was truly a gift to hold this Swan Blessing dreaming pool with such a dear dear sister as Mikailah and together we brought our elements of Fire and Water to the unbinding of the Witch and her medicine and also the freedom of the Gypsy.

What an amazing year 2013 has been, what a great shedding of the old skin in the Year of the Water Snake. Blessings and love to all of the Medicine Women around the world who are preparing to travel and share their love next year. You Are Free.

Here is a link to all of Kristan’s photos from The Deepening.

Mabel Juli and her Moon Dreaming

The winner for the Kate Chaillis RAKA Award 2013, Mabel Juli.
Mabel Juli with her painting Garnkeny Ngarranggarni (Moon Dreaming)  Photo Eddi Jim
I have been swimming deep in the mysteries of Lilith this past month especially after the ceremony we held at the Magdalene Laundries. And so many sisters have been coming to me to journey to their own past life Lilith stories and wound to clear and release the bindings from it.  Lilith as been showing her face to me everywhere I turn.
And I saw her here too in Australia when I was drawn to the Dreamtime painting Moon Dreaming by Aboriginal artist, Mabel Juli. Mabel’s painting recently won the Kate Challis RAKA Award and is part of the current exhibition: Under the Sun showing in Melbourne at the Ian Potter Museum of Art. 
I have been fascinated by this beautiful painting, so minimal and yet so potent. I see such a similarity to the astrological symbol of Black Moon Lilith. Even the Dreamtime story has many Lilith undertones and themes:

”The moon as a man went hunting kangaroo, and left his wife and mother-in-law at home in the camp. When he came back he saw a woman with her long hair hanging down. It was the mother-in-law and he wanted to marry her; he didn’t want his wife any more.”

The people of the camp told him to leave and to take his ”right-way wife”. As he walked, the moon turned and cursed them, telling them they would die, while he would return each month.’ Mabel Juli


Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/entertainment/art-and-design/shining-light-on-the-dark-side-of-the-moon-20130814-2rwur.html#ixzz2jAU2BV00

Lilith Rising

Dear Sisters,

After holding Femmina Unbound at the Convent I received instruction telling me to hold a workshop to embrace and connect to the essence of the Wild Feminine. This Swan Blessing workshop: Reclaiming the Ancestral Medicine of your Lilith Story will focus on clearing binding beliefs, vows and sacred oaths that we are still carrying in regard to beliefs about ourselves and the Dark Feminine.  The work I have done embracing my shadow and my own Lilith Story of my past life, in the matriarchal lineage in my family and in my birthchart has helped me more than any other work to understand myself and to release my old story and limiting beliefs about my history and sense of who I thought I was supposed to be. 

By integrating the Wild Feminine I released so much shame and fear about stepping into my medicine path. Once the truths of your Lilith story are reclaimed, what we once believed were failings or parts of ourselves that were not acceptable, become our greatest gifts and strengths. Without the filter of old perceptions, beliefs and past experiences, our Lilith traits – once viewed as difficult or frightening, shine like stars in the night sky. These gifts are often courage, ability to say NO, originality, fierce love and deeply shamanic and magical talents. This is how the light returns to our story – when we embrace the outcast parts of our true nature, we can become whole.  

If you are called to do this work, you will be held in a sacred circle where you are safe to welcome home the outcast aspects of your Feminine Nature.  As this circle works deeply with the placement of Black Moon Lilith in your own personal natal chart, places are limited to 13 women. If you feel called to join us, you will need to send me your date, place and time of birth if you know it and payment to hold your place.

Rising – Patricia Ariel

Introducing The Black Swan – Black Moon Lilith Sessions

  • Astrology: Discover where your own personal Black Moon Lilith resides in your Astrological Natal Chart and how this influence has been felt in your life. 
  • Tarot: Let the esoteric symbols of the Tarot give accurate and practical advice on what is needed to be released and embraced in your personal Lilith story. How to polish the gifts Lilith has given to see their light. 
  • Past Lives: Delve deeper into your Lilith story through Past Life Healing to uncover and heal past wounds and to reclaim your ancient wise woman gifts of the Dark Feminine. 


Know Thyself.  At this time of the rise of the Divine Feminine we are being asked to embrace the full radiance of our Spirits. This radiance soon illuminates all aspects of our lives and we become aware of the ‘orphaned’ or ‘outcast’ traits of ourselves hiding in the shadows.  Shame, regret, anger and guilt about the past wounding of the Feminine are emotions we will focus on transforming as we cast them into the alchemical cauldron. This energetic transformation works to heal the splitting of our spirit that occurs when we begin to label parts of ourselves or areas of our life as ‘good’ or ‘bad’. There is no such thing. When we heal this illusion & embrace the purity of our essence we see the wounds as signposts to our gifts as: the wise woman, the shamaness, the wild artist and the fearless lover. 

By embracing our ‘night-time sister’ we create a sense of wholeness & embodiment of the luminous, unbroken circle. In our Black Moon Lilith session together you will receive vital messages from the Dark Feminine about your current life and past lives as well as practical advice on how to own the beautiful and potent gifts awaiting recovery from the shadows. We are in the time of The Deep, a time of going beyond the superficial, beyond the influence of anything other than our own Authority. I welcome and invite every part of you to step forward in all of your wild splendour!