New Year – New You

newyearOnce again we are approaching a New Year, it’s time to cleanse yourself of the past and prepare for the year ahead.

On two sheets of parchment (or any paper you like) paper you will make 2 lists: (While making these lists, visualize everything you write down. If you want to get rid of heartbreak, visualize your heart mending – if you want more money, visualize yourself getting a larger paycheck, more money in your bank accounts, etc)

The first list will be of all things you don’t want or no longer need in your life. Be specific, very specific!

The second list will be of things you want to keep in your life and things you would like to see coming into fruition. Again, be specific!

You will take the “Keep” list, roll it up, tie it with a ribbon, say a final prayer and place it in a safe place for the year. 

You will then take the “Get Rid of” list and burn it in a fire. Watch that list burn and imagine all the things on that list burning out of your life with it. Be sure while you do these acts that you do them with love in your heart. You don’t want bad karma, mojo or intentions intertwined with your ceremony. Do all things with love. You don’t wish for bad to come to anyone or anything in your lists … you just no longer want or need them in your life so you should wish them away with love and kindness so that the parting may be an easier transition for all who may be involved.

And as with all ceremonies you should take time to yourself to reflect, prepare and ground yourself before beginning. Cleanse the space, yourself, your mind and body before the ceremony. 

Many Blessings,

Hello Spring!


It’s that time of year to think about what seeds you will be planting and how you would like them to grow.

What in your life do you want to see coming to fruition this year? Have you sewn the seeds to get your endeavors growing?

Before you can plant the seeds you have to get the ground ready. Lots of work has to be done before the seeds ever go into the ground. From that point on you must actively tend your garden to ensure it ripens to your liking.

Some people like to through out seeds and just see if they take root and then they accept whatever sprouts. There isn’t anything wrong with that … you just have to be happy with whatever comes from it and if the birds get to those seeds before they have the chance to take root and grow .. well then you have to wait another year and try again.

But, if you want something particular in your life you must do the work to bring it into being. Prepare the ground, carefully choose your seeds and tend to them as they begin to grow. At the end , you’ll have a harvest that you can be proud of. All the work you put into it will show and the reward, great!

What seeds will you be planting this year?

Many Blessings & Happy Spring!