DOMAGICK CHALLENGE DAY 24 I started to my Domagic work differently than usual today, with a Tarot reading. I’ve been struggling to feel enthusiastic about a particular writing commitment, so I asked Sitri what I could do to feel passionate about the project again. I turned over the Six of Cups. This card could mean […]
DOMAGICK DAYS 22 and 23 When I started this challenge, I said that if I lowered my anxiety at all I would consider it a win. I still experience some panic but I’ve discovered situations that make it flare up. My heart pounds whenever my family’s financial future gets mentioned. Put me in a living […]
The bulk of my magickal work will be completed too late for me to blog about it until tomorrow, so I thought I might answer a question posed by a friend instead. S. Connolly recently asked her readers, “What talents do you have, and are you sharing them with the world? There are people out […]
DOMAGICK CHALLENGE DAY 21 I started today off with a visit to a trusted advisor and laid out what’s been going on in my life since the Domagick Challenge began. I talked about how it has made me think again about going back to school, as well as how my diverse interests and skill sets […]
DOMAGICK CHALLENGE DAY 19 My cat now runs to jump into my lap every time I chant the Five Warrior Syllables. Today he threw his paws around my neck and started drooling with happiness as soon as I started chanting. I couldn’t help but laugh. The collar of my shirt got a shower!
DOMAGICK CHALLENGE DAY 18 I pleased to announce that my house was free of workmen all day today. It turns out they managed to get the job done early and didn’t have to come back after all. That meant I could dedicate the entire day to magick and art. Hurrah! First, I made a scrying […]
DOMAGICK CHALLENGE DAY 17 Today was what I like to call a mixed bag, On one hand, I met all the necessary benchmarks and was able to move on to the next step in my lymphedema treatment. Staying off my feet for two days apparently worked. On the other hand, a workman was already busy […]