My last theory-heavy post for the month is going to be on the disharmonies of the Lung system. Like with the post on Liver disharmonies, I am going to discuss common patterns with the Lung system and what they might look like from a Western perspective as well as some general advice for preventing or coping with lung disharmonies.
Today’s blogtober post is an experiment! I am going to be posting parts of the newsletter to the blog going forward.
Because a lot of my patients aren’t signed up for the newsletter and they’re missing out on a lot of exciting updates like this one. What am I so excited about? Scroll to find out!
October is a season of change and transformation. The days get shorter, the nights get longer and colder. Trees shed their leaves and their skeletal branches are a stark contrast to the pale, cloudy sky. Fall is the season of all things witchy.
There has been a recent uptick in the number of people calling themselves witch and I think it’s because there is a call for us to change. People don’t seem to mean that they’re making a theological change to Wiccanism. Rather, they are embracing this power of transformation.
“Witchiness” has become synonymous with feminine-power (though not all witches identify as female!). It’s raising up our voices, taking care of ourselves, and yeah, sometimes sage sticks, tarot cards, and crystals.
So to celebrate this witchy season I want to share with you some of my favorite books about female empowerment, healing, and transformation.(more…)