Why I wear a head covering (part 2)

I have already written a post about my initial choice to wear a head covering (click here) I wanted to write a little more extensively about my personal experience. First, it is a personal choice, and just because I choose to do so does not mean I want or expect others to follow. This isContinue reading “Why I wear a head covering (part 2)”

A little bit about my personal spirituality and beliefs…

This is a little bit about my personal spirituality and experience. I know this is something completely different for everyone, as we all have unique experiences, even those who belong to the same religion slightly differ in certain ways. First, I am very open minded. Not only tolerant of other beliefs, but highly interested. IContinue reading “A little bit about my personal spirituality and beliefs…”

On affirmations & the process of manifestation

Getting what you want is difficult… it’s even more difficult knowing that you are the one getting in your own way… it’s not the world that’s against you, but your own mind. Affirmations are phrases you can repeat in your head, say out loud, write over and over, etc. to cut through subconscious blockages andContinue reading “On affirmations & the process of manifestation”

WILD ~ How to embrace your wildness & why you should

We are divine human beings — but we are also animals. Wildness is something that humans have been conditioned to suppress for centuries, for thousands of years. It doesn’t matter how smart we are, how complex our tools are, how spiritual some may be — we will always be part animal. For some silly reason,Continue reading “WILD ~ How to embrace your wildness & why you should”

Mythology Monday ~ Kitsune

“Kitsune” is the Japanese word for “fox.” In Japan, foxes have always held great spiritual significance. Foxes are seen as clever, intelligent, and powerful creatures. In Japanese mythology, foxes possess paranormal abilities such as shapeshifting, possession, fire bending, and mind manipulation. Foxes can use their trickery for evil — causing harm to others, or forContinue reading “Mythology Monday ~ Kitsune”

The Fairytale ~ Masculine + Feminine

PART 1 Disclaimer: I want to write a disclaimer because I’m going to talk about gender roles and I don’t want it to come off offensive. I want to state that gender does not have to apply to physical sex, and whatever you feel you identify with is valid. When I talk about masculine andContinue reading “The Fairytale ~ Masculine + Feminine”

Flow Friday ~ Accept Abundance!

Part of the spiritual journey involves detaching yourself from the physical world, dissociating from worldly pleasures, and letting go of materialism. It means humbling yourself, knowing you are not “obligated” to be showered with riches. It means understanding that happiness and fulfillment comes from within, not from anything outside of yourself. It is the realizationContinue reading “Flow Friday ~ Accept Abundance!”

Flow Friday ~ Why I wear head coverings

As of April, I have made the decision to cover my head. I’ve been using headbands and headscarves. I want to explain my reasoning for this — both spiritual and practical. Disclaimer: let me mention that this is a personal choice. In no way am I saying that this is right, or forcing this choiceContinue reading “Flow Friday ~ Why I wear head coverings”

A Vow of Silence (pt. 3)

I have found that my depression has significantly decreased since becoming a nun. In my old life, I was very depressed. I was completely absorbed in my own pain. My new life forces me to look at the big picture, and focus on other people’s pain, especially those less fortunate. I’ve been doing a lotContinue reading “A Vow of Silence (pt. 3)”

A Vow of Silence (short story)

Luna was sick of the heartbreak that came with people & society. It was madness, all the pain and delusions. She could no longer go on this way. It was decided that she would become a nun. Secluded from the rest of the world, she would live in a small church and dedicate her lifeContinue reading “A Vow of Silence (short story)”