Join me for #SacredAwakening2018, a January-long journey of sacred self-reflection and heartfelt pondering as our new year unfolds.Read More
1) The post-anaesthesia thirst
Omg the thirst! My mouth felt dry for at least three days after my surgery, and my teeth ached a little for about a week when eating.
Every time I tried to hold a conversation with someone my mouth would dry up, resulting in a rather drunken sounding Imogen.Read More
This is going to take time.⠀
Tissues knitting together, muscles settling, cuts and scars easing.⠀
I unfold at my own sacred pace.⠀
You can trust in my timing. ⠀
My rhythm a rhythm divine. ⠀Read More
i died last night.
it was a quiet dive
into depths unknown
escaping the sheets.Read More
I have never loved my body as intensely, as passionately, as freely as I do now.
I’m not sure it would appear that way to those around me. I’ve cried a lot, panicked a lot, obsessed a lot, pleaded with Spirit a lot since my laparoscopy and yet at the very same time I’ve become my body’s fiercest protector and friend.Read More
“If anger is a dirty word I want my mouth to be filthy, rolling against tongue and teeth every instance in which I’ve felt venom’s tang snake her way through my veins - for I must let out my poison, I must, or else there shall be no space left in which to live.”
Anger. So often we're told that there isn't any place for it in our spiritual practice.
As if admitting or expressing deeply felt rage and grief surely dooms us to a never-ending spiral of negative thinking, trapping us in the past, preventing us from fully owning our power as conscious creators.
Turning towards our anger means stunting our growth, keeping us small, blocking our expansion. And yet... what if it actually means the opposite?Read More
We expect so much from people.
We expect so much from ourselves.
Certainty feels reassuring, safe, cocooning and so we make demands, but rarely am I ever certain about anything.
Are you?Read More
I dreamt last night of intruders dressed in dark robes and masks; only to find upon closer inspection that such masks were merely poorly applied paint, and that I was in fact wearing one too.
We speak often of authenticity – of bravely and boldly embodying our true self.
Speaking our truth, acting from within a place of integrity, embracing our individuality in the face of conformity and an all too easy blending in with the majority.
Yet what if we aren’t quite sure who we are or what our true voice sounds like?Read More
If I am to grow I must take the rejected parts of myself causing me sorrow and hug them back into my being - hug them so tightly, so fiercely, that each is steeped in love, soothed into fuel for growth, reassured that they are welcome, no longer demons in the basement but beloved guests at the kitchen table.Read More
Back in early 2016 I filmed a video called Choosing a Monthly Tarot Mentor, outlining the way in which I work with the Court Cards on a monthly basis.
If you're keen to deepen your relationship with the energies and personalities of the Courts, choosing a mentor for the month ahead is a brilliant way to forge a connection and cultivate a soulful bond with your inner cast of CC characters.
Feeling super inspired and refreshed while on my hols this week, I thought I'd share 15 ways in which we can use the cards - Courts, Majors and Minors - in a mentoring capacity.Read More