A few months ago, I posted a blog titled “A Message for the Equinox”. In it, I described a journey I took to see the Morrigna, the three Daughters of Ernmas, and their message for me about the coming fall and winter. As they predicted, the fall has been tumultuous, even beyond what I had expected. Fierce storms raged, the veil was so thin that people who aren’t normally in tune could feel that something was amiss, wild unseen things were wandering, and the US election seems to have caught quite a few of us by surprise. Illusions are being shows for what they are, assumptions are being overturned, and we are all confronting the fact that we have painful shadow work to do in order to move forward. The unnecessary, the luxurious, and the gilded things are being stripped away. It has been a painful season of growth, but I hope you all are rising to the challenge.
As we move forward, however, remember to take time for yourself. Remember to rest, recharge and heal. Check in with people around you; give help where you can, and accept help when you need it yourself. The winter is likely to be even worse than the fall, and spring is very far away. We have much to do before then, and burn out is likely if you can’t maintain yourself.
The Morrigna have been calling me, personally, to help heal those of their warriors who are in my own circle. That, it seems, is my role in the struggles ahead. I am a healer, not a warrior, and my most important efforts include holding space for others. I will do my best to provide respite and sanctuary to all those I can, whether through reiki or spellwork or simply listening. If you need someone to help you find hope, please do not hesitate to reach out.
I’m attempting to schedule some reiki classes for January or February, so if you are interested in taking Reiki I, II, or III, do let me know. Classes are tentatively priced at $50 plus the cost of a manual (which is $15-20), and I’ll need at least three students per level to be able to schedule a class. Weekends are probably best, as each class is several hours long and I’d prefer not to go too late into the evening.