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Spirituality ABC

Castlerigg Stone Circle, England. The evening ritual of a witchcraft workshop. Marcus Katz is the owner of the Far away center, the first independent contemporary esoteric training centre in the UK. He regularly organizes witchcraft and tarot workshops.

This is the second blog of a series called Spiritual Guidance in which I use tarot, my experience and intuition to guide people to find solutions for their problems. This question is from Tiffany, who asks about a spirituality ABC:

 

Hi Alice

My question would be – while we are all undergoing our spiritual shifts & different paths – it seems to me that all of this information out there can easily confuse many that want to – take up this walk , so to speak. I feel that there should be some first steps that can be clearly defined for those who are just entering this new world. You might say – well follow your heart & take what steps you feel you need to. But for certain people & people like myself , I had ALL KINDS of info coming at me. I would have loved it if I had a place I could have gone ( via blog , website etc) that could tell me – ok. First thing to do that would greatly benefit you , would be to learn how to meditate.  Continue Reading

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God in disguise

I want to share a story that gave me a new understanding of life. The story’s sentiment is deeply integrated in the spirit of the Ghetto Tarot. It goes like this: “Before our world was born, God used to…

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Start living NOW

Alan Watts, one of my favorite philosophers, talks about our lives and ways of thinking in current society. We got programmed to belief that the future is always more important than the NOW. He puts it into beautiful words:…

Barahona, Batey 3, March 2011.
The workers start early in the morning burning the canes and then cut until the end of the day. ||
Batey communities in the Dominican Republic are company towns or neighborhoods where Haitian sugar cane workers and their families live.

Cutting sugarcanes is physically demanding and extremely low-paying work. An estimated 250,000 residents live in approximately 500 bateys. Most residents do not have access to drinking water, proper sanitation facilities, medical care, or education.
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Letter to my Higher Self

Dear Higher Self, we have been together for almost 29 years. We went through so many ups and downs and you have never left my side. You were there for me throughout my whole life. You played, you laughed,…