The Cosmic cycles are reflecting your soul journey back to you, and energetically influencing you all the time. In today’s episode I welcome Grace Funk to the podcast to dive deep into the astrological influences of the planets, moon and Lilith archetype as mapped out in your astrological natal chart.
tune in to hear:
Our cycle check ins, and how Grace is attuned to the cosmic cycles and particularly the influence of Mars in retrograde as part of her embodied experience.
Grace’s journey to finding her work in Astrology.
Grace’s Cycle Wisdom Journal which she has made every year and will be giving away as a free gift for 2023.
The Lilith archetype as a reflection of your lost girl self, and how Grace invites you to tell your Lilith story in a private reading, guiding you to find and share your medicine from your sacred wounds.
Grace’s rituals for Samhain (Halloween) in the northern hemisphere and my Beltane rituals in the Southern Hemisphere, plus what the sabbats are and what these seasonal milestones mean.
Grace is a ceremonialist, astrologer and seer, as well as teacher with the School of Shamanic Womancraft. She is the creator of the Cyclical Wisdom Journal, a year-long self-reflection tool based on menstrual, seasonal and lunar cycles. Grace offers astrology and Tarot readings, as well as hosting various circles and ceremonies. She is passionate about intentional living and deepening into radical self-trust. Grace lives with her husband and three children outside of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, nourished by a big vege garden and the great expanse of prairie sky above.
connect with Grace:
Connect with Grace and download her free cycle wisdom journal from November 8th at www.priestessyourlife.com
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