A special thank to our episode sponsors! See below for listener specials! Witch, actor, and Tarot practitioner Rachel True talks with us about her AMAZING new “True Heart Intuitive Tarot” deck and book! Rachel clues us into learning the card via “the actor’s way,” as part of the journey to trusting our intuition. We discuss ‘high vibe,’ ‘low vibe,’ the important role of ego, losing and picking up our Magick, and the need to invoke compassion. Rachel also shares a few stories of filming “The Craft,” and the story behind her signature butterfly necklace. We also explore Magick for the Sagittarius New Moon. A listener, who is newly out of the broom closet, wants to connect with community. How can they meet people while also maintaining anonymity? Join us on Patreon to hear our full interview with Rachel! Audio transcript to follow. * Manifest The Change You Want To See In Yourself And The World Around You through Sacred Mists Academy. Visit sacredmistsacademy.com for free enrollment (a $30 savings) when using the code WITCHLIFE at registration. Available until 12/31/2020. * Looking for Magickal supplies? To get 10% off your purchase of $35 or more at Sacred Mists Shoppe, go to sacredmists.com and use code WITCHLIFE at check-out. * Pre-order Michael Furie’s “The Witch’s Book of Potions” at www.llewellyn.com and save 20% with coupon code POTIONS20.
Our Guest Today
Rachel True is an American actress who has appeared in many hit and cult films including The Craft, Half Baked, and Nowhere. She was nominated for an NAACP award for her work on the TV show Half & Half. A native New Yorker and an avid bibliophile, Rachel is a lifelong tarot practitioner and author of the upcoming True Heart Intuitive Tarot book and deck. She lives in Los Angeles.
A special thanks to Sacred Mists Academy and Shoppe for Sponsoring this episode! Please see below for listener specials!What a week/year/four years! Never have we needed grounding and centering more than we do now. But does it mean to ‘ground and center’? Why is it important in Magick? Joi Bonman, Witch and self-care queen, joins us to talk about the necessity of grounding and centering, as well as its connection to self-care. Our apologies to Scorpios…we’re totally mean to you in this episode! Plus, Courtney reads Tarot for Hilary and Kanani using Rachel True’s True Heart Intuitive Tarot. A listener in the military wonders how can they maintain a consistent Witchcraft practice with a transient lifestyle, a conservative family, and no place to practice privately. To hear a grounding and centering practice led by Joi, join us on Patreon!
* Manifest The Change You Want To See In Yourself And The World Around You through Sacred Mists Academy. Visit sacredmistsacademy.com for free enrollment (a $30 savings) when using the code WITCHLIFE at registration. Available until 12/31/2020. * Looking for Magickal supplies? To get 10% off your purchase of $35 or more at Sacred Mists Shoppe, go to sacredmists.com and use code WITCHLIFE at check-out.
Joi Bonman is a self-care queen with a CBD Skincare + Self-Care company called My Earth Goddess where she uses herb and healing magic to help others. Joi is the one who will always encourage you to make time for yourself and do your shadow work. As an herb and nature witch and a Virgo to boot, Joi is here to help and heal.
What is music without Magick…or Magick without music? Emmy-nominated musician and Witch Jenna Greene brings us *NEW* music from her forthcoming album and talks with us about how everyone has a gift to bring to heal this world. We also discuss channeling power into our Magick through music and working with the Shadow. Courtney talks about what to do when your dog eats your Magickal supplies and Kanani reviews “Ever After” (with Soleil!). A listener is in a nasty custody battle over a small child and a psychic reader says it’s due to a curse on the family. What should the listener do (Spoiler feelings: We have ***FEELINGS*** about this issue)! “Faerie Queen,” “Mermaid Song (for Yemaya),” and “In The Twilight” performed and used with courtesy by Jenna Greene.
Jenna Greene, “The Greene Lady”, is a weaver of musical myth and magic. With a voice that is both ethereal and soulful, she sings of ancient lore, finding wonder and following dreams. She beautifully interlaces her Celtic, World Folk and New Age influences to create a presentation of haunting ballads, drum-driven dance tunes, lilting harp and mythic story. In 2019, Jenna was nominated for an Emmy in the category of Film Composer for her work on the short film “The Woodland Alchemy.” She has released five albums and is working on a sixth entitled Deeper Waters; a dark and dreamy collection of original mythic songs that explore shadow work and the element of water. You can find Jenna performing at Celtic, Cultural, Faerie, Goddess, Renaissance, Natural Living and Holistic Healing festivals. She also performs for weddings and other special occasions. When Jenna is not performing, she teaches workshops on the healing powers of music and myth. She is also a visual artist and costumer. Her newest passion is embodying various goddesses through cosplay, representing curvy women.