Where I’ve been since we last spoke:
You can read the sample for the Prince of Portland/Bastard Prince spread here at my Google Docs. The Sample for the Glass Ceiling reading is available as a PDF here. Let me know which format you prefer to read these in – PDF or Google Docs! You can purchase the reading at my shop, some new products are listed below.
FREE readings: There are still slots open to receive a free rune reading from my at my Tumblr. I will stop taking questions at 17:00 GMT 25/01/15. You will start to receive answers from 17:00.
Spell Saturday: Bring Me Work Oil
18 ” Cauldron
Protect my Prosperity Powder – also useful to make incense with
Super Large Black Salt in the cutest salt shaker ever
Past Life Reading
The above link should leads to a PDF of a sample reading of my Glass Ceiling Spread. Since it’s a spread I devised myself, I thought it would be cool for people to see how I read it. You can purchase your own reading here. The pictures are usually better, but I’ve been ill recently and missed the daylight.
I am a modern woman. I take inspiration for my practice from the world that is around me. I live in a world of media, where stories influence us probably more than ever before.
One of the stories that influence me is that of Captain Sean Renard, from Grimm, which is a fun, yet dark, police procedural/fantasy TV show with engaging characters and intricate, yet absorbing and easy to follow storylines.
Semi-spoilers for Season Two ahead, but you don’t have to know Grimm or like it to use the spread.
Renard hates a big part of himself, so he ignores it and pretends it doesn’t exist, as far as he can do that when it’s something physical. Since others are of the opinion this part of him is disgusting, it fuels that self-hatred and helps him turn his anger and disgust outwards as well.
However, because he buries something of himself he doesn’t like, he buries a lot more of himself; beautiful things about himself, whether by intent or because subconsciously, those traits remind him of what he is trying to hide. And we are all guilty of that.
There is an explanation of how to use this spread at my Tumblr. It is part of the #CraftaSpread competition, so if you have a Tumblr, please vote for me by liking the Tumblr post.