The video recording will go on our YouTube channel and the audio recording will go on our Spreaker channel and here on our website shortly after the ‘Live’ broadcast..
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About Jennifer Page: Jennifer grew up with fairies dancing in her head and the notion that subtle magic is all around us. Everything is alive, growing, and connected. She loves celebrating what it means to be a part of this world and sharing the connections we all have together. She is co-creator and co-host of the paranormal podcast Odd Tonic as well as owner of The Forest Parlour: which offers divination readings and nature energy healing work. Jennifer is a master level Reiki healer and green witch. She lives in the woods of the Pacific Northwest with her spooky partner Maxwell and their black cat Amulet.
To many of us, horses have always been magical to at least some degree or other. Their beauty and and majesty speaks to that feeling in most of us, young and old.
Well, on this episode, we will be talking with Lawren Leo, the author of Horse Magick, about these very special creatures and the ways to work with their magical energies. And … Sonia Jorgensen, an equestrian expert, joins the crew for the evening.
Lawren Leo, author and spiritual advisor. Owner of New Moon Books, Crystals & Candles, Inc. Contributing author and editor at the electronic magazine, The Familiar.
Lawren Leo is an author and the owner of New Moon Books, Crystals, and Candles, a metaphysical boutique in Pompano Beach, Florida. He contributes to and co-edits the e-zine he founded, The Familiar. He is a spiritual counselor and teacher of esoteric philosophy, practicing witch, and a practitioner of the magickal arts in the tradition of the Golden Dawn.
“I am a firm believer that everything we need and desire to know already exists in our inner and outer universe: We simply need to listen.”
About Horse Magick: Spells and Rituals for Self-Empowerment, Protection, and Prosperity
Discover inner strength and wisdom by bringing the power of the equine spirit to life with spells, meditations, and creative visualization.
Along with the bear, horses are a primary creature associated with shamanism and traditions influenced by it. They appear in 25,000-year-old cave paintings, such as those at Lascaux. They find a role in the modern African diaspora traditions such as Haitian Vodou, whose devotees are called “horses” for the spirits who ride them during trances.
The spirit of the horse exists in the subconscious minds of humans and takes shape in various forms, whether as a symbol of fertility in the land, as in Celtic mythology, or as a psychopomp, which leads the dead to the next world. The horse has made its way into the current of our collective unconscious as a universal archetype.
Horse Magick contains spells, rituals, chants, and meditations for many purposes, loosely based around equine imagery. Numerous traditions are represented, as are many deities, including Athena, Epona, and Baba Yaga. No contact with actual horses is required.
Through the use of spells and rituals, readers are able to magickally ride to their chosen destinies and fulfill their desires. Workings involve crystals, candles, and Tarot cards, items easily accessible for most readers.
Sonia is a Masters prepared Registered Nurse, Shamanic Practitioner and intuitive energy healer utilizing Usui Reiki, sound energy vibration, and equine therapy modalities; in conjunction with her Empathic abilities to help bring the body, mind and soul into resonant harmony.
Sonia is also a skilled horse woman with 30 years experience in the field of horse-related activities, and has recently begun to work with her equine partners to help facilitate healing.
A bit about Emily: Emily Gabbert has been a practicing witch and a follower of a Pagan path for nearly 20 years. She led a group for alternative religions at MU, and was tapped into a society recognizing women leaders for her efforts. She joined the Kansas City Pagan Community in 2013, and has been a co-organizer for the Kansas City Witches Meetup since 2016, receiving the KCPPD Community Service Award in 2017. She is a baker by trade with an interest in all kinds of arts and crafts, and sometimes she writes.
The Witches are back and have a fun conversation brewing in their cauldrons! Jennifer Bishop, Deb Kuehne, and Jerri Wolfe of the Witches Cauldron Gathering – in association with Wild Indigo Coyote, are back to discuss a few different topics, then see where the evening takes us!
Mystic Moon Cafe Radio hosts bring a variety of guests to talk about paranormal phenomenon, cryptozoology, ghost hunting, favorite authors on many topics – fiction, conspiracy theory, and fact, featured music artists, and more!
We welcome honest thoughts and respectful questions from the chat room and plan to cover – but not limit to – some of the following topics:
1- What makes you a witch and what it actually means 2- Covens vs. Solitary 3- Traditions vs. Eclectic wc 4- Sigils, symbols, and tattoo power symbols 5- Working with the elements in Witchcraft 6- Working with the fey 7- Scrying 8- Sacred spaces and best places to work wc 9- Animal Totems vs Familiars 10- Common misconceptions of witches and navigating interactions with others 11- Differences between Wicca and Witchcraft practitioners