The Month of February

The Month of February

February is about Self-Care

The Energy of February

The month of February holds the energies of self-care and self-love. This is the month to take time to nurture and love yourself. It is important that you create commitments to love yourself all year long and not just in February. I have found that I have to schedule these things in my calendar in order for them to happen.

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The Power of Astrology: An Overview of Planetary Transits

2 Astrology Transits

Your astrological chart is a snapshot of where the planets were at the exact time you were born.  This forms the part of you that doesn’t really change much during your life.  However, in real life, you grow up, get your heart broken, find others who bring you joy, change jobs, and mature into a unique and wonderful adult.

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Creating An Altar

Creating an Altar

Have you wanted to create a sacred altar?

I have been setting sacred space for most of my life, but I did not always realize that was what I was doing. I would set space on my dressers and tables in my bedroom. I would consciously think about how I would want to arrange things and I would always lay down a piece of cloth to bring in color and beauty. The items that I would select were intentional. These are some of the elements that are used in setting an altar space. 

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The Key to Valentine's is Self-Love

Blog Headers for Lisa Eleni for 2021

As consumers, we tend to lavish our loved ones with chocolates, flowers, and other tokens of love to let them know they are important to us. It is great to be able to express our love on this special day in February and it can even bring us joy to see others react to our expressions of love. There definitely can be magic in the exchange; but what will you do when the flowers die, or the chocolates run out?

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Frame Drum & the Feminine Lineage

Frame Drum Lineage

Handheld frame drums are one of the oldest known musical instruments. Historians have found images of the frame drum on caves, painted on walls, burial goods, and on pottery. These images show the importance of the frame drum in the daily life of ancient societies. These images also show women as drummers throughout Mesopotamia, Turkey, Egypt, Greece and Israel. Many of these early cultures were based on the worship of the Mother Goddesses and other females deities.

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Dragon Realm Guides

Dragon Realm Guides

Dragons come in many shapes, sizes, and colors. They are present in all cultures in one form or another. Dragons are powerful guides for each of your journeys.  At this time of year we are faced with many choices, how do we let go of the year past or frankly forget about it! How do we prepare for the new one, or what path lays before me, do I go right, or do I go left? Do I stay the course and hope for the best? Many DNA downloads have happened over the past year and we are feeling the effects. Mother Gaia is healing, and she is ready for us to support her in new and vibrant ways. 

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Why 2021 is the Year to Fine Tune Your Moral Compass

1 Why 2021 is the Year to Fine Tune Your Moral Compass

Last year tested us all in ways we never could’ve expected.  Our stability and sense of order were disrupted and remade.  In 2021, we’re being asked to make sense of our new order; we’ll fine-tuning our moral compass by focusing on the organizations and institutions we associate with and why they are important.  This fine-tuning will ultimately ask us to transform.

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