Often, knowing our power as creators and healers, we are overwhelmed with multidimensional awareness, our abundance of gifts to share, our desire to expand into our infinite potential. This can challenge us to make decisions about where to apply our creative energy and how to develop our healing gifts.
The archetype of the wounded healer reveals to us that it is only by being willing to face, consciously experience, and go through our wound do we receive its blessing. To go through our wound is to embrace, assent, and say “yes” to the mysteriously painful new place in ourselves where the wound is leading us. This is a genuine death experience, as our old self “dies” in the process, while a new, more expansive and empowered part of ourselves is born.
How a story of drugs, rape, and captivity, became a story of gratitude. You got me begging you for mercy. Why won’t you release me. Yea, you remember the tune. “Mercy” is the name. The 2008 musical hit by singer, Duffy takes on a whole new chilling meaning now that she has set herself free […]
For the first time, the design of a new deck is inspired by America’s occult literary heritage. Thea Wirsching Ph.D, co-developer of the American Renaissance Tarot deck, is a wounded healer, astrology, priestess of SekhMet. Her life and work deserve an interview, but this one is dedicated to our discussion of this unique new tarot deck.