Imbolc means "in the belly of the Mother" and is the first celebration of spring according to the Celtic calendar. The belly of the mother is where the first of the seeds that fell to the Earth during last fall’s harvest season are slowly beginning to stir.Read More
I see a lot of posting about the Return of the Divine Feminine (and have for several years), and I like that. What I don't see is anybody posting about the return of the Divine Masculine. This is happening too. Here is what the Divine Masculine looks like:
1. It is caring, nurturing and supportive.
2. It is strong, powerful and protective.
3. It is creative, dynamic and passionate.
4. It is vocal, receptive and understanding.
5. It is imaginative, perceptive and intuitive.
...among other things.
If this sounds a lot like the Divine Feminine to you, that's because IT IS.Read More
I'd like to take the opportunity to share with you a little bit about my background and the spiritual traditions and practices I'm rooted in.
I will begin with the story of my first spiritual awakening.
The first of many, as it were...Read More
One of the questions I hear the most is this: Why Reiki for couples and families?
Other variations abound, but the heart of the questions is that people want to know why I'm so passionate about treating not just individuals but also their relationships, the bonds between them, and the energetic environments of families.
Long distance healing is a technique that involves the transmission of healing vital life-force energy directly from the Source, through the practitioner and into the energy body of the recipient using a set of sacred symbols designed to facilitate this transmission.Read More
I am Cassandra A. Coghill, a Relationship Alchemist and Intimacy Guide. I have a Bachelor's degree in Women and Gender Studies, with a minor in Human Development and Family Science, from North Dakota State University in Fargo, ND. (Go Bison!)Read More