The Witchcraftsy Podcast
Community and your ritual practice, Dreamweaver...
Astrologist Porsche Bazany (of Urania Universe) and Yogi/Body Healer Jessica Jean Muir (of Raven Roots) started trading spells like recipes, and conjuring up post-shift rituals while working in a restaurant together. Mother Goddess lives everywhere, Y'all, Their solo magick coming together started to morph into a glorious idea for Luna Goddess Circles: let’s bring more curious witches together for learning, experimentation, and collective healing.
Oftentimes witches and spiritual folks get stuck in solo practice. It’s easy to get used to your brand of candle magick, your secret forest getaway, or the special way you do your prayers with the moon. We forget to hold hands with others as a way to amplify our divine energy for an serve the collective. Get inspired to Join a Luna Goddess Circle, start your own goddess circle, or apply the manifestation ritual they share on today's episode. We promise, you’ll catch the vibes and heart-centered goodness right from the start. So Mote it Be!
Part two of this wise and powerful interview (see E29) is our with Holographic Divine Healer Chong Bhakti. Catch part one as we build to Chong's conception of God as the source of all springs, a discussion of where we cosmically are today on our human evolution. We're living deeply in the masculine aspects, and muting our feminine aspects of the Divine. Find your magick, Dreamweaver. Take your hatred and transmute that into something creative.
"We choose to be here. We need to be here with both feet. Make a commitment altogether. Then whatever we decide, create in our own lives. It becomes easier." - Chong Bhakti
I reference CTZN Podcast's episode with Tarana Burke
***Trigger warning: we do talk about heavy topics of abuse and rape in reference to survivorship and healing 15 minutes into the episode***
A walk-in enters a body mid-life, as opposed to being born. Chong Bhakti is a metaphysical healer with this experience and many other words of wisdom for being incarnated.
Disconnected from source? Feeling stuck and alone in your healing and learning? This super intimate witchy lesson from the Witchcraftsy podcast is about getting to 'where the people are'. Stop hustling and start aligning with others.
A Witch coming out toolkit and inspiration featuring provocative witch writer and healer Free L'Amour. How do you get right with yourself and come into your own magick? Face your light and dark corner so the divine goddess can move through you.
What is a "Light Body" or a "Mer Ka Ba"? Is there a difference between magick and magic? This episode is all about unpacking common terms used in spiritual spaces.
Embrace queer hip-hop as a magickal method of play and creativity with rapper and producer Kitty Crimes. Violate expectations others have of you. Let Witchcraftsy and Kitty Crimes lead you down a path of underground goodness on today's podcast about queer hip-hop and more.
- Set up an ancestral altar
- Start an ancestral meditation with those who can help you
- Give offerings to ancestors
How does the divine flow through you, Dreamweaver? Today is all about your creative process.
What's your creative process on your own or in community? Do you get in the way of your own creative process unfolding? Are you ready to expand your view of 'what's creative.' Is creativity your imagination or intuition? Is all creativity divinely inspired?
Our beloved Andye Murphy, the Rock 'n Roll Shaman and your host Amy Lynn dance around with topics of creativity and creative process that can evolve throughout your life. Give yourself permission to play and craft, Dreamweaver. Maybe it's time to stop holding onto your creative projects and release them to the world.
Also... we owe you a reading of "Kindness" by Naomi Shihab Nye. But in case you don't want to wait, here she is reading it herself. Doesn't get better than that, eh?
Witches working hard on their craft! We love singer/songwriter Jen Korte with Lady Gang. She's a radically talented musician and puts on a damn fine show. But there's more behind the performance - the entertainment - what you see on stage. Jen Korte teaches us that to truly become masterful at your craft, it takes practice, mentorship (giving back), fostering community, and a curious mind. This episode with inspire you to savor your creative process, and find the motivation to work for your craft.
Learn what happened when Jen first picked up an instrument, and how she's continued to iterate and evolve her music into her own special brand of witchcraftsy devotion to the beat.
Jen is a well-respected and talented musician working on several professional projects at once. You'll find Jen Korte surrounded by pedals and guitars with her new solo act Lady Gang. You might also catch her performing with her signature band Jen Korte and the Loss, or on stage as the new front-woman for the well-respected cover band Gin Doctors in Denver, CO. When she's not on stage or creating magickal music, she's often with her gorgeous wife and sipping wine with your Witchcraftsy host. 🙂