Oak Passage Full Moon Lunar Yoga & Guided Meditation in London Ontario

The full moon represents a balance of solar and lunar energy: the moon reflects the sun bringing day to night. A full moon ceremony is your opportunity to align the dark and light within you.
We use the oak as a gateway, a place of passage between our world and the Otherworld. We dedicate our work to aligning ourselves in prepararion for the responsibilities of success and material gain. We have come to accept that we DESERVE abundance and now we must align our intention for what we will DO with abundance.
Our lunar yoga practice this month is inspired by the Oak lessons of strength and endurance.

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Exciting News!

Our exciting news is that V&E Guidance has launched a quick and easy way for you to get your Tarot or Oracle card readings. All you have to do is follow links, choose your reading, let me know if you have any specific questions, and you will get your full detailed reading in your inbox! Choose from 4 reading options: Comprehensive or 3-Card Faeries’ Oracle and the Ultimate Wildwood Tarot or 3-Card Tarot Readings. E-mail readings are a great way to receive guidance because then you can always return to what was communicated. This is especially useful with the Faeries’ readings because the guidance they give and the messages they share can sometimes last for months! I have provided more information on the difference between a Faeries’ reading and the Wildwood to help you decide but if you have anymore questions don’t be afraid to send me an e-mail and I will help you pick one that is right for you!

V&E Poetic Therapy: Altarwise by Owl-light

Altarwise by Owl-Light is a poem rich with feeling, symbolism and spirituality. Thought to be one of the more surreal and challenging works from Dylan Thomas’ collection of poetry because of the heavy reference to complex philosophical notions of time and space and the deeply religious symbolism. I felt the potency of this poem from the first line and find the imagery incredibly inspiring and engaging. I don’t think the sentiment of the poem is challenging because there are so many lines that are really yummy to read just in the way the sound and rhythm of the words come together.
I found the experience of reading the poem and writing this article invigorating and healing for me. I felt like my mind had been stagnating and this was just what I needed to revive me! In addition to sharing the poem I have briefly defined some of the terms to enrich the reading:
Furies, Abaddon, Mandrake, Capricorn, Cancer, Pelican of circles, Adam, Jacob, Nettle roots, Hemlock, Tree- tailed worm, Eve, Skullfoot, Rip Van Winkle, and Antipodes, what do they have in common, and what is their significance? I hope you enjoy and I would love to hear your feedback!