The Dianic Wheel of the Year

Hallowmas (Samhain) – 31st of October
The Deepening: The Goddess descends into Herself entering the in the spirit world of the dreams time.

Winter Solstice (Yule) – 21st of December
The Conception: The Goddess is not physically giving birth to a new human being, but as Crone begins to leave the physical world in order to conceive Herself as daughter of light, so the new life-cycle can start again.

Imbolc (Candlemas) – 1st February
The Awakening: The Goddess, after conceiving Herself, evolves into the Maiden form. This is also the time for initiations into The Dianic Tradition.

Spring Equinox (Ostara) – 21st of March
The Emergence: The Spring Maiden, reborn from the earth, emerges from the winter, exploding into an epiphany of flowers and green hills, symbol of life in all its glory.

May Eve (Maiden Fire) – 1st of May
The Menarche, The Flowering: The Maiden is initiated into women’s mysteries through the menarche, her first blood. The passion awakes and the girl becomes a young woman.

Summer Solstice (Litha) – 21st of June
The Union: The Goddess, as young woman, after having experienced the joy of the union with the creative self, sexual and sensual, becomes pregnant of Her own creations. This season marks the transition from the Virgin to the Mother, creatrix and giver of life.

First Harvest (Lammas) – 1st of August
The Ripening: The Great Mother is honored as supporter of life and giver of nutriment for Her daughters and their sons.

Fall Equinox (Modron) – 21st of September
The Descent: The Great Mother has completed Her creative process and now she stops bleeding, beginning her physical transition to the Crone and preparing herself to descent into the spirit world.

– Taken from The Dianic Wheel of the Year (Sabbats)

The Thirteen Goals of The Witch

1. Know yourself
2. Know your Craft
3. Learn
4. Apply knowledge with wisdom
5. Achieve balance
6. Keep your words in good order
7. Keep your thoughts in good order
8. Celebrate life
9. Attune with the cycles of the Earth
10. Breathe and eat correctly
11. Exercise the body
12. Meditate
13. Honour the Goddess and God

– Taken from Scott Cunningham Wicca for the Solitary Practitioner

The Prayer of Exaltia

Our Lady is exalted among the daughters of Heaven
Shining Inanna, Star of the Sea
Robed in celestial light
She abases the cruel and the proud
And hearkens to the plea of the lowly
The rich who deny Her godhead find not contentment
But blessed is the humblest of Her servants
She delivers the captive into Her care
And takes the hand of the fallen
May the whole world praise You, beloved Inanna
May your glory be told of in all the earth
Let then exalt Your dominion
And Your valiant courage
And glorify Your holy Name
Have mercy on Your servant who gives You blessing
And take her hand in need and suffering
In illness and distress give her the gift of life
May she go forever in joy and delight
To magnify Your holy Name
Before all the peoples of the world.

Taken from the book The Sacred Myths and Rites of the Madrians

O Bright, Wondrous Goddess

O Bright, Wondrous Goddess
How I adore You
How my soul aches for Your completion

In Your Glorious Mantle of Love and protection
In the Warmth of Your Cosmic Womb, O Mother
I am wrapped as a babe

My reverence for You runs higher than the mountains
As high as the Heavens of Your own Creation
From whence I came forth

And to Your Light of Life I shall return
One with Your Heart
Beloved again forevermore.

– Self-composed

Daughter of Light

Daughter of Light
who reigns as Queen of Heaven
all praise and honour I joyfully give unto You.
Give me to learn that You are by me
in every act that I make.
Teach me obedience and humility
and joy of heart
that comes of self-forgetting.
Help me to be a clear mirror of Your Love;
reflecting all the beauty of the world;
for beauty is the echo of Eternity.
Fix my heart on the Eternal
and let me not be turned from You by transient things.
Rescue me from the hands of darkness
that I may serve You with all my Being
here and in Your Bright eternity.

– Taken from the book The Sacred Myths and Rites of the Madrians

Important Personal Dates

23/03/2013 – Liberation and freedom from domestic abuse
05/01/2014 – Spiritual awakening and initial illumination
10/02/2016 – Shamanic crisis and near death experience
09/07/2017 – Beginning initiation into witchcraft
27/07/2018 – Dedication to the Goddess: Divine Feminine
05/05/2019 – Dedication to the God: Divine Masculine

Morning and Evening Prayers to the Mother

A Morning Prayer

Celestial Mother, grant me this day that every work I do
shall be as lovingly and well performed
as though I were to give it into Your divine hands.
Fill me with Your energy,
that I may both give beauty to the world
and perceive the beautiful in all of Your creation.
Grant that this day shall add a stone to the temple of my soul.

An Evening Prayer

Mother, to Whom all the thousands of the days are as one,
and yet Who knows more of the small events of my past day than I;
receive my spirit at the ending of the day,
and protect her through the night.

– Taken from the book The Sacred Myths and Rites of the Madrians

God my Father and my Mother

God my Father and my Mother
I give you thanks and praise
For all that you have made,
For the stars in their splendour
And the world in its wonder
And for the glorious gift of human life.
With the saints and angels in heaven
I praise your holy name.

– Taken from the Methodist’s Prayer

Personal Prayer to Triple Hekate

Beautiful Maiden
Draped in divine robes
With luscious locks that lay dark as night around your waist

Honoured Mother
Enactor of justice
You whom guides the soul
To walk the path of harmony
In sync to the angels’ serenades

Mysterious Grandmother
Beloved midwife and nurse
Your will embraces me in serenity

Hekate, oh Hekate
Great Goddess
The sacred flame of all worlds
Blessed be.

– Self-composed

Usui Reiki Symbols

Power. Traditional Name: Cho Ku Rei
Meaning: “Placing all the powers of the universe here”
Intention: Power
Purposes: Manifestation, increased power, accelerated healing, healing catalyst, protection

Harmony. Traditional Name: Sei Hei Ki
Meaning: “God and man become one”
Intention: Balance
Purposes: Improve memory, emotional healing, mental balance

Distance. Traditional Name: Hon Sha Ze Sha Nen
Meaning: “Having no present, past, or future”
Intention: Timelessness
Purposes: Distance healing, temporal healing, healing karma, spiritual connection

Master. Traditional Name: Dai Ko Myo
Meaning: “Bright shining light”
Intention: Enlightenment
Purposes: Empowerment, soul healing, oneness

Completion. Traditional Name: Raku
Meaning: “Fire serpent”
Intention: Grounding
Purposes: Kundalini healing, hara connection, chakra alignment