Last year, I was teaching a class on Goddess Crystals in which I discussed magick as one of the many gifts of the goddess and the crystals that would amplify that gift.
It resulted in a huge conversation between the whole class around magick and a bevy of questions from many of the students. I was surprised to find such an interest in the subject. Though I've been a practicing Wiccan for many years, and magick has become a very natural part of my life, it has always been a very personal and private aspect of my life. I had no idea my students and clients would be that curious. That discussion lead to the request of more than one of my students that I teach a class on magick.
I agreed, but I knew it would be a while before I could get around to writing that class.
Over a year later, I finally sat down to write my course in magick. But when I started to consider the class, my guides made something very clear. "Magick is not something you learn," they told me, "it's something you live." It became obvious very quickly that I could not adequately teach this in a one-off class setting. And so began the download that would eventually become Everyday Alchemy: Creating a Sacred Practice to Unleash Your Highest Magick, my 8-week intensive in how to grow your own magickal practice.
Even though I identify as Wiccan myself, and I carry a deep love and respect for the Wiccan religion and practice, I didn't want to teach a class in Wicca. I didn't want my students to feel limited to Wicca because in truth, magick is not limited to Wicca. Magick has been around long before Wicca began to emerge on the global scene, and it will be around long after. Magick does not belong to the Wiccans, it belongs to everyone who is willing to heed the call and take up the sacred work. This course does not identify with any one tradition, though it does promote a healthy respect for and curiosity in all magickal traditions.
Preparing this course has been a true labor in love. And as I moved through writing and prepping each module, I found myself experiencing a kind of magickal rebirth. My relationship to magick and my love for it has deepened as a result of this course. I'm so excited to share that love with others.
Everyday Alchemy will begin on September 4th and carry through to October 29th. The entire course is offered virtually, so you can be a student from anywhere in the world and take each week at your own pace.
You can learn more about Everyday Alchemy by clicking here.
This class is limited to six students total because it is important to me that I am able to be fully engaged with each and every one over the course of our two months together. Currently, there are only four spaces left.