The SpiritMAMA blog started two blogs ago, amidst my own postpartum health crisis in 2012. Somewhere in that insanity – 2012 mania and my inner landscape – I built a small altar space on the top of my piano and began praying. Hard. Then, a teacher appeared in my life. This is when things began to change for me.
Since then I have learned so much I keep outgrowing my online self. But that’s what a spiritual jouney is all about right?
SpiritMAMA has evolved once more. I’ve moved over to Gifts for Mystics at the Mystics blog.
Won’t you join me?
Read more about the move here.
About Sky Bray
Student, initiate & practitioner of folk medicine and magical paths from Indian (Yoga), Norse to Celtic to Peruvian to Old British (Traditional Witchcraft) – hailing from Scottish, Cornish & British ancestors. In practice since 2012 and formal training for the last 6 years.
A punk-rock street kid and then a DJ. On a heroine’s quest to heal from a (previous) lifetime(s) of too many late nights and not enough food.
A mum raising small pagans inside the seasons and cycles of nature, teaching kids to love the earth and care about the world around them.
Welcome to this little oasis deep in the enchanted forest, where I share cool stuff in the esoteric, mystical and magical realms – art, music, fashion, people, culture – and document my ongoing studies in the folkloric, esoteric. occult & arcane.
Yoga Teacher Training – 250 Hr
Certification, 200 hr
Vinyasa, Yin, Meditation, Yogic philosophy study.
Yin Yoga. Jolene Bayla Savior Yoga.
Certification 50 hr.
White Bone Shamanic Arts
2015 – 2018
Initiate, 3rd year, Celtic Shamanism
The White Bone Shamanic Arts Apprenticeship is a year-long immersion (with optional additional years) into a shamanic medicine path for human development, and spiritual growth, empowerment, and healing. Like the colour white which contains all the colours of the rainbow, and the indestructible bones of the soul, the White Bone path is a global weaving with its roots in the ancient Irish and Celtic cosmologies of the Triple Medicine Spiral, the Four Airts (directions), and the Four Gateways (seasonal festivals).
Folk Medicine Practitioner Training