“Do not fear Mercury in retrograde. It's a time to Reflect, Reconnect, & Renew” ~ LaWhimsy Yesterday Mercury went into retrograde and for as long as I can remember, many people seem to view this as a hugely negative, almost fearful time. Expect chaos, delays, upheavals, etc. and so forth...but is that necessarily the truth?… Continue reading Monday Mantra 153 – Do not fear Mercury in retrograde. It’s a time to Reflect, Reconnect, and Renew
Ipseity means selfhood or self identity. Ipseity derives from the Latin ipse (self). Ipseity is the quality and nature of being oneself. It so many words, ipseity is the quintessential element of identity. We each of us posses ipseity and can define and identify our unique individuality by our ipseity. Ipseity means self, identity, nature… Continue reading Word Nerd: Ipseity
"Stop hating yourself for everything you're not. Start loving yourself for everything that you are." ~ Unknown Have you ever listed everything that you are that is worth loving? "Stop hating yourself for everything you're not. Start loving yourself for everything that you are." So. Very. Much. This. I know how easy it is to… Continue reading Monday Mantra 75 – Start loving yourself for everything that you are.
Querencia means home, a favorite spot. Querencia can also mean the part of a bullring where the bull takes its stand, however I much prefer the metaphysical concept. Querencia derives from the Spanish verb querer (to desire) which derives from the Latin quaerere (seek, gain, obtain). Combined these provide the base for the concept of… Continue reading Word Nerd: Querencia
"To live happily is an inward power of the soul."~ Marcus Aurelius Happiness is a gift and a power... "To live happily is an inward power of the soul." Happiness is bandied about so much that, after awhile, it can almost lose a certain sense of meaning. We all want happiness, we desire to live… Continue reading Monday Mantra 105 – To live happily is an inward power of the soul
Estival means of or pertaining to the summer and Aestival is a variant of estival. Estival and Aestival both derive from the Latin aestīv(us) (of summer). The 21st of June is the official start of the Summer season in the Eastern Hemisphere and what better way to mark it then by discovering the word Aestival?… Continue reading Word Nerd : Aestival or Estival