I hope you are safe and doing as okay as you can <3 I loved listening back to this episode with Alexis J. Cunningfolk – their work is so comforting to be around and continues to inspire my own practices. We recorded this last year, which now feels forever ago, and so much of what Alexis shared feels extremely immediate and important today. Here is some of what we talked about:
- Centring re-enchantment in our work and our lives
- Remembering ourselves back home
- Working with plant allies and tarot archetypes
- Self-care practices for difficult times
- Embodying interconnectedness
Alexis J. Cunningfolk (she/they) is the intersectional herbalist and witch behind Worts + Cunning Apothecary. She is dedicated to the re-enchantment of the world and helps folks to re-member themselves back home to their magick through herbal healing, magickal arts, and sound therapies both ancestral and modern. Her work is informed by her queerness, mxd ancestry, and the fact that they’re a young hag just waiting for time to catch up. They host online and in-person courses for starry-hearted healers as well as offering in-person services grounded in building communities of inclusivity and justice. Connect to free resources and more at wortsandcunning.com.
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My podcast Daydreaming Wolves explores ritual, politicized healing and creative expression through interviews and solo episodes.
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