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Welcome!

I’m so glad you’ve stopped by today. How are you feeling? Would you like some tea? Here you go. 

Do you have a few minutes to spare? I’d like to take you on a journey. Don’t worry, we won’t be traveling very far. 

Ready? Good. Let’s begin. 

There’s a magical world, not too far from where we are right now. You don’t need any fast trains or fancy planes to get there. Forget what you know about travel; you need to go slow to get here. The slower the better. And, you don’t even have to bring much, only your senses, your heart, and your imagination. When you’ve got what you need—and we all do—then you’re ready to explore. 

This world is filled with winged creatures who sing in the warm glow of the morning and those who prefer the darkness of night accompanies their music. There are tall, elder beings who have ancient secrets to tell, and who communicate through this secret, hidden network underground. And if you ask politely, they might let you in on a secret or two. 

Some residents of this magical world are shapeshifters, growing legs when they had none, and others grow wings when they only had legs! 

Quite a few inhabitants even glow enchanting hues of blue and green across the water, land, and air. 

And if you’re lucky, you might get the chance to meet one of the Old Ones, the relatives of the first beings who walked on, swam across, and soared throughout the earth. 

The beings of this world have a special language. They prefer to speak through dreams, symbolism, myth, metaphor, and other forms of magic. And many of them can serve as powerful allies in our physical, spiritual, and emotional healing and growth.

Our other-than-human kin includes those with plant and animal bodies and those withoutthe land & water spirits and our ancestors.

But if you’re like many of us, maybe you’ve been cut off from this world. Maybe you forgot how to see and communicate with our more-than-human kin. Maybe you’ve forgotten the language.

It’s never too late to learn—to remember.

I’ve been through this journey of forgetting and remembering, and I’m here be of service and share my experiences. Let me introduce myself.

 

I’m Kayla, and I’m a mystic, poet, artist, and ritualist living in south eastern Wisconsin. I live in the traditional homeland of the Kickapoo; Peoria; Potawatomi; Menominee; Miami; and Sioux peoples (https://native-land.ca). In an effort to learn more about the land we live on and develop a relationship with our local region, we can start by learning who lived there before us. This is one of the many steps we can take in disrupting the systems that have oppressed First Nations, BIPOC, LGTBQ+ and other marginalized populations, which are the same systems that keep us from living harmoniously with the natural world. We have the right to reclaim our ancestral practices, and we can use our creativity, earth-honoring and natural wisdom as means of healing, fulfillment, and spiritual and personal growth. 

My purpose and passion in life is to serve the world through magic, creativity, ritual and enchantment, and to help others do the same. I seek to preserve and remember our ancestral ways of living in the world through earth-based wisdom and practices, and to honor our ancestors and our other-than-human kin through ritual, intention, and care. I live between worlds—the magical, imaginal world and the mundane world—and I seek to live as a bridge, conduit, and guide between the two. Yet they’re not as separate as you might think… 

If this resonates with you, I invite you to stay connected. You can sign up to receive emails from me below or follow me on Instagram.  

Thank you for being here.  

In pursuit of magic, wonder, and the highest good of all beings—seen and unseen, 

I’m Kayla, and I’m a mystic, poet, artist, and ritualist living in south eastern Wisconsin. I live in the traditional homeland of the Kickapoo; Peoria; Potawatomi; Menominee; Miami; and Sioux peoples (https://native-land.ca). In an effort to learn more about the land we live on and develop a relationship with our local region, we can start by learning who lived there before us. This is one of the many steps we can take in disrupting the systems that have oppressed First Nations, BIPOC, LGBTQ+ and other marginalized populations, which are the same systems that keep us from living harmoniously with the natural world. We have the right to reclaim our ancestral practices, and we can use our creativity, earth-honoring and natural wisdom as means of healing, fulfillment, and spiritual and personal growth.

My purpose and passion in life is to serve the world through magic, creativity, ritual and enchantment, and to help others do the same. I seek to preserve and remember our ancestral ways of living in the world through earth-based wisdom and practices, and to honor our ancestors and our other-than-human kin through ritual, intention, and care. I live between worlds—the magical, imaginal world and the mundane world—and I seek to live as a bridge, conduit, and guide between the two. Yet they’re not as separate as you might think…

If this resonates with you, I invite you to stay connected. You can sign up to receive emails from me below or follow me on Instagram.

Thank you for being here.

In pursuit of magic, wonder, and the highest good of all beings—seen and unseen,