“Manifesting is all about realizing that you have the power to make sure that you’re happy.” -Kelli Jenkins
I’m so grateful for the opportunity to share today’s guest, Kelli Jenkins, with you. She is one of my favorite magical humans. Together, we jam on the magic of manifesting and the radical reality of tarot – what it is, why it’s a brilliant tool for insight, and how to approach it for meaningful results. For anyone who’s already into either or both of those things, you’re gonna love this episode. For anyone who’s skeptical or unsure about those things, I invite you to keep an open mind and dive in anyway. We speak of both in very grounded, pragmatic terms. While she and I can go way out into the woo, we wanted this offering to be open to all no matter your background or comfort level.
Kelli is a freelance designer and the owner of Spellsisters, a group of badass women who read tarot together to help bring clarity to people’s lives. Spellsisters aims to make “witchiness” approachable for people who are new to tarot, astrology, and all things metaphysical. Kelli is passionate about creating a community where it’s okay to be at square one. She aims to cultivate a space where it’s safe to seek healing through the ancient practices that many of us intuitively know deep down, but have forgotten after generations of hiding our strengths in the shadows and keeping them quiet. For fun, Kelli likes to stretch her creative energy by making potions, concocting tea blends, and infusing candles with reiki and intention, which you can find of her website. You can also find information about how to book some time with her and the other Spellsisters, and they hope to see you soon. (Links below)
I incorrectly attributed this quote to Wendell Berry. I actually don’t know to whom to attribute it. I generally keep citations within my quote journal and this one is a mystery (despite some research and digging as well). So, thanks, Anonymous!
“[Nature] has no judgments of you, and no reality to validate. It is one of the places where Being comes easy.”
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The music you hear in the introduction and closing of this podcast is from artist and composer Broke for Free (published under a Creative Commons Attribution license).