Sun, May 22|
Marigold at the Crossroads: Craft in Full Bloom
Join Natalie Graves as she leads a discussion about combining magic with anti-racism work and decolonization. This is a beginners level digital workshop and covers topics discussed in "Marigold at the Crossroads" first edition.
Time & Location
May 22, 2022, 2:30 PM – 5:00 PM
About the event
Release the blockages that have been put on your path during the Flower Moon in May by attending this digital workshop to learn how to become a better spiritual ally. Modern Spirtuality has contributed to a lot of the noise that can make it difficult to understand why things are problematic. During this workshop we will cover topics like:
- Tips for becoming a spiritual scholar
- Decolonizing the history of witchcraft and spirtuality
- Honoring the witches that came before you
- Decolonizing withcraft and the different attributes to the craft
- Cultural approriation versus appreciation and how to spot the difference in media
- Introduction to allyship & activism
- Introdution to Intersectionality & becoming an intersectional witch
Attendees will receive a discount code for a copy of the "Marigold at the Crossroads" ebook to go along with this workshop as well as receive a digital workbook that will include inner work prompts, and beginner friendly justice workings that align with different phases of the moon before the class has begun.
The Vervain & Bones shop will include spell powder/kits that go along with the rituals in the "Craft in Bloom" workbook as well! These items will be listed in late April.
Information & Creditentials Of The Host:
Natalie Graves is queer cis gender person of color that has been studying social science and communication for the past 4-5 years. They are currently finishing their Bachelors in Communications and have taking numerous courses on interpersonal and intercultural communications to better understand how cultures are formed and how to protect an endangered cultural from white washing and erasure. Natalie has also taken numerous courses in mass/social media and public relations. Meaning that they are capable of analyzing how the humans interact with other humans and how communication plays a role in major decisions.
Natalie has been a practicing their witchcraft and spirituality for the past eight years. In 2021, they shifted from a strictly herbal path to a path that centers around the hedge, crossroads, and death as a means for transformation and growth. Just like many other spiritual practitioners they have fallen "victim" to challenges and obstacles modern day paganism/new age spirituality has created. Natalie has also been apart of the non-profit world for five to six years and they advocate for the inclusion of mutual aid and destigmatizing justice work in the craft. Natalie has also been apart of a few different activist groups and assisted with community work to make spaces they are a part of safer.
They are excited to teach practitioners from all backgrounds how to be a spiritual activist and uplift marginalized voices in their community.
+$1.13 service fee
While this is not the scentific name for a moon flower, we still believe "Luna Flora" is a fitting name for this event! This ticket will grant you access to a private playlist with recordings from the digital workshop, a digital workbook, and an exclusive discount off of new items coming to the shop including the "Marigold at the Crossroads" ebook and spell kits.
+$1.13 service fee0