Author Archives: wolvie

Lessons from Big Horn Sheep: Hiking

Lessons from Big Horn Sheep is a series of articles on working with animal totems in everyday life.  — One foot in front of the other.  This is the lesson that Big Horn Sheep has tried to teach me, more … Continue reading

Posted in Blog | Leave a comment

Tangling with Metal Tigers: Energy Work in the Concrete Jungle

Last Friday I was invited to a birthday celebration at the VIP section of a popular downtown nightclub. I do not go to nightclubs as a rule, mainly because I do not find much stimulation in going to hang out … Continue reading

Posted in Class, Essays | Leave a comment

Raising Awareness vs. Action

The internet has long been an interesting yet inconsistent way of raising awareness of issues. Methods from viral marketing to chain letters have been used, with varying levels of success, to spread the word from Breast Cancer Awareness Month to … Continue reading

Posted in Charities | 1 Comment

Energy Work 101 – Centering

Energy Work 101 is a series of articles designed to instruct beginners in techniques for responsible use of energy. Centering – Theory Centering is the practice of personal awareness – bringing your thoughts and energy into the center of your … Continue reading

Posted in Class | Tagged | Leave a comment

October and November Charities

One of our latest features on Weaving Wyrd is a Charity sidebar, where I list the charities that I donate to each month, as well as a link to their main website so that you can read more about the … Continue reading

Posted in Charities | Leave a comment

Energy Work 101 – Grounding

Energy Work 101 is a series of articles designed to instruct beginners in techniques for responsible use of energy. Grounding – Theory Grounding is the process of balancing and equalizing the energy within a body, ridding it of negative energies … Continue reading

Posted in Class | Tagged | 3 Comments

Wolvie’s Charity for September

Part of my personal spiritual practice is that once a month, I tithe an amount of my income towards a cause or charity that actively helps those that confront the realities of death and dying. The charities that I select … Continue reading

Posted in Charities | Leave a comment