Lewis Stan Jacobs
I am slowly building my own business which will offer hypnotherapy, reiki, tarot and coaching. At the moment I am offering tarot readings.
Mirror, Mirror on the Wall
I wrote this around ten years ago when I had just come out as an FTM Transsexual, its basic but its sad and its angry. Mirror, Mirror on the Wall
Sacred Sensuality and Sexuality
Western philosophy has often thought of sensuality and sexuality as the work of the devil, something we should keep taboo and not mention to the vicar. Many Eastern traditions encourage us to delight in our bodies both in the sexual and the sensual, regard the body as the temple of our soul and something which should be honoured as such.
In the Stillness of the Night
In the stillness of the night Humbled I sit quietly alone Wrapped in a whispering blanket Surrounded with my senses The stillness of the night
A Good Year
2020 has not exactly been the best of years this millennium, however its had its good points. Yes, seriously, 2020 has had its good points. Stop laughing its true! I mean it! Okay, I will wait until you have stopped being hysterical. I understand, what with Corona virus being the big issue last year its little wonder we can think of any thing good.
My Best Christmas Present
I admit I am not a lover of Christmas. All that build up, the crowds in the shops, the glaring Christmas lights and hearing that same Christmas song over and over. Not to mention stress and worry about money.
Since ancient times humans have looked up to the stars with wonder, observing there movements and deciphering meaning from this. Ancient star gazing was once seen as something of higher learning. Today the study of the stars has become astronomy which is considered scientific and astrology which is considered occult, unscientific and often silly. A product of modern thinking.
Memories for World AIDS Day
Do you remember the 1980’s? I do, I was an 80’s kid. Whilst growing up in these times fills me with fond memories, the 80’s were also a time of miners striking, mass unemployment and those advertisements on the TV. Do you remember them? Those scary grey advertisements warning us about the dangers of A.I.D.S.
Aengus was a god of Celtic folklore and also an Ascended Master. Aengus appears in Celtic folklore and is also known as Oengus and as Maccan Og (the young boy or son). He was born of the gods The Dagda and Boann and appears in five myths of the Irish Texts and was said to have lived by the River Boyne at Newgrange. In Scottish Myths he was the husband of Brigid and the son of the Fairy Queen of Winter, Beira.