Priestx of Soul Evolution
Ordained: Wildflower Tradition 2017
Dedicated Deities: Isis/Aset, Dionysos Choroplekes, Ariadne, Hekate
Patiently untangling strands of yarn is much like untangling the patterns of our life that keep us stuck and unable to see our best selves. Once you have sussed out and untangled a mass of yarn, it can be integrated back into the rest of a ball of yarn. In much the same way, as we heal parts of ourselves, we are able to integrate that into the whole of our soul. This has been the work that I have done with myself, my community, and the world up to this point, using various somatic therapies, yoga, dance, and deep heart to heart conversations as tools to facilitate that healing and integration. From that integrated place, we’re now in a position to evolve into the beautiful creatures we are meant to be in this world. If we are to go back to the yarn metaphor for a moment, that whole, integrated ball of yarn is now ready to transform into something new. Perhaps you knit or crochet something. Perhaps you weave. Maybe you use it to tie things together or use it to jazz up a cool arts and crafts project. It is yours to do with as you will. These acts transform the yarn into something new that benefits the world. These acts of transformation are how we allow our souls to grow and to be what we are here to be. Sometimes society gets it. Many times they don't. Radical evolution is necessary at this moment to preserve life on this planet. Through expressive art, activism through dance as social change, ritual work and songwriting to effect change in my community, and deep inner questioning on a daily basis, I transform myself so I can help transform the world. It’s my passion to help anyone who is interested in doing the same to get there. This is what it means to be the Priestx of Soul Evolution.
Raven's Code of Ethics
Honesty: I tell the truth with compassion. I am committed to honesty and transparency, especially when it's hard.
Commitment: When I make a promise, I make it with my whole heart and follow it through to its fruition. I say no when I mean no, so that you may fully trust my yes.
Integrity: I do the best I can with the information that I have, and when I know better, I do better.
Justice: I amplify the voices of those who feel unheard and those who are marginalized, so that they might have their say, be heard, and recognized.
Isis Magic by Isidora Forrest
All-Soul, All-Body, All-Love, All-Power: A TransMythology by P Sufenas Virius Lupus
American Gods by Neil Gaiman
The Bhagavad Gita
When Things Fall Apart by Pema Chodron
Small Gods by Terry Pratchett