The Cauldron Goddess is dedicated to Cerridwen, Welsh Goddess of inspiration, transformation & mystery. She is said to be the bestower of the Awen, the divine flowing inspiration that connects us all, which she brews in her cauldron.
Cerridwen is the quintessential witch (swynwraig in Welsh). She represents the wise woman and divine mother that many of us are striving to connect with in order to heal ancestral wounding and patriarchal conditioning. Her cauldron is a very powerful symbol of wisdom, transformation, creativity and healing. Perhaps you are here because you feel called to the cauldron, as I have.
As you explore this blog, you will find inspiration, teachings and healing tools that are part of my path as a witch and devotee of Cerridwen. I have been a practicing witch and healing facilitator for over 15 years, and am currently learning more about my Celtic roots with Welsh Witchcraft. I mainly identify as a Hearthwitch, as much of my magickal energy flows into creating a sacred space for myself, family, clients and guests.
I strive to create a cauldron- a sacred container & safe space that allows for transformation and healing in myself and others. I offer services such as Tarot & Oracle readings, Hearthfire Circles, workshops and 1 on 1 Healing support. Services are provided both online and in-person in Toronto, Ontario.
Latest from the Blog
We live in energetically heavy times. Carrying stressful thoughts and emotions can contribute to illness and challenge our mental health. Whether these energies stem from within us or our environment (or both), ritual cleansing can be an important part of our energetic hygiene, especially for the sensitive among us. Burning plant matter such as resins, … Continue reading “Beyond Smoke Cleansing: 10 Powerful Ways to Clear Your Energy”
We are collectively in uncharted waters. Much of what we have known and relied upon has been washed away, requiring constant flexibility and resilience as we swim to keep our heads above water as best as we can. It is as though the solid ground beneath us has given way to water. Sometimes, in times … Continue reading “Dancing With the Sacred Unknown”
During the winter season, the darkness and cold means we are vulnerable not only to harsher weather and viruses, but also negative energies. When we lack Mother Earth’s abundance of medicines and the sun’s warm rays to nourish us, we need to shield ourselves energetically and feed our hearts and souls with some extra love … Continue reading “9 Ways to Protect Your Energy- For Sensitive Souls”
The Winter Solstice is a wonderful time for divination. People use divination in various ways, and there is no right or wrong way. I tend to use divination as a healing tool rather than a predictive tool. For me, it is an invitation to get curious about myself and what the current situation is asking … Continue reading “A Winter Solstice Oracle Reading For You…”
Perhaps you’re like me and have felt kind of isolated and alone in your path as a witch, a pagan or spiritual person. Perhaps you are still in ‘the broom closet’ and not sure about being open about who you are yet. Maybe you’ve been out of the closet for a long time, but the … Continue reading “Why I started The Cauldron Goddess”
I have been asked by folks- how do you know if you’re a witch? What defines a witch vs a spiritual person who’s into herbs, nature, crystals and energy? This is a very good question! I don’t have a definitive answer, simply because I don’t feel I have the right to tell someone else whether … Continue reading “What is a Witch?”
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As a Witch who makes her home and practice in Tkaronto (Toronto) Ontario, I deeply thank the original stewards of this land: The Mississaugas of the Credit, Mississaugas of Scugog, Alderville, Hiawatha & Curve Lake; The Chippewas of Beausoleil, Rama & Georgina island, the Haudenosaunee and Wendat nations. I acknowledge the resilience of the First Nation, Inuit and Metis people who live and work here in the present, in a system of inequity and oppression. I am working on uncolonising my own practice, amplifying Indigenous voices, addressing cultural appropriation in pagan communities and supporting Indigenous communities in whatever way I can.