Today is a magical day: Winter Solstice, Full Moon and the peak of the Ursid meteor shower will all occur during the same day. It’s a good day to burn the old away, give thanks for the past year and raise a glass for return … Continue readingHappy Winter Solstice and Full Moon – time to wrap the year 2018
This year July has been a month of overheating and fire – in very literate way. All over the world we have seen massive heat waves and heat records broken. Many countries are suffering from dangerous and massive forest fires. Warmth, which is so important … Continue readingA Cooling and Releasing Ritual for July’s Full Moon and Lunar Eclipse
There’s so much magic in the air it’s even hard to talk about it. For ancient Finns, this was the time to celebrate light, fertility and Ukko the God of Thunder and Weather. During the Summer Solstice they built big bonfires and raised a glass … Continue readingMidsummer Full Moon is Full of Magic
Our April full moon ritual is all about leaving the last bits of the winter stiffness behind and opening your heart for the Summer. In Roman times April was sacred to Venus, the Goddess of love. In Finland, one of the old names for the … Continue readingApril – The Moon of Love and New Openings
Happy New Moon, friends! Here comes my February video – check it out! This week has been full of celebrations. First up: Laskiainen, Shrove Tuesday or Mardi Gras, all celebrations before the fasting period of Lent. Then Valentines Day on Wednesday and yesterday Chinese … Continue readingFebruary 2018: Celebrate the New Moon, have a detox and shine like a pearl!
Today is the last day of January. It’s also a Full Moon, and actually, it’s a Blue Moon; the second full moon of January. It’s also a Super Moon, which means the Moon is its closest to Earth in its elliptical orbit when its full, … Continue readingJanuary 2018: Time to Map your History and Meditate on your Heart
Last week I bought a one-way train ticket to Imatra, Finland. If this had happened around a hundred years ago, I could have wound up with someone watching me closely on arrival: there was a time when it was romantic and “trendy” for unhappy women … Continue readingOneway ticket to Imatra: Roses in the Toilet and Chatting with a Ghost (about Infidelity)
This is a story of how I found new roots in Helsinki. It’s also a story of the power of the visualisation, and learning to ask the Universe for exactly what you want. Now that Vogue has called my little country, Finland, the safest place … Continue readingColourful streets, rocky hills and the scent of the sea – here grow my new roots
Super proud to share this with you! Back to Nature is a travel series and format combining outdoor adventure with mythology and storytelling. Extraordinary cinematography bring a relaxed magic to messages about the value of connecting with our natural world. Two hosts, a professional explorer and a modern mythologist take audiences to some of the most astounding and accessible locations in Nordic nature. … Continue readingBack to Nature is here!
”Ai et inkkarit auttoi ensin niitä ja sit ne valkoset tappo kaikki intiaanit? Tosi reilua.” Näin kommentoi 8-vuotias poikani luettuani hänelle tänä aamuna kiitospäivän historiasta. Hänelle intiaanien kohtalo oli tuttu jo entuudestaan, mutta nopeastipa lapsen aivot yhdistivät kaksi asiaa: avun antamisesta seurasi joukkotuho. … Continue readingKiitospäivän pohdintaa: osaanko olla viisaampi kuin esivanhempamme?