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2019 Chakrubscopes: Stepping into Synchronicity

Congratulations, you made it through another year! Take a moment and let that sink in. Pause before assessing your progress or planning next year’s goals and allow yourself to bask in the enormous gift of existence.Every year has its successes and challenges and 2018 was no different. Often we focus
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​Goddess Column: Bastet

Fiercely protective and divinely mysterious, Bastet is the ancient Egyptian goddess of protection, fertility and cats. Also known as Bast, this goddess reminds us of our depths, our ability to be both loyal and cut throat like the lion, and proud and domesticated like the cat. Most recognized as hav
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Crystals or Pills, My Healing Modality is My Business

by LISA MARIE BASILEartwork by Naomi IngI’ve always thought that living with a chronic illness is akin to performing an elaborate dance while looking in the mirror. Like Black Swan, my reflection moves out of step, sneaking along, and yet—she is me, and I am her. This is my body moving out
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Ritual: A Breast Massage for Emotional Alchemy

The transition into a new year can be an emotionally unsettling time. It’s preceded by the busy holiday season and often we become so distracted by gift giving and holiday parties that we don’t make time to process the events of the last twelve months. As a result, we arrive in the new year feeling
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Introducing Calyx Wellness & The Benefits of CBD

The trend of marijuana legalization across the United States and other parts of the world has many eager to work with the plant in new ways and explore its potential for healing. Recent innovations in technology have allowed for the creation of a host of new products ranging from topical ointments t
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The Chakrubs Current 004: Sex Worker Safety

Trigger warning: This article discusses violence against sex workers.It’s hard to believe that once upon a time, sex work was big - and legal - business in the United States. It was here that the term “red light district” first appeared in print, then referring to the red lanterns that rail workers
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