Due to popular demand, I am once again moving my more spiritual stuff to http://foxofinari.com and I'm gonna post mainly tarot content on here! Sorry for the bother!
Hey everyone! Apologies for the long silence, I've been not too well and I'm trying to get over it. But I'm still here! Even though I've not been doing tarot readings for others for a few months, I'm still doing daily and weekly tarot readings for myself and recording them in a diary. I'm wondering … Continue reading Some downtime
Hey everyone! Sorry for the sudden influx of posts! I have been in the process of moving everything over from my other blog: FoxofInari ! I am going to go over everything, especially the informative posts and make sure they're up to date and tagged correctly. This blog at SpiritFox will have a bunch of … Continue reading Whoa! So many posts!
Recently I read a particularly inspiring post called 'Devotional tips for those with chronic illnesses and limited energy' by Michelle at Northern Tamarisk. It really helped me remember that I am certainly not alone with chronic illness and it also encouraged me to write about my own illnesses and how I deal with it interfering with my … Continue reading My Faith and Chronic Illness
Name meaning: 月読 (月 - moon, month, 読 - reading, counting). Another translation could be tsukiyo 月夜 - moonlight night and mi 見 - looking/watching. Other names: Tsukiyomi, Tsuki no kami (Kojiki), Tsukuyomi-no-mikoto, Tsukiyomi-no-mikoto Kami of: the moon Themes: Balance, Sensitivity, Intuition and other aspects associated with the moon Enshrined at: Many places including Tsukuyomi Jinja at Matsunoo Taisha (Kyoto), Tsukuyomi … Continue reading Kami Focus – Tsukuyomi-no-Mikoto (月読)
When visiting a Shinto shrine it is important to be respectful of the Shinto faith and to perform the correct shrine etiquette. This post will go through the entire process from start to finish so that you can worship in a respectful and correct way. Entering the Shrine Make sure not to walk in the … Continue reading How To Worship At A Shinto Shrine