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Yarrow Magdalena (they/them) lives a soft, slow life in Scotland and creates rituals and ceremonies for the big and small milestones in life. They also write, make textile art, host a podcast, swim in the sea all year and do a lot of queer dreaming.
In this episode, Yarrow and Eryn talk about:
- How this pandemic has been for them and how they’ve been feeling this year
- Being a small business owner during this pandemic
- Writing a book during the pandemic as a devotional practice
- Ritual as support, what ritual means to them
- Making ritual accessible for yourself
- Connecting to spirit through consistent ritual
- What enchantment means to them
- Grief tending and death midwife work
- Heartbreak and grieving people who are no longer in our lives
- Not abandoning yourself
- Abandonment wounds during this pandemic & wounds around being liked/being enough
- Their self-marriage ceremony
- Creating romance & intimacy with yourself
Blog for this episode: www.living-open.com/blog/yarrow-magdalena-2
Explore Yarrow's podcast Daydreaming Wolves, new book Rituals - simple & radical practices for enchantment in times of crisis, and Patreon dream program (starts October 6th!).
You can listen to Yarrow's first interview on Living Open from last September here.