Mystical Shores March 2018 Newsletter

MARCH 2018

HELLO Welcome to the March, 2018 edition of the Mystical Shores Newsletter. I apologize for the absence of both newsletters and classes recently. A personal family emergency called my out of state for a while.

But, now I am back and so excited about the upcoming classes and workshops, all to be held at White Wolf Dancing Holistic Healing and Health Center. Click here for the Facebook page.

First up, beginning Monday, March 5th is Kundalini Yoga for Body Acceptance, based on the book, “The Body Temple” by Ramdesh Kaur.
Class will begin at 7:30 PM. The 4-week series is $55 and walk-ins are $15. Dress comfortably, bring a mat, a pillow and a light blanket. I would love to see you there! (This will be followed in April with a 7- week Chakra series – details to come.)

March 5, 2018 - KYAM For Body Acceptance Begins


On Sunday, March 11, at 12:00 to 3:00, will be our Spring Red Tent. Details are not yet finalized but it will be a lovely day of women, sharing, connecting, bonding. At our last Red Tent, we decided to hold these more often and hope to build a beautiful community of women.

Also, mark your calendars for June 24th when we will have our Summer Solstice Red Tent. Details will be forthcoming in a future newsletter.


On Saturday, March 24th from 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM, will be the next in our series of Goddess Spirituality workshops. This one will be on Isis, the Egyptian Goddess. I have a few things in mind for this workshop, so don’t miss it. We need to reclaim Her name. Also, I will have a few copies of my children’s book, “My Name is Isis, the Egyptian Goddess”, which is one in the “My Name is……..” series by The Girl God Publications. It is also available on Amazon.  Also, while the flier says the cost is $35, the cost is by donation of at least $15.



Our randomly pulled divination cards for this month surprised me.

From The Goddess Oracle by Amy Sophia Marashinsky, we have Eostre, who represents Growth. Eostre is a Goddess of fertility and Spring. She symbolizes re-birth.

With the Spring Equinox coming up on March 20th, this is the time for us to plant new seeds for ourselves. What do we wish to manifest? Is there something that has always interested you, but you never took the plunge to take a class or workshop? Now is the time to do that. What is it that you desire? Think about it and then, if you wish, buy a small plant and charge it with your intention of what you wish to grow this Spring. Keep in your mind what it is you wish, holding the plant all the while. When you are done, put the plant in a spot where you will see it each day as a reminder of your Springtime intent.

The next card is from Doreen Virtue’s Magical Mermaid and Dolphins. Even though this is an older deck, it was a fairly recent deck for me. Almost as soon as I got it, I began to start reading all of these articles regarding Ms. Virtue’s conversion to Christianity and her dismissal of all of her previous work. I had decided to not even open the deck, until I heard words of wisdom from a Mermaid friend, suggesting that I keep it and work and she was right. While Ms. Virtue’s path may have changed, the wisdom in her work has not.

So, from this deck we have “Watch Your Thoughts” – “It’s important to only think about what you desire, not what you fear.” To me, this has two meanings. It fits in with the intention that you wish to bloom this Spring and with which you have charged your plant. It also can be a suggestion to us to be more careful with how and what we think; to try and keep ourselves as positive as possible. Dwelling on our worries and our fears deep in our unconscious can subliminally keep our focus on the negative when what we should be doing is going forward with manifesting our goals.

That is all for this March newsletter. I hope to see some of you in a class or workshop.

Happy Spring!

Susan Morgaine


Mystical Shores Newsletter, 10/17

OCTOBER 15, 2017


Welcome to Mystical Shores’ first newsletter!

I am very excited to announce my book, “My Name is Isis”, one in the “My Name Is…….” series of books presented by Girl God Publications. The order/pre-order link is:




I am happy to announce that I will be continuing to teach Kundalini Yoga at White Wolf, as well as adding Goddess Spirituality classes, and will be continuing to Priestess Red Tents. I am grateful to Jamie for her continued confidence in me.


The current session of Kundalini Yoga & Meditation at White Wolf Dancing Holistic Healing and Energy Center will end on Monday, October 30th, just in time for everyone to enjoy their Halloween/Samhain holiday.


The next session will start on Monday, November 6th at 7:30, this one specifically geared to the theme of “Helping to Manage Anxiety” and will be a 4 week session, instead of 6. The last class will be on Monday, November 27th.



Saturday, October 21st at 11:00, will be the first of the Goddess Spirituality classes. This one will be, appropriately enough, on Hecate, Queen of the Witches, Goddess Guardian of the Crossroads.


December 10th at Noon will mark our second Red Tent at White Wolf. This one will be all about taking time for ourselves within the busy-ness of the season. We will watch the DVD, “Things We Don’t Talk About”, a movie about the Red Tent Temple. We will give ourselves facials, talk and enjoy each other in this Sacred Circle of Women.


Upcoming Events:

Goddess Spirituality Classes:
January – Isis, The Egyptian Goddess
March – Shakti, The Creative Primal Source

Kundalini Yoga & Meditation:
January – Kundalini Yoga for Body
Acceptance (4 week session)
March – Kundalini Yoga for the Chakras
(7 week session)

Red Tent – June 14th

Until the next Newsletter, have a happy halloween, an insightful Samhain and the blessings of the Goddess each day!

Susan Morgaine



Women & Goddess Meditation

(Previously Published on


It is an understatement to say that life for women is stressful.  

Every day, we are called upon to play different roles in our lives.  We are over-worked, over-stressed, pulled in ten different directions.  Everyone makes demands on our time, simply because we are women and it is *expected* of us.  As women, we also learn very quickly that the world is a dangerous place for us, simply because of our gender.

Daily, we experience a constant barrage of thoughts from without and within our own minds.  This is called “monkey mind”, the constant chatter to which we listen and, once again, as women, it has more of a tendency to be negative and directed toward ourselves.

Women are the healers of the world; the nurturers, the caretakers.  Unfortunately, we neglect to take care of ourselves.  We go un-nurtured by the most important person in our lives – our own being.   This needs to change.

Women are special and we have a unique perspective on the world that is not shared by men.  We are ten times stronger intuitively than males.  We are more in tune with our emotions, thoughts and feelings.  We tend to forget that we are also powerful in ways that men are not.

Meditation can help us in all areas of our lives.  It will help us to clear our thoughts.  It brings clarity, it calms our nerves and helps us to eliminate the negative thoughts and feelings that we wish to rid ourselves of.   As with any other spiritual path, it is a way of training our mind; and as such, it is not an easy or quick journey.

As a long-time teacher of Kundalini Yoga and Meditation, as well as a Goddess-based Witch & Priestess, I tend to bring the Goddess into my meditation practice.  

Ideally, you should have a designated place in which to meditate, set up with a small altar, incense, a candle, a representation of the Goddess of your choice.  I change my Goddess altar depending upon my need.  For music, find something that speaks to your spirit, or a Goddess meditation.  

Let this be your time to nurture and take care of yourself.  This is your special time in a place of serenity.   The following can get you started with a beautiful and meaningful meditation practice.

Your candles are lit, incense wafting through the room.  Sit comfortably in easy pose, cross-legged on the floor.  If you are unable to sit on the floor, a straight-backed chair works well.  You want to be comfortable, but it is important that the spine be straight.   

You want to center yourself, to be in that moment, in that time, in that place.   Bring your hands into prayer position at your chest, or you may simply rest your hands on your knees.  Close your eyes and gently roll them up so that they are focused upon your third eye, that space between your eyebrows in the middle of your forehead.   Begin to slowly and deeply inhale and exhale.  Take your time, don’t rush through it.  Really feel each breath;  on your breath.   Breath = Prana = Life     Now, with each inhale, bring into your body a sense of peace, a sense of calm.  Let it infuse your entire being, beginning with the heart chakra and working outward.  With each exhale, release any stress, tension or negativity you are holding within your body, even that of which you may not even be consciously aware.  Allow yourself to let it go.  

If you are sitting with a particular Goddess, focus on Her and her attributes, things you might wish to bring into your life, or that which you may need Her help with.

You can continue this for as long as you are comfortable.  If unwanted thoughts come calling, gently push them away and continue with the breath.   The goal is to feel peaceful, stress-free.  When you are finished, take several deep breaths while stretching your arms up to the skies.   Be sure to thank the Goddess for her presence within your meditation.

One of my favorite Goddess songs to meditate to is called “Adi Shakti”:

You can also try for some lovely Goddess Meditations by Mary Marzo, and for Goddess-oriented meditation music, including the afore-mentioned “Adi Shakti”.  There is some lovely Goddess music/chants out there.  A quick YouTube search will bring up many from which you can choose.  You can also check out Kellianna, or Jenna Greene.

I wish you joy and happiness in your meditation journey.  Please do not hesitate to contact me at if you have any questions.  I would be more than happy to help.



Changed Balance

“When the balance changed, the dark side of the feminine was also suppressed. The Goddess had been a model of woman’s nature in all its fullness. The irrational, the chaotic and destructive, which had been acknowledged when the Goddess reigned supreme, were split off from divinity and became feared.”
~ ~ Elinor Gadon, “The Once and Future Goddess”


A Moon Poem


By Susan Morgaine

She walks amidst the

shadows of the night,
the radiance of the moon
her only light

She reaches the place
where the waters meet the shore
Feeling the power
deep in her core

She looks up to the moon,
a wonder to behold
its’ energy calls out to her
reaching her very soul

Her arms slowly rise up,
breath coming slow, but steady
She stands between sea and stars
until the moment she is ready

With one last movement,
her arms fall,
drawing down the moon into herself
answering the Goddess’ call



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