Episode 8: Darkness and Shadow Work

Merry meet to one and all! It feels like forever since our last sharing! And yet, so very little time has passed in the grand scheme of things.

Episode 8 starts off rather familiarily with my sharing a variety of things I've learned and a bunch of shout outs to wonderful podcasts who have been spreading the word of pennies. So many fun ways to take that, but I am supposed to be focussing on show notes. If you want to know who, you'll need to listen to the show, and right until the very end, too :)

Our first break features Dragonfly by Kan'nal off of their album Myth Magic and a bumper by the amazing, the stupendous, the fiery Fire Lyte over at Inciting a Riot.

And my notes deleted themselves form last night, so here's re-adding on the fly.  During the main segment, instead of talking about Widdershins circles and dark moon workings as I intended, we delve into darkness and shadow work, what it is and why it's important to do it.  I mention a favourite book for this topic, Dark Moon Mysteries by Timothy Roderick.

During the second break we learn that Episode 8 of Pennies is brought to us by the tarot the eight of spears and the runestone nied/nadir.  And we enjoy a promo from the Wigglian Way.

In closing we discuss an email question from Oraia Sphinx at Media Astra Ac Terra about body work and the results of it.

Finally we close out with another song from Kan'nal's album Myth Magic, this one entitled Open Channel.

Thank you so much for downloading the show and taking the rather lot of time necessary to listen to it. Blessing of the deep and wild to you.



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  • Oraia Sphinx

    I really loved this episode - and not just because you spent so much time answering my questions. :) You played some great music as always, and touched on so many cool things I can’t even list them here. I enjoyed the segment on shadow work, including the passage you read from Dark Moon Mysteries; I’m going to have to go look that up.

    And I really appreciate the awesome responses to my questions! I especially loved the part about the body loving us, and about wondering how it feels when it lets us down. That kind of flipped my whole perspective. Thank you!

    May 26, 2010 at 11:58 am
  • penniesinthewell

    hehe, it flipped my own perspective! I had never had that thought before, about how the body feels when it lets us down. It’s intriguing :)

    thank you! :)

    May 29, 2010 at 11:14 am