Prepare to Be Mentored by the Sacred Hags!
The yearning to slow down and simplify, return to the earth, and maybe even “rewild” what has been tamed in ourselves persists even though that dream may seem ever more remote in contemporary life. Danielle Dulsky shows that even in our high-tech and high-pressure lives, it is possible to manifest your own “year of the wild” and to tap into often-forgotten holy wisdom. Seasons of Moon and Flame guides you to live cyclically while working with the archetype of the Sacred Hag, or wild grandmother, who appears in various guises. Wonderfully inclusive, with adaptations for families, spiritual groups, and other traditions, this book is a potentially life-changing guide to living mystically, magically, and in empowering harmony with the worlds of spirit and nature.
Danielle Dulsky is a heathen visionary, Aquarian mischief maker, and word-witch. Author of Seasons of Moon and Flame: The Wild Dreamer’s Epic Journey of Becoming (New World Library, 2020), The Holy Wild: A Heathen Bible for the Untamed Woman (New World Library, 2018), and Woman Most Wild: Three Keys to Liberating the Witch Within (New World Library, 2017), Danielle teaches internationally and has facilitated embodiment trainings, wild circles, communal spellwork, and seasonal rituals since 2007. She is the founder of the Hag School and the lead teacher for the school’s Flame-Tender Facilitator Training, a five-hundred-hour-level experienced Registered Yoga Teacher (E-RYT 500) and Yoga Alliance Continuing Education Provider (YACEP), a storyteller, and a dedicant to Irish-Celtic spirituality and mythwork. She believes in the power of wild collectives and sudden circles of curious dreamers, cunning Witches, and rebellious artists, as well as the importance of ancestral healing, myth, embodiment, and animism in fracturing the long-standing systems supporting environmental unconsciousness and social injustice. Parent to two beloved wildlings and partner to a potter, Danielle fills her world with nature, family, art making, poetry, and intentional awe.