Womanrunes: Moonboat

Womanrunes: Moonboat. Rune of journeys.  May 2013 002Out of body. Astral projection. Travel.

What do I need to know?

She who travels. She who crosses thresholds. She who sets sail for far off places. Journeys can be inner or outer. Journeys can be solitary or communal. What are you looking for? What are you seeking? To what end do you wish to travel? Do you wish to dig deep into your own soul? Do you wish to adventure across the ocean or into the sisterhood of community?

Now is the time to take that step, to unfurl your sails, and set forth.

Originally recorded on May 2, 2013.

Update: this project evolved into a real book!

The first post in my Womanrunes series is available here. The runes and the names of them come from Shekhinah Mountainwater’s Womanrunes system for which there are no written interpretations available other than the name and one word meanings. I’m engaging in a semi-daily practice of drawing one and then going down to the woods with it to see what it “tells” me–basically, creating what I wish I had, which is a more developed interpretation of the meaning of each womanrunestone.

May 2013 001

Grape hyacinth from a friend.

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  1. Frostyo55@aol.com

    I was wondering where I can get a copy of Womanrunes? Thanks Terra

    • The small booklet is still available from Shekhinah’s website (link in the post). It only includes the name and title and a three word description of each rune, however. These longer interpretations I’m writing as I go–they don’t come from a book, but from my head/intuition after I draw one each day. 🙂 I’m eventually planning to have an interpretation written for each rune in the set!

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