What does it mean to you?
I never thought that magic would be something that would be the basis for my whole life. Like many people, I always connected magic to the wicked witch, to darkness, and to the unknown. I saw magic as something other, something that good girls like me would never touch.
But then I started to write and people told me that I helped them to see their magic. And then I co-led a retreat and people there told me I had brought magic. And then more than one person called me ‘Magic Meg’, seeing something in me that I had not seen for myself.
So I began embracing it. Playing with it. Participating in it. Loving it.
Within three years, my entire life changed.
And it wasn’t about spells and it wasn’t about potions. It wasn’t remotely about anything dark at all. In fact, it baffled me because it was about doing something that I already do: finding the magic – the divine – in the everyday.
Magic is the word I use for the moment of connection between me and the Mystery.
Magic is the tingle, the wonder, and the enchantment. Magic is the belief in something more. Magic is the delight, the help, the wink, the words, the Divine, the angels, the mystical, the transcendent, the unexplainable, the miracle, the holy.
Magic, for me, isn’t about anything other than proof that we are all divinely connected.
Magic is the moments when we remember who we are.
And it is only more powerful in the company of other women.
Which is why I decided to begin hosting gatherings of women in places known for their magic.
Finding the Magic is about me providing and holding the space for you to crack open the door that stands between you and your very best self. It’s about giving yourself permission to play with what magic you can see, can find, and can feel. It’s about delight and play and letting go just enough to see that you are magic.
is about remembering what it is like to feel free.
And that is what I want for you.