Spiritual readings, healing and teaching with Semele Xerri
I’m not a trained astrologer, but I do feel the wisdom of the stars in my body as a deep knowing. I’m absolutely sure this is a result of anchoring myself more firmly to the core of the earth and working consciously with sacred sites over the last couple of years. The information I receive when I work in this way is always validated by the current astrology I research afterwards.
When I first became fascinated with the Oracle, magical and often cryptic messenger of the divine from ancient Greece, I was excited about finally remodelling my home bathroom after saving up for some time for the necessary finances. I had the idea of creating a water temple, dedicated to the element of deep feeling, and the image I held in my inner eye was light-coloured stone tiles against a background of deep mediterranean blue walls. It wasn’t until afterwards that someone informed me the beautiful tiles I had selected were travertine – the very stone on which the temple of Apollo at Delphi is constructed.
It has been my honour to support a fabulous young lady recently, aged nine, in her healing and development, and she has been my catalyst for exploring more deeply how trauma can affect children, and how best to deal with it. If you’re already on the healing and spiritual path then you’ll know how effective working with your inner child can be, and how so often as adults we’re plagued by problems which have their roots in childhood hurts. As an energy worker, I totally believe in prevention, and the fact that you can identify and treat an issue in its early stages even before it begins to show up in the physical.
As I’ve now adjusted to life within four walls again, I find myself feeling uncertain about what comes next. While I was on the move, I always had something or somewhere to aim for, my next destination was very clearly and obviously ahead. Now, I feel that things should be noticeably different, should have moved on from the last time I was stationed in one place, but how does that look exactly?
My Grandad was Irish and I live in Wales, so the mystical Celtic culture has always drawn me to its fire-bright hearth. I like to mark the Celtic wheel of the year, and to apply to those ancient festivals the spiritual wisdom that I’ve gained in my modern lifetime.
Samhain (31st October) is my favourite festival, being the Celtic New Year.