Altar Magick: How to Create a Personal Altar in 5 Simple Steps

Altar Magick: How to Create a Personal Altar in 5 Simple Steps

Altars are places of power and intention. Your personal altar is a place where you can be reminded of who you truly are.  We are eternal spiritual beings living a physical existence! Creating an altar creates a physical anchor for all of the energies of creation, a...
Kunzite : The Stone of Unconditional Love

Kunzite : The Stone of Unconditional Love

Pink Kunzite: The Stone of Unconditional Love With our February theme of “Living from the Heart,” we want to explore ways to experience the beauty of the heart and the many flavors of love.  We chose Kunzite to be our crystal companion this month to...
Orange Calcite : The Stone of Creating Your Joy

Orange Calcite : The Stone of Creating Your Joy

We at Activate Austin are crazy about crystals!  We’ve chosen Orange Calcite to kick off our year long journey monthly crystal themes for 2017 and we hope your relationship with crystals inspires more magick and power in your life. Though crystals have been...
Awakening Superpowers: The New Normal

Awakening Superpowers: The New Normal

“Others my call your beliefs, practices, or world views ‘weird,’ ‘crazy,’ or ‘strange.’  We call it normal.” Every day, people walk through our doors who offer the disclaimer, “I know this sounds crazy…” or “I can’t believe I’m saying this out loud.”  It is an honor...
Are You Afraid of the Light?

Are You Afraid of the Light?

“We can easily forgive a child who is afraid of the dark:  The real tragedy of life is when men are afraid of the light.” – Plato There are the truths that are agreed upon by larger society – the ones that you are taught and trained to believe from...
May’s Featured Practitioner:  Jonathan G. Itchon

May’s Featured Practitioner: Jonathan G. Itchon

Born and raised in Michigan, Jonathan Guerrero Itchon moved to Austin in 2002 to pursue his graduate degree in Educational Psychology at The University of Texas.  Upon his graduation in 2007, more than a completion, it turned out to be the beginning of much, much...