This blog deals with leadership development, community building, personal and spiritual growth, ritual arts training, green/sustainability practices, and the place where those meet through the art of transformation.
If you are a change agent, transformational leader, community organizer, grassroots organizer, social artist, or something similar, there may be something here for you.
Shauna Aura Knight
An artist, writer, leader, teacher, event organizer, environmental activist, and spiritual seeker, Shauna travels nationally offering intensive education in the transformative arts of ritual, community leadership, and spiritual growth.
She is the author of the ritual facilitation book Spiritual Scents (Jupiter Gardens Press), the paranormal romance Werewolves in the Kitchen (JGP), and the forthcoming romantic urban fantasy The White Dress, the Autumn Leaves (JGP) and A Winter Knight’s Vigil (Pagan Writers Press). She’s a columnist on ritual techniques for Circle Magazine, and Shauna’s writing also appears in the anthologies Calling to our Ancestors (Asphodel Press), Stepping in to Ourselves: An Anthology of Writings on Priestessing (Goddess Ink), and Mantle of Stars (Biblioteca Alexandrina). Her artwork is used for Pagan magazines and book covers, and decorates many Pagan shrines and altars.
Shauna is passionate about creating rituals, experiences, spaces, and artwork to awaken mythic imagination and inspire creativity. She finds herself on a Grail Quest, seeking the mystical cup that brings transformation and healing to make our world a better place. She is passionate about creating rituals, experiences, spaces, and artwork to awaken mythic imagination and inspire creativity. She is inspired by Joseph Campbell’s mythology, Carl Jung’s archetypes, psychology, sacred geometry, the design of temples, archaeoastronomy, communication and community building techniques, and shamanic techniques of ecstatic ritual and transformation.
She welcomes questions and conversation about ritual techniques. email@example.com
Shauna is available to teach workshops, lead rituals, and to work with individual groups to assist with community building. Check out the services page to learn more.
Shauna’s artwork is available for sale and she’s also available for custom work.