A magazine of Goddess Spirituality in the 21st Century
Author: Daniel McIlvenny-Cox
As a child, Daniel McIlvenny-Cox daydreamed of distant lands and enchanted forests. Being spiritually aware at a young age was confusing and often challenging; being gay didn't help matters either. The descent into the underworld is always perilous, and his own decent came at a cost, at aged sixteen he called death, and death came that night in the form of meningitis meningococcal septicaemia. Twenty four hours later he was in resus. Despite what the doctors and surgeons told him, he made a full miraculous recovery, limbs intact. But something changed, still the journey was long dorm in the underworld, but something new was born. The journey lasted for almost another two decades before he found his true calling, in the form of a healing with a shaman - death was finally removed. And so it began, the path of shaman-hood, the path of a healer and the quest to portray the image of the Divine Feminine for all to see, through art and poetry, bringing Her back into our culture and society; back to our hearts and soul.
Daniel lives in Berkshire where he practises shamanic healing sessions. He lives with his husband and their 20 month old son, and a cat called smudge.