November has been one of the wildest (read: most true to nature) rides I’ve been on in some time...and it’s just Day 10 😂I ain’t been hangin out and I think my choice to ritualize this month has come with its own set of challenges but has reminded me of worthy intentions and splendid gratitude for what I already have; in spades...and that plays a big part in that wildness. Im in the bed much earlier than I EVER have been and then all the Muses come talking while I’m tryna tap in lol 💫 Well, im talkin to em so it’s how the answers come and reveal what yummy aspects of myself are hungry enough to be served 😋. And man have I been hungry!! Then, the deep rest I finally get, just weaves them into my being as reality, on a level I can feel intensely. It’s quite a fabulous journey. Get you some rituals! I know the Early Birds and their worms but anybody else feel like the nighttime is the right time?? Represent below! #journeying#journaling#soulhealing#healyoursoul#bujo#oracle#seshat#rituals#nighttime#muses#hunger#reality#november#sacredspace
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Marie Louise Coidavid (1778– March 11, 1851, was the Queen of the Kingdom of Haiti 1811–20 as the spouse of Henri Christophe I of Haiti.
In 1811, Marie-Louise was given the title of queen upon the creation of the Kingdom of Haiti. Her new status gave her ceremonial tasks to perform, ladies-in-waiting, a secretary and her own court. She took her position seriously, and stated that the title "given to her by the nation" also gave her responsibilities and duties to perform. She served as the hostess of the ceremonial royal court life performed at the Sans-Souci Palace. She did not involve herself in the affairs of state. #Seshat
🇭🇹🇪🇹 goddess of wisdom, knowledge, and writing. She was seen as a scribe and record keeper, and her name means she who scrivens (i.e. she who is the scribe), and is credited with inventing writing.