About Me

Welcome, fellow wanderer.

My name is Channing. My purpose in life is to walk the spiral path of self-discovery and spirituality. 

A driving force in my experience is the understanding that the bravery to be myself and the vulnerability to share this with others influences the world in peaceful but powerful ways. My journey from my childhood religion of mormonism, to the old ways of wisdom - connection to earth, divine, body, and community - through the lens of ecofeminist theology is my current focus. I feel a call to share resources, my perspective, and create a container for others to question, explore, and deepen into presence and love.

I am so glad you're here. I honor your bravery and am grateful to share the spiral path with you.

At a Glance

Astrology bio: Aries sun, Libra moon, Sagittarius rising
Enneagram Type: 4w3 - the Individualist with a splash of Performer
Keywords: sassy, poetic, curious, outspoken, fiery, explorative
If I was a tarot card: Queen of Pentacles
Recovering: mormon, know-it-all, hot-head
Becoming: animist, writer, lover
Loving: runes, ritual, myths, skinny-dipping, theology, tarot cards, skipping small talk
Favorite hot drink: rooibos or chai and homemade apple cider
Dreamers I admire: Mary Oliver, Audre Lorde, Terry Tempest Williams, Sandra Cisneros, Sharon Blackie, Rosemary Radford Ruether, Rumi
Ancestral Roots: Norse-Germanic and Celtic cultures (Sweden, Denmark, UK, and Switzerland)
Beloved Artists: Georgia O'Keefe, Gustav Klimt, Alphonse Mucha, Odilon Redon

Helpful definitions

witch: a traditional word for a woman who practices the ancient wisdom ways, later demonized in efforts to oppress
ancient wisdom ways: earth-based spiritualities honoring wholeness, community, interdependence, and presence
language: a method of creation and communication
ecofeminism: a framework of understanding how the oppression of the earth is intimately linked with the oppression of women

Where else you can find me and my work:

The Faithful Feminists Podcast:  exploring feminist hermeneutics and theology from an LDS background
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