Wonderworks is a shop, gallery, workshop space, and community centre in Toronto, Canada, dedicated to women's spirituality, alternative healing & holistic
health, and creativity.
tarot and oracle decks
crystals and stones
Wise Women of History
Our goal is to bring wellness and joy to the world. We believe that by improving the quality of a person’s life, we also contribute to making the world itself a better place.
We carry books, crystals, tarot and oracle decks, flower essences, pendulums, journals, jewelery, goddess statues, meditation benches, runes, essential oils, natural and ayurvedic toiletries, charms,
candles, incense, wands and more.
We avoid plastic, and carry as many locally-made and hand-made products as we can.
Wonderworks is also home to the Fleishman Gallery, accessed through the shop. The gallery is dedicated to
contemporary art with themes related to feminism, the environment, and spirituality.
We also hold a variety of classes in our gallery space, including tarot classes, pagan concerts, yoga, reiki, meditation, wise woman series, and
an endless amount of how-to workshops.
79a Harbord St,
Featured Flower Essence: Goatsbeard (research essence from Alaskan brand)
Goatsbeard essence is one of our ‘joy-filled’ essences, encouraging the energy of joy to manifest through a perspective of optimism. It is especially helpful for those of us who have an overly intellectual approach to life, and who are highly energized mentally, to ground and focus that creative energy into the physical body, to help support the manifestation of positive reality in our lives.
A quote from Abraham inspired this post about the Goatsbeard essence. “Welcome to planet Earth. There is nothing that you cannot be or do or have. And your work here—your lifetime career—is to seek joy.”
3:41 pm • 4 March 2014 • 3 notes
“I give you this to take with you:
Nothing remains as it was. If you know this, you can
begin again, with pure joy in the uprooting.”
— Judith Minty, Letters to My Daughters
11:20 am • 4 March 2014 • 59 notes
Excavations at Caherconnell in County Clare, Ireland, have uncovered ancient burials that reflect a fusion of Pagan practices with Christianity. Although it was initially believed that Christianity wa
(Source: themodernsouthernpagan, via aemenne)
3:41 pm • 3 March 2014 • 80 notes
Who is a Goddess
A woman who is in the process of learning to know, accept and love herself on all levels: mind, body and soul.
A woman who, because she focuses on personal growth and self awareness, experiences a life, increasingly filled with peace, love, joy, passion and fun.
A woman that understands that she has unlimited capacity to make her life anything she wants.
A woman who is inspired to give to those around her because of her sense of gratitude and abundance.
— Savant Foumoi
11:21 am • 3 March 2014 • 45 notes
Your mission on earth is simple… and hard. In short, your purpose is your passion. And you must become TRUE to that passion, so that your dreams can follow. You lead the way into your Renaissance. — Creative Rehab
5 Bloody Lessons to Check Your Evolution: http://bit.ly/1msMvqk
3:40 pm • 2 March 2014 • 20 notes
"One human life is deeper than the ocean. Strange fishes and sea-monsters and mighty plants live in the rock-bed of our spirits. The whole of human history is an undiscovered continent deep in our souls. There are dolphins, plants that dream, magic birds inside us. The sky is inside us. The earth is in us.”
― Ben Okri, The Famished Road
Artwork by Jessica Boehman
11:20 am • 2 March 2014 • 52 notes
"Rub your feet with pollen and rest them. Rub your hands with pollen and rest them. Rub your body with pollen and lie at rest. Rub your head with pollen and put your mind to rest. Then truly your feet become pollen. Your hands become pollen. Your body becomes pollen. Your head becomes pollen. Your spirit will then become pollen. Your voice will then become pollen. All of you is as pollen is. And what pollen is, that is what peace is. The trail ahead is now a beautiful trail. Long life is ahead. Happiness is ahead."
A Navajo Song | Illustration by Solwind Art
3:40 pm • 1 March 2014 • 43 notes
The role of the animal messenger in the dreams of modern city-dwellers is often to recall us to our wild side, and the natural path of our energy.”
― Robert Moss, Conscious Dreaming: A Spiritual Path for Everyday Life
Art by Hillary Luetkemeyer
11:20 am • 1 March 2014 • 5 notes
There is a place deep within the heart that yearns for the old songs. The songs that call upon our ancestors for guidance, that encourage the grain to grow with their trusting and hungry notes. Songs that reach to us from the beginnings of our people to remind us how to live. Where are the songs of dying and grieving, birthing and planting? As languages die out and the music and teaching die with them, it is up to us learn how to sing again in that ancient way, so that we might be the ancestors that our descendants will sing to.
— Craig Paterson of Temple Wind Flutes
— Painting by Susan Seddon Boulet
3:40 pm • 28 February 2014 • 14 notes
Featured Gem Essence: Montana Rhodochrosite, from Alaskan Essences, Inc.
Correlation- 4th Chakra
Heart closed down after an abrupt loss or separation from a partner or loved one; feeling unsafe in the heart and wanting to escape into the head; fearful of powerful emotions; unable to process emotions fully in the heart.
Brings strength and solidity to the heart chakra; restores wholeness to the heart after an experience of great pain and suffering; clears distortion, fear, confusion and chaos from the heart; clarifies intent and promotes courageous, heart-centered action.
11:20 am • 28 February 2014 • 8 notes