Kirsten Ellen Johnsen is a ceremonialist, mythologist, ecopsychologist, folklorist, historian, photographer, writer, facilitator, communitarian, ritualist, teacher, spinner, weaver, and lifelong scholar. She curates heritages of Women's Spirituality and spiritual and social activism. She holds a doctorate in Mythological Studies and Depth Psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute and is currently pursuing a Master's of Divinity at Starr King School for the Ministry with an intended focus in Psychedelic Chaplaincy.
Kirsten focuses on nurturing spiritual relationship with the land through ancestry, mythology, and authentic, respectful direct connection with Place. The capacity to contain paradox and see through binary systems of thought into different possibilities of dialogue with each other and the land is essential to her work. She offers ceremony for love and grief in witness to our changing times. She is an intuitive Solitary Witch following an artistic and ancestral path of Faery Faith and Fylgja wisdom for antiracist re-animist truth and healing.
Get in touch with Kirsten directly to book a mythic consultation, ceremony design, officiant services, process facilitation, and inquire about workshops and online courses.