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Cassie Uhl is the founder and owner of Zenned Out, a jewelry company that handcrafts jewelry with meaning and provides a community that inspires a mindful and spiritual lifestyle. Cassie grew up with a open minded, astrology obsessed grandmother and a father that would take her and her sister star gazing in the wee hours of the night. These experiences shaped Cassie and Zenned Out into what they are today by bringing spirituality and astrology into the forefront. Cassie hopes to give spiritual souls a place to feel at home on the Zenned Out blog and offers handcrafted jewelry with meaningful symbols, powerful gemstones, and mindful quotes to enable people to wear jewelry that aligns with their souls purpose.

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The Difference Between a Dark Moon & New Moon

September 30, 2019 4:31 am Published by Comments Off on The Difference Between a Dark Moon & New Moon

There are two different schools of thought when it comes to differentiating between a new moon and dark moon. Spoiler alert, there’s not a right or wrong answer. The difference of opinion is between astronomers and Pagans. I’m going to share both schools of thought with you so you can decide what works better for you. Here’s the short answer to this query. A new moon can be a dark moon, a dark moon can be a new moon, a waxing crescent can be a new moon, but a waxing crescent can’t be a dark moon. Make sense? I know,... Continue Reading


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The Four Types of Indigos & How to Thrive as One

September 4, 2019 8:57 pm Published by Comments Off on The Four Types of Indigos & How to Thrive as One

An Indigo person is anyone who has the color indigo as the primary color in their auric field. I shared more about the birth of this term and who Indigos are in a previous post. Click here if you missed it and want to learn more about who Indigos are before reading on! As I shared in the previous post, according to Nancy Tappe, most of us are Indigos now. A more important question to ask is, what kind of Indigo are you? Throughout Nancy’s work with Indigos, she identified four types: humanist, artist, conceptualist, and catalyst. Each Indigo helps... Continue Reading


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Your Spiritual Tool Box for Stress & Anxiety

August 27, 2019 9:11 pm Published by Comments Off on Your Spiritual Tool Box for Stress & Anxiety

Whether you’re in full-on crisis mode or wading through a stressful season of life, knowing which direction to turn for relief can feel overwhelming. A quick fix like reaching for a glass of wine or a shopping splurge might help now and then, but it’s not a long term solution. What tools can you rely on to help keep your cool when things seem to be falling apart around you? As a new mom to twins and a business owner, stress and anxiety have become part of my norm. Over the last year, I’ve had to put my spiritual tools... Continue Reading


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Are you and Indigo? Probably, and here’s why.

August 21, 2019 12:11 am Published by Comments Off on Are you and Indigo? Probably, and here’s why.

The term “Indigo child” is one of those buzz words in the spiritual community that you either love or hate. Some believe the label has genuinely caused harm, while for others it has been their saving grace. Doing an online search of the term reveals thousands of articles. With so much information out there about Indigos, it’s not a surprise that misinformation started spreading about them. The truth is, most of us are Indigos, and the label might not be as mystical as you think. Are Indigos essential to the growth of the human race? Yes, invaluable. Are all Indigos... Continue Reading


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Why It’s OK to Burn Sage and Palo Santo But, Read This First.

August 6, 2019 9:26 pm Published by Comments Off on Why It’s OK to Burn Sage and Palo Santo But, Read This First.

Instagram is abuzz with suggestions and sometimes, outright demands about what herbs you should and should not burn. “White sage is overharvested” and “Palo Santo is endangered,” you’ve likely heard some variation of these statements. Now, before you run off and start writing me an angry email, keep reading!  Are there truths in the statements above? Yes! White sage is overharvested, and there are endangered varieties of Palo Santo trees. Is this the full story? No. Like most things, this issue is not black and white. There’s a whole spectrum of grey area, and that’s what I want to discuss. While... Continue Reading





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