About KamalaDevi McClure

KamalaDevi McClure is a mystic, author, & Muse. Her family stars in Showtime’s docu-series, Polyamory: Married & Dating. She is the director of SD Tantra Theater, teaches sacred sexuality, and is lead faculty for ISTA. She lives by the beach in San Diego with her husband and son.

Watch This Free Goddess Video with KamalaDevi and Rae Irelan

We are WOMEN… hear us ROAR!!! Today I “woke” to learn that women’s voices are actually being heard around the world (if Alabama is listening, there’s hope!) I’m honored to be a part of that awakening. I’m delighted to be co-creating with powerful visionaries for a virtual Goddess Festival on Zoom with Rae Irelan…I personally will be sharing the power of sex magic for manifesting an extraordinary life! Read the rest →

2017 Year in Review by KamalaDevi, Michael, Devin & Kabuki the Cat

“Bizarre!” Is my best attempt to sum up this year. As if America’s new president weren’t surreal enough, Elon Musk has recycled rockets, China teleported photons into orbit, and the widespread #MeToo movement finally made sexual misconduct unignorable. 

As I traveled around the planet, I’ve been astounded by the magic happening in the hearts of everyone I encounter.   Read the rest →

Have a Poly Jolly Solstice (Fun advice on how to survive the holidays!)

 ‘Tis is the season to reconnect with our roots. There is a big difference between “family of origin” and “family of choice.” Personally, I feel fortunate that my parents and siblings accept my alternative lifestyle. Yet most families of origin are not as informed or tolerant of diversity as mine, after all, it took almost 20 years (and tons of mistakes) to get here.         Read the rest →

Are you a Witch? Top 10 Signs of your magical potential this Halloween!

After an adventurous summer season, I am slowing down for the fall. As I do my magical meditations, I realized how sweet it is to be surrounded by other witches, wizards, and Shamans. Many of you may not even identify as such, (I know how much you hate labels,) but I thought it might be fun to conduct a little Cosmo-style quiz. Read the rest →