Medium Patrick Mathews and his sister Kathleen have written a new book, Everlasting Love, which presents stories and case studies meant to illustrate that even death cannot break the bonds of love. Here, they discuss the new book, their intuitive gifts, and how they hope their readers continue to interact with their loved ones in spirit.
The new book Yoga and Body Image features twenty-five essays about yoga's transformative power, written by well-known yogis (including Alanis Morissette, Seane Corn, Bryan Kest, and twenty-two others). Here, the book's collaborators Melanie Klein and Anna Guest-Jelley talk about why the book—and yoga itself—is so powerful.
Author Kristoffer Hughes, the Chief of the Anglesey Druid Order, a Mount Haemus scholar, and a member of the Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids, has two new books out, The Book of Celtic Magic and The Journey into Spirit. Here he discusses both books, in all their differences and similarities, and explains how his Celtic heritage colors his Pagan perspective.
Many of us struggle, on a daily basis, with a negative image of our bodies, inner criticism, and often, negative—or even destructive—eating patterns. How can we overcome these negative self-body relationships, and learn to love, care, and feed our bodies in a new way? Melissa Grabau, PhD, author of The Yoga of Food, explains how yoga and meditation can lead the way.
As Pagans, we most normally connect with the Goddess as a lunar figure, embodying the Moon's watery, emotional energy. But, conversely, many pantheons view a connection between the Goddess and the Sun, as well. Stephanie Woodfield, author of Celtic Lore & Spellcraft of the Dark Goddess and the new Drawing Down the Sun, explains why connecting with the solar power of the divine feminine is so important.
Popular author and witch Deborah Blake is back with her new book, The Witch's Broom, which is full of broom lore, rituals, spells, crafts, and more (including illustrations by Mickie Mueller and anecdotes from familiar community voices). Here she discusses broom magic and her new book.
Prolific author Richard Webster has just written his fiftieth(!) book with Llewellyn, the new Body Language Quick & Easy. Discover what prompted him to write the book, and why such a seemingly easy practice can provide a lifetime of rewards.
Magickal rituals and traditions can become boring or staid when we practice them time and time again. Melanie Marquis, author of A Witch's Bag of Tricks and the new Witch's World of Magick, discusses how we can expand and enhance our magickal workings.
Pregnancy is a transformative journey, both physically and emotionally, but also spiritually. Here Shawn A. Tassone, MD and Kathryn M. Landherr, MD, authors of Spiritual Pregnancy, discuss the heroine's journey of pregnancy and how mothers can maximize the power of their transformation.