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Tarot Journaling and the Star

At the beginning of a new year, people often make a resolution to keep a journal. Keeping a journal has many benefits and can be done any number of ways. One way is to journal about tarot cards. In Tarot 101, Kim Huggens provides lots of great journaling questions for each card. You could work […]

5 Secrets of Self-Healing

Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Amy B. Scher, author of the new How to Heal Yourself When No One Else Can. Do you know self-healing is the most powerful kind of healing? Self-healing sends signals to our body that we have power over our own bodies and lives. Our bodies are designed […]

The Importance of Giving Back to the Totems (And Other Spirits, Too!)

Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Lupa, author of New Paths to Animal Totems, Plant and Fungus Totems, and the new Nature Spirituality from the Ground Up. One of the common themes I see in books on animal totemism and similar practices is an emphasis on what we can get out of working […]

Creating Characters with Tarot

We don’t always use the cards for readings. Sometimes we want to use them in creative ways or to spark our own creativity in other projects. Whether you are writing a story or are looking for a fun way to work with your cards, story telling and tarot have always gone hand in hand. Writers […]

6 or 18 Months: How Long, O Abramelin, How Long?

Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Aaron Leitch, author of several books, including Secrets of the Magickal Grimoires, The Angelical Language Volume I and Volume II, and Essential Enochian Grimoire. Way back in 1898, the famous magician S.L. Mathers published an English translation of an obscure little 16th century grimoire called the Book […]