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Freemasons, Webinars, and the Golden Dawn

There has been a debate on the internet concerning the future of magick. I saw a discussion about it on Aaron Leitch’s Blog. There, Aaron  discusses comments by Jake Stratton-Kent concerning the future of magick. One of the problems in this discussion is the use of jargon. Aaron reveals, “Jake is a goetic magician, but […]

Finding Your Magic Sleeping Pill

Sleep. Is it your friend or your enemy? I know I’m far from the only one who suffers from the occasional monster of insomnia and I’ve been seeing more and more articles on the importance of sleep lately. Mehdi René’s 6 Tips for Waking Up Early and Getting Sh*t Done reminded me of something I […]

Meditation vs. Meditating — Jesus vs. Astrology

Back on January 3, I posted that I have two preliminary goals for the new year. The first goal was to finish the manuscript for my next book and submit it to Llewellyn for consideration at PantheaCon. I am glad to say that indeed, I accomplished that goal. For a variety of reasons it takes […]

That Monkey Called ANXIETY

Anxiety. Just the word makes me tighten up my shoulders and lose my breath. More and more people are realizing and admitting to their experience with chronic anxiety. In a fast paced and depend-on-yourself society, it’s not hard to imagine why this unwelcome experience and condition is flourishing. We’re losing our breath. We can’t relax. […]

Angela’s 2012 Wrap-Up

December is truly my favorite month! I love the sights. I love the smells. Even the sounds of music and ringing bells that I’ve heard every year before don’t get old. The sense of magic I felt as a kid flutters back to life as new traditions are made and old ones are celebrated. One […]

Finding Your Spiritual Practice

I was recently asked by someone if I have a daily spiritual practice. The question caught me off guard and I had to stop and think. Do I? If I do, what is it? What inspires me from day to day and brings me a deeper sense of connection to myself, the world as a […]

Should Meditation Be an Olympic Sport?

Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Robert Butera, author of The Pure Heart of Yoga and the new Meditation for Your Life. Today we welcome the beginning of the 2012 Olympic Games. It is known that a high percentage of Olympic athletes meditate, visualize, or use some form of mental concentration practice to […]

Stressed? Bubbles to the Rescue!

While rushing through my morning routine I was surprised with a little tid bit on a morning radio show. First, they dangled the carrot: According to their source, 1 minute of a certain activity was equal to the stress relief gained from a 33 minute massage! I hate when they hook me like that, when I really need […]

A Practice in Holiday Gratitude

Since we’re hosting family holiday extravaganza at our place this year, we went all out and pitched a tree in our living room. Our dog was ecstatic; you could see it in his crazy eyes as we hauled the tree up the stairs…”Big stick for ME?!” Once we got it into his head that, no, we weren’t […]

Focus and Meditation

AMORC’s Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum in San Jose, California. The grounds and exhibits at “Rosicrucian Park” are magnificent and worth a trip. The statue at the front is of Taweret, goddess of childbirth and fertility. Years ago, while I was living in San Diego, California, I was a member of AMORC. AMORC, calling themselves the Rosicrucians, […]