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Date: 2017-02-13 By: Matthew L. Swayne
Country music can affect us deeply, and some experts on the supernatural say there is way we can measure the powerful spiritual effect of country music: the number of stories about ghosts and spirits that are told by country musicians and—maybe more importantly—the number of country music stars who are said to still live on even after they have left the mortal stage. Matthew L. Swayne, author of the new Ghosts of Country Music, explores a list of five country music celebrities who might just be country music's most supernatural superstars.
Date: 2017-02-06 By: Matthew L. Swayne
Money is not the root of all evil, as we now know, once spirituality takes ahold of us. But once we have divested ourselves of this thought, where do we go next? Two of our chakras, the sacral (orange) and the heart (green) chakras, can help us understand and manage the flow of abundance in our lives. In this article, Discover Your Master Chakra author Stephanie S. Larsen explains why...and how.
Date: 2017-01-30 By: Matthew L. Swayne
Ancient Greek philosophers identified a three-fold division of nature, by which they categorized the known world. These kingdoms are plant, animal, and mineral, and these three kingdoms form the basic divisions of the art of alchemy.1 The alchemical names for the operations and experiments related to each division are as follows: Plant
Date: 2017-01-23 By: Steven A. LaChance
The events of the St. Louis exorcism in 1949 will forever be the topic of discussion and conjecture, and inspired the 1973 film The Exorcist. The exorcism ended in 1949, but the aftermath forever changed the Catholic Church and the city of St. Louis. Here, Steven LaChance, author of the new Confrontation with Evil: An In-Depth Review of the 1949 Possession that Inspired The Exorcist, presents 10 facts about the movie and the possession that you likely don't know.
Date: 2017-01-16 By: Tess Whitehurst
If one thing has been sacred to our species since time immemorial, it is our trees. Dwelling between the realms of earth and sky, we humans are beings of both worlds, and our very life is a balance and synthesis of form and spirit, below and above. What more appropriate symbol for this could there be than a tree, rooted in the earth, and stretching his branches and leaves upward into the light? Tess Whitehurst, author of the new Magic of Trees, has created an oracle to access the wisdom the trees hold for us. So, pick one, and read on to see what the trees are telling you!
Date: 2017-01-15 By: Llewellyn
If you're reading this...odds are you either currently consider yourself an empath or are wondering if such a term applies to you on an individual level. I encourage you to reflect on the following brief list to see if the term empath accurately describes your unique personality. Those with a high level of empathic ability tend to have certain
Date: 2017-01-14 By: Llewellyn
"It does not do to leave a live dragon out of your calculations, if you live near him. —J. R. R. Tolkien, The Hobbit Creating a new habit can be challenging, and the best-laid plans will falter as life unfolds on a daily basis. What are the dragons that will disrupt your best-laid plans for being physically active? External dragons:
Date: 2017-01-09 By: Llewellyn
Among the kaleidoscope of practices and philosophies that shape the diverse form of witchcraft known as Faery, a popular saying arises again and again that describes what very well may be the singular heart of the tradition: "A witch bows to no one." It is offered as both advice and meditative device, the sentiment being one of claiming and protecting one's personal power and fully embracing one's own divine authority. Storm Faerywolf, author of Betwixt & Between, provides insight into the Faery tradition as well as the Witch's Crown exercise for embracing your personal power.
Date: 2017-01-02 By: Llewellyn
Each year, thousands of people set New Year's resolutions—to exercise, eat better, lose weight, save more money, enjoy their life more, etc.—but most will fail. Miserably and repeatedly. So how can we live better lives, if our resolutions to do so are likely to fail? Sharon Lipinski, author of the new 365 Ways to Live Generously: Simple Habits for a Life That's Good for You and for Others, provides the seven foundational generosity habits that, once a part of your life, will allow your life to naturally unfold as a life that is good for you and good for others.
Date: 2016-12-26 By: Yasmin Henkesh
Sad? Depressed? Anxious? Stressed? Not feeling good enough—not the right height, the right shape, the right whatever? Wish you could click your ruby red slippers and forever banish self doubt? If so, Trance Dancing with the Jinn author Yasmin Henkesh suggests the healing power of dance.