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Date: 2011-05-16 By: Sasha Graham
Nothing beats the good fun of a pajama party. Who says you can’t relive the old days? Just because you have a family, full-time job, or other very grown-up responsibilities doesn’t mean you couldn’t or shouldn’t relive the good times. Treat yourself to a girlicious evening and empower yourself and your friends with a night you’ll never forget. Sasha Graham, author of Tarot Diva, offers up a myriad of ways to jump-start your magical life and connect with your friends on a magical sleepover inspired by the energy of Tarot's Three of Cups.
Date: 2003-09-01 By: Dianne Sylvan
It is autumn here in Texas, the days still impossibly hot, midday thunderstorms waging war with the waning sun over the hill country. The air is singing the praises of the approaching season of Water, and I can feel life stirring in the wind even as ...
Date: 2010-10-25 By: Donald Tyson
The writer of horror stories, Howard Phillips Lovecraft (18901937), was a man at war with himself. On the conscious level he was a rationalist, a materialist, and toward the end of his life, an atheist who rejected all forms of religion, spirituality, magic, and mysticism as no more than rank superstitions. Lovecraft did not believe in God
Date: 2012-09-03 By: Tess Whitehurst
Metaphysics isn't about adding something else into our lives, like a ritual. It's opening up to, and tapping into, the generous flow of prosperity that is already in existence. Consciously manifesting things that bring us joy, then, is a process of opening up to who we really are and aligning with the divine energies that naturally want to flow through our life experience. Tess Whitehurst, author of The Art of Bliss, explains the concepts of manifesting joy and happiness in our lives, and provides a quiz to discover how each of the nine keys to bliss are currently present in our lives.
Date: 2010-07-19 By: Donald Tyson
Who was H.P. Lovecraft? What is exactly is the Necronomicon, and why has it left such an indelible impression on magicians and occultists of today? Donald Tyson, author of The 13 Gates of the Necronomicon, describes just exactly what Lovecraft had in mind—and why our usage of the Necronomicon today would be blasphemy to him.
Date: 2010-03-01 By: Cyndi Dale
Clairvoyant Cyndi Dale uses her gifts in everything she does, from her speaking and writing to her mothering and grocery shopping. These gifts tune her in to the world around her, and what's more, you can make use of these innate psychic abilities too! Dale, author of Everyday Clairvoyant, explains how we can all use our psychic skills to make our lives easier and better, as well as answer those questions that press us most.
Date: 2007-02-05 By: Kathleen Charlotte
Are you thinking of love this Valentine's Day, and looking for a little help to find the perfect match? Don't shy away from Voodoo as an option to ease the relationship issues in your life. Kathleen Charlotte, author of Va-Va-Voodoo, discusses some of the negative connotations associated with Voodoo, and shares a couple of her favorite techniques for bringing love into your life.
Date: 2010-05-24 By: Richard Webster
When most people think of psychic protection, they think about a deliberate psychic attack, but everyone can benefit from psychic protection, as everyone experiences various forms of negativity (such as anger, jealousy, road rage, and stress) on a regular basis. Richard Webster, author of Psychic Protection for Beginners, details 10 easy ways that we can combat stress and negativity and provide ourselves and our loved ones with psychic protection.
Date: 2009-09-14 By: Ellen Evert Hopman
Most every kitchen is stocked full of herbs and spices. We use them to flavor our food and preserve it. But did you know that these simplest of herbs and spices can also be used to heal us? Ellen Evert Hopman, Druid Priestess and author of Priestess of the Forest, details 10 everyday foods and spices that can easily be used to heal.
Date: 2013-08-26 By: Diana Palm
Not all that long ago, people were afraid to approach the topic of ghosts. The popularity of ghost shows on television has changed that perspective, and now people are excited to talk about ghost sightings and other supernatural experiences they have. With the quantity of paranormal occurrences increasing, we need to be cognizant that if a ghost is in our lives, it will need our help in crossing over. Diana Palm, author of Setting Spirits Free, gives us ten reasons we should help ghosts with their healing and journey to the other side.