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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.
Date: 2010-09-15 By: Llewellyn
People who have studied angels have discovered there are certain ways in which angels make their presence felt. You may have experienced these sensations but not realized their significance. Below are ten of the most common signs to help you to identify the presence of an angel, especially if it is at a time when you have asked for angelic
Date: 2016-02-09 By: Aaron Leitch
You might have noticed New Year's Day tends to fall at different times in different cultures. But, whenever you celebrate the new year (and even throughout the year!), it is not surprising that our culture has developed its own magickal traditions surrounding this important time of change and hope. This is good old fashioned witchery—simple little charms and rituals performed at home, allowing ourselves and our families to grab the reins of the new year and attempt to steer it in a positive direction right from its very first moments. Aaron Leitch provides ten simple charms to attract abundance as we enter another new year.
Date: 2011-03-21 By: Caroline Dow
Tea leaf reading, or tasseomancy, has been practiced as a form of divination probably ever since the first cup was brewed. But how does one make sense of the images left at the bottom of a cup? To help lift you over the hump—that clutch moment when you fear you’re floundering in a red sea of Rooibos—and onto the path toward giving dynamic readings, Caroline Dow, author of Tea Leaf Reading for Beginners, offers 10 easy-to-put-into-practice tips for interpretation.
Date: 2015-07-20 By: Diana Rajchel
The festival of Mabon celebrated the harvest and honored an entire season of sacred, survival-ensuring work. Diana Rajchel, author of Mabon (the latest release in Llewellyn's Sabbat Essentials Series), explains the origins of the festival and provides 13 hidden traditions that may well be worth resurrecting for our own harvest celebrations.
Date: 2009-11-04 By: Carl Llewellyn Weschcke
The following article is mostly excerpted from Chapter Ten of Psychic Empowerment for Everyone, written by Dr. Joe Slate and myself. I think it says everything I can say about the opportunities and responsibilities we all face in these most critical times. The point is: we can do something! We don’t have to be passive and accepting, just hoping
Date: 2012-08-17 By: Alice DeVille
The map of your life known as your natal chart presents a fascinating diagram of the path you are taking to invent your future. Your birth chart comes packed with potential—your career choices, dreams, education, family, partnerships, socializing preferences, soul purposes, and any number of goals that capture your attention during life’s journey.
Date: 2009-08-20 By: Mary K. Greer
Forget those long, complicated spreads; try spending an hour or more with just one tarot card. With a little diligence you will receive more detailed information with one card than from a large spread read quickly. You will need a full deck with scenes depicted on all the cards, or just the twenty-two Major Arcana from any deck. Shuffle and draw
Date: 2013-12-30 By: Keith Park PhD
At certain rare moments—sometimes when in quiet reflection or relaxing in nature—we may discover an often surprising yet pleasant experience of temporarily losing our individual perspective and seeing the world from a larger, more encompassing perspective. Keith Park, Ph.D., author of The Serenity Solution, describes three ways we can embrace this divinity amidst our busy, everyday lives and enjoy peace and clarity.