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Date: 2009-02-03 By: Barbara Moore
Many people like to gather with others who share their interests. They join, for example, book clubs, sports leagues, knitting groups, political action committees, or neighborhood associations. They take classes. They network and participate in online forums. In this sense, tarot is like any other interest. Tarotists, whether professionals,
Date: 2004-01-27 By: Tania Ahsan
Feng Shui has been extensively explored these last few years and its secrets laid open to the West. But Vaastu Shastra, a 5,000-year-old Indian architectural and design philosophy, has only recently come into the media spotlight. Contained within ...
Date: 2012-11-26 By: Thuri Calafia
Where are the holes in your Witchcraft training? Whether self-taught or coven-trained, many practitioners of Wicca and Witchcraft may find that they are still missing pieces of study, which prevents them from serving both themselves and their communities. Thuri Calafia, teacher and author of Initiate and Dedicant, explains.
Date: 2010-12-09 By: Patrick Dunn
While dismissed in scientific circles, the idea that we could arrive at some language that more accurately or efficiently communicates with spirits or our own deep minds is a common one in magic. The most famous of attempts to do is often called Enochian, although the creator, John Dee, called it "the Angelic Language." John Dee, who was
Date: 2016-06-06 By: Sherrie Dillard
From a young age we are often taught, in ways both subtle and overt, to compromise who we are and to replace our true thoughts and feelings with false masks. We do this because we want to be accepted, and over time, our awareness of our authentic self slowly recedes. Yet, compromising our truth brings no true reward. Not knowing and loving our authentic self creates loneliness and cuts us off from our center of power and inner joy. Despite the many influences that seek to confine you to complacency and suppress your inner truth, the journey of discovering your authentic self is natural and always unfolding. Sherrie Dillard, author of the new Discover Your Authentic Self, presents the three phases of discovering our true, authentic self.
Date: 2003-05-15 By: Richard Webster
Dowsing is the art of finding something that is hidden, usually something concealed underground. Dowsing is most commonly used for water divining, but there appear to be virtually no limits to the number of applications it can be used for. Over the ...
Date: 2004-11-01 By: Donald Michael Kraig
One of the things I have commented upon in my writing is that for some practitioners, certain aspects of the Kabalah and ceremonial magick are very “left-brained.” These practices, which are a focus for some people, though logical and well thought ...
Date: 2010-08-06 By: Llewellyn
Agate: Good for mental stability and awakens latent talents. Amber: One of my favorites for clients suffering love pain. It soaks up the negative energy, rebalances, then gives strength, all in the blink of an eye. Amethyst: Good for calming; also promotes spirituality and on a business side gives flexibility in decision making.
Date: 2009-07-30 By: Llewellyn
The King of Cups represents a just and good man, or a situation involving justice, intelligence, or honor. Description Most decks show a mature man, seated on a throne. Sometimes the throne is shown at the shore, or actually floating on water. He may or may not be crowned; most decks show some kind of elaborate headgear with or without a crown.
Date: 2009-08-28 By: Llewellyn
A serious-looking knight, in full battle armor, seems to raise his cup in salute as he and his white horse stand on the banks of a wide, crystal-clear river. Fed by a rushing waterfall, the river spills over a towering, rocky cliff. The Knight of Cups, like all of the court cards in his suit, is watery and emotional. He is gallant, graceful,