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Date: 2004-09-01 By: Deborah Lipp
When I wrote my first book, The Elements of Ritual, it was like a brain dump. I had been teaching classes and working in Wiccan groups for almost twenty years at that point, and writing was like downloading all those years into a word processor. ...
Date: 2005-09-01 By: Raven Grimassi & Stephanie Taylor
In ancient times our ancestors lived in harmony with the ways of Nature. As hunters and farmers they enjoyed an intimate relationship with the cycles of the seasons. It was a time when humankind lived in common cause with Nature. When we examine the ...
Date: 2008-07-15 By: Elysia Gallo
Water has been on my mind lately, and I thought it might be a good topic for this month's column. After all, spring cleaning, blessing sacred space, ritual purification, garden planning, and a host of other spring activities all involve water. It's personally one of my favorite elements, being a Crab myself; plus, we're we're currently traveling
Date: 2013-09-23 By: Carl Llewellyn Weschcke
We are all Spirit Communicators—all the time unconsciously broadcasting all kinds of "messages" to the Universe, and all the time unconsciously receiving messages from the Universe that is everything and everybody, including you and me. It's not just the visible "out there" Sun and Moon and distant Stars, nor the invisible spirits in higher
Date: 2006-04-10 By: Carl Llewellyn Weschcke
Ever think of astrology as a way to lose weight? It can be a great tool, not for just timing weight loss periods but also to determine weight gain times in advance. You can prevent the extra pounds if you’re aware when they could creep up on you, ...
Date: 2001-08-01 By: Carl Llewellyn Weschcke
When I first discovered yoga, I loved the way my body was left feeling relaxed yet full of energy, stronger but with a sense that went deeper than just my physical body. Yoga is a mystery to many people and most don’t know what to expect from their ...
Date: 2009-01-06 By: Barbara Moore
As the practically perfect, ever practical, and wondrously magical Mary Poppins said, “Well begun is half done.” Wise words to keep in mind when facing a New Year. For me, memories of a clean book bag, empty notebooks, and new shoes planted the notion of autumn as the time for new beginnings firmly in my psyche. Although that impulse still
Date: 2008-08-11 By: Ronelle Coburn
Ronelle Coburn, author of Destiny at Your Fingertips, spent the first thirty years of her life depressed and unfulfilled. Twenty years after discovering her life purpose, however, she is a successful business owner and consultant, as well as happiest as she's ever been. Discover how you, too, can discover what your true Life Purpose is—after all, it's written on your fingertips.
Date: 2012-11-19 By: Shawn MacKenzie
What are Dragons and why are they so important to us? Are they part of our mythos, or members of our everyday lives? Shawn MacKenzie, author of The Dragon Keeper's Handbook and Dragons for Beginners, explains.
Date: 2009-12-16 By: Llewellyn
What are the characteristics of faeries? The many things learned from folklore include: The Faeries, or Fey, live close to nature. Their homes are often hollow hills or mounds, and they dance in rings of mushrooms or stones. They haunt overgrown ruins (Carter Hall) and tangled green places (Huntley Bank, the forests of old New York). The