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Date: 2013-12-02 By: Tisha Morris
One healing modality that has been overlooked—and that is literally right under our nose—is our home. Our home is a reflection of ourselves, physically, mentally, and emotionally. Tisha Morris, author of Mind, Body, Home, describes four ways that we can make changes to our home—making changes to our selves and our lives in the process.
Date: 2009-05-18 By: Deborah Blake
Most of us would agree that there is more to being a Witch than celebrating the Sabbats or casting a spell under the full moon. That being said, many modern Pagans struggle to find ways to integrate their spiritual beliefs with their busy and often stressful mundane lives. Work, family, significant others, and all the responsibilities that come
Date: 2010-04-19 By: Ellen Evert Hopman
Spring is a time for skinned knees, bug bites, and other injuries as we (and the sleeping Earth) emerge from our hibernation. There are many herbal remedies than can be used to comfort and heal. Ellen Evert Hopman, author of The Druid Isle and Priestess of the Forest, details five such herbs.
Date: 2013-02-18 By: Richard Southall
Route 66 is a 2,448-mile roadway that connects Illinois to California; along with its many twists and turns come stories of ghosts, hauntings, and other paranormal activity. Why does this road, one of great history and legend, inspire paranormal activity? Richard Southall, author of Haunted Route 66, provides five reasons.
Date: 2011-08-08 By: Debi Chestnut
As a paranormal investigator, one of the first questions Debi Chestnut is often asked is, “How did the ghost get here?” The answer isn’t as simple as it sounds—it requires asking a lot of questions of the homeowner and conducting hours of research. That said, Chestnut believes there are generally five reasons why a ghost takes up residence in a home. Here the Is Your House Haunted? author discusses five main reasons your house may be haunted.
Date: 2010-11-01 By: Ana Lora Garrard
You'd like to remember your dreams more clearly. You sense they might have something valuable to tell you—something that could help you in your spiritual growth. You wonder why others have such colorful dreams when all you can remember is an occasional image of buying orange juice at the store, or arguing with your mother. How can you go about improving your dream recall? Ana Lora Garrard, author of Your Dreams: Spiritual Messages in Pajamas, offers five tips to get you started.
Date: 2014-01-20 By: Servet Hasan
None of us can escape loss or change. Life's challenges are universal and eventually will find us. Whether you're moving to a new city, facing an illness, or experiencing a divorce in your family, we can face the transition with optimism and turn it into a period of enormous personal and psychological growth. Servet Hasan, author of Life in Transition, explains.
Date: 2006-10-02 By: Mark Stavish
Get a rare glimpse of the lessons learned during the primary year of an alchemist's practices. Mark Stavish, author of The Path to Alchemy, shares wisdom gained from his first alchemical challenges and triumphs, along with stories from several other experienced alchemists and their first years of practice.
Date: 2005-07-25 By: Lisa Hunt
Renowned psychoanalyst and author James Hillman said in his book Dream Animals, “The imagination is itself a great animal.” What is it about animals that captivates us and sparks our imaginations? Just this morning my young children were ...
Date: 2008-07-16 By: Llewellyn
A brilliant cut diamond may have dozens or even hundreds of facets. To get to know the entire diamond, however, you have to know each of those facets. Similarly, if you wish to receive inspiration from the Goddess, you may find the easiest approach is to learn about each of Her various facets—the many faces of the Goddess. Renowned goddess