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Date: 2016-09-26 By: Melanie Marquis
Versatile, convenient, and widely available and affordable, the tarot is an excellent tool for many types of magick. While some magickal workings call for an extensive list of herbs, candles, oils, stones, and other ingredients, there are countless spells and charms that can be cast with nothing more than a single deck of tarot cards. Melanie Marquis, creator of the new Modern Spellcaster's Tarot, discusses the deck and its power for divination and magic.
Date: 2016-09-22 By: Amy Leigh Mercree
To feel good, you have to jump into a vibration of the positive. You have to choose to be abundant in joy. You have to focus on your true reality of dazzling freedom. You have to make a choice to sparkle and let go of your fears. The only things that stop you from feeling amazing one hundred percent of the time are fear and lack. These are part
Date: 2016-09-19 By: Rich Newman
Exterior locations such as bridges present unique challenges for paranormal investigations, and it's always better to be prepared. Rich Newman, author of the new Haunted Bridges, provides some tips and tricks to make the most out of your investigation.
Date: 2016-09-12 By: Brandy Williams
Pagan religion is visual. We don't just hear our gods, we see them! The practice of theurgy teaches us how to see the gods in three forms: their representation in art, in the faces of other people, and in the temple of our own bodies. Brandy Williams, author of the new For the Love of the Gods, explains each of these practices and how they all are flourishing today.
Date: 2016-09-05 By: Shakta Khalsa
As any parent or teacher will tell you, nurturing children in a mindful way and giving them the structure they need to thrive is a big job. When it comes to children on the autism spectrum, the scope and intensity of caregiving doubles or triples since these children often require more from their parents and caregivers than most children do. Shakta Khalsa, author of the new Yoga Way to Radiance, presents ways that yoga can help the parents and caregivers of all children, but especially those on the autism spectrum.
Date: 2016-09-01 By: Barbara Moore
At the Minnesota State Fair, there are many, many different categories for entering your best efforts in the arts, baking, knitting, crop art, and more. In each category, there a many different lots, or subcategories, you can enter. In the baking category, there is one that I always find interesting. Each year, they pick a different
Date: 2016-08-29 By: Paulette Kouffman Sherman
A bath is more than a physical cleansing; it's your emotional and spiritual purification. You can make your bathtub the altar in the temple of your bathroom. Think of it as your path to transformation. It is a sacred oasis, a time to connect to your Spirt, a playtime, a dreamtime. Dr. Paulette Kouffman Sherman, author of the new Book of Sacred Baths, presents twelve ways to make your bath more magical and powerful.
Date: 2016-08-22 By: Sandra Kynes
Because birds seem so common and exist everywhere, we often take them for granted and even consider them part of the landscape. However, these wonderful creatures can provide us with a simple yet powerful way to stay in tune with the natural world and its seasonal markers. In addition to maintaining this connection, birds can help us access different levels of energy and awareness no matter where we are, even in the concrete canyons of Manhattan. Here, Bird Magic author Sandra Kynes explains why birds are such powerful magical allies.
Date: 2016-08-15 By: Sandra Kynes
The town of Revelstoke, Canada is many things—small, remote, burdened with a comically undersized airport—but it is best known as the international ski destination with North America's largest vertical drop, at 7,500 feet. It is also home to a paranormal history stretching back more than seventy years. Brennan Storr, author of the new A Strange Little Place, provides three sites to get your paranormal hunt started in this little town.
Date: 2016-08-11 By: Kris Brandt Riske MA
With its designation as the "greater benefic," Jupiter is best known as a lucky charm. It is definitely that. Jupiter's position in your chart represents where your greatest luck occurs and where you're likely to be least cautious. But, Jupiter can also be fickle. In this excerpt from Llewellyn's Complete Book of Astrology, discover what Jupiter's placement in your chart means for you.