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Date: 2015-06-18 By: Margaret Ann Lembo
June is the month we honor our fathers, as well as those graduating from academic programs. This is the time of year that supports our connection to the energy of taking action, accomplishment, and acknowledgement. It is aligned with masculine energy. How can we balance, embrace, and nurture this masculine energy? With gemstones! Margaret Ann Lembo, author of The Essential Guide to Crystals, Minerals, and Stones, gives us five stones perfect for balancing our masculine energy.
Date: 2015-06-17 By: Amy Herring
A midlife crisis is a household phrase in Western culture conjuring up images of middle-aged men in red sports cars trying to recapture their youth. Is there more to it than this stereotype? What lies at the heart of the midlife crisis, and does it truly exist? In this excerpt from Llewellyn's 2016 Moon Sign Book, Astrology of the Moon author Amy Herring discusses the psychological purpose of midlife transitions and how your natal Moon Sign can help us anticipate what to expect and to navigate the best outcome of these transitions.
Date: 2015-06-15 By: Jeanne Van Bronkhorst
The end of life is a powerful, emotionally wrenching, and often profoundly spiritual time. Jeanne Van Bronkhorst, author of the new Dreams At the Threshold, details five ways dreams at the end of life can be powerful allies for the dying and the grieving alike—as well as how you can begin to be more in tune with your dreams now.
Date: 2015-06-01 By: Ellen Dugan
Ellen Dugan's new book, The Natural Psychic, isn't simply a non-magickal book—it's a friendly and fun guide to psychic development. So why the departure, after more than fifteen books on witchcraft and magick? Ellen explains her journey though psychic development and why now is the time for The Natural Psychic.
Date: 2015-05-25 By: Dr Michael Lennox
Dreams can be experiences of crazy landscapes where anything can happen (and probably will). But more often than not, many of us encounter the regularly recurring, repetitive dream that has been present our entire life. What do these dreams mean? Why do we continue to have the same ones? Dr. Michael Lennox, author of Llewellyn's Complete Dictionary of Dreams, presents—and explains—5 of the most common recurring dream themes.
Date: 2015-05-18 By: Tiffany Lazic
Most of us already feel somewhat in tune with the cycles of nature and the seasons: the urge to stay inside and sleep during the winter, the desire to celebrate during the long days of summer. But can we connect even more deeply, more holistically, with these cycles, to heal ourselves? Tiffany Lazic, author of the new The Great Work: Self-Knowledge and Healing Through the Wheel of the Year, presents 5 easy ways we can start incorporating the Wheel of the Year into a practical modality for self-understanding and healing.
Date: 2015-05-11 By: Melissa Harris
Perhaps you don't consider yourself creative. But, we are all creative: our creativity simply emerges in different ways. Consider the imagination one employs to make intelligent financial decisions, or how one can come up with yummy and inexpensive recipes with healthy ingredients. We call upon our creative selves many times in the course of a day, but some of us don't count these acts as imaginative. Melissa Harris, author of the new 99 Keys to a Creative Life, has provided the following ways to support your creative urges. If you don't think you are creative, or if you are feeling creatively blocked, these five simple suggestions will help you push through.
Date: 2015-05-08 By: Katalin Koda
From Where Do the Cards of the Tarot Originate? Mystery shrouds the origin of Tarot cards, but ancient oracle decks have been found in a wide range of places, from Hungary to India to China. Some historical sources credit the traveling, wandering musicians and performers who roamed (originally) from India to Persia to Egypt for carrying cards
Date: 2015-05-05 By: Jamie Davis Whitmer
The Old City Jail ("Gaol") in Charleston, South Carolina was built in 1802 right over the Provost Dungeon and a potter's field. It also served as an insane asylum and housed Union soldiers (prisoners of war). Why is this site considered so haunted? Is it due to the on-site death toll (estimated to be anywhere between 10,000 and 14,000)? Is it due to the deplorable conditions? Or perhaps some of its famous inmates? Jamie Davis, author of Haunted Asylums, Prisons, and Sanatoriums, went to explore.
Date: 2015-05-04 By: Tess Whitehurst
Think you can't visualize? Not true. When you crave something—say chocolate—you strongly sense chocolate in your mind. Perhaps you sense it through taste, texture, or appearance…even when that chocolate isn't anywhere in sight. Here Tess Whitehurst, author of several books and the new Holistic Energy Magic, explains visualization and provides four easy exercises to help us visualize.