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Date: 2016-12-12 By: Raven Digitalis
The terms "empath" and "empathy" now circulate far and wide, permeating numerous fields of study ranging from psychotherapy to occultism. Awareness of empathy and its importance is spreading across every corner of the globe. More and more resources for empaths surface on the Web and other mediums on a daily basis; it really is astounding. But, being empathic can also be incredibly overwhelming. Here, Esoteric Empathy author Raven Digitalis presents 8 ways the magically and metaphysically minded can take care of themselves.
Date: 2014-09-04 By: Richard Webster
People have always been fascinated by luck, and throughout history, numerous methods have been devised to try to entice good luck. What is luck? How can we bring more of it into our lives? Richard Webster, author of the new 365 Ways to Attract Good Luck, explains just how easy it might be.
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
Date: 2002-05-01 By: Amber K
It was an odd situation. I found myself talking to this man, the teacher of my teachers, and all I knew about him was that he had created a wonderful way of reading Tarot cards. John McClimans had passed the Gestalt Tarot technique to the High ...
Date: 2005-03-01 By: Frater U.:D.:
Ever since I read my first books on yoga and self-hypnosis at the age of nine, I’ve been involved in spiritual studies and occultism in the broadest sense. The “winds of dharma” had certainly chosen a convoluted path for me. In time, my palette of ...
Date: 1969-12-31 By: Lyam Thomas Christopher
For decades now, scholars have been debunking the tenets of Christianity. The movie The Da Vinci Code dramatizes some of their findings, revealing how the church fabricated its own lineage in order to remake itself into a holy, governmental ...
Date: 2005-01-01 By: Donald Tyson
The most famous book that never existed is the Necronomicon. It is said that those who study its contents go mad from the sheer monstrosity of its truths, for it reveals aspects of our world with which the human mind is not equipped to cope. The ...
Date: 2013-07-22 By: Donald Tyson
Throughout history, Western magic has been viewed with extreme ambivalence: at the same time accepted and dismissed, even by those who practiced it. Why is this? Could it have something to do with the very essence of magic itself? Donald Tyson, occultist and author of Serpent of Wisdom, explains why his new book thoroughly illuminates magic, its history, and its practice.
Date: 2002-07-01 By: Edain McCoy
Multiply the power! Here’s the only book about magick for covens. While there are numerous books about creating rituals for group use, and others on how to form, organize, and operate covens, this is the first to discuss working magic in a group of ...