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Date: 2013-09-17 By: Tess Whitehurst
On a Thursday during a waxing moon, choose a freshly washed, attractive pair of pants that feel abundant to you (they don't have to actually be expensive, but it's ideal if they at least look that way) and hang them on a hanger. Light a stick of cinnamon or patchouli incense and safely smudge the pants with the smoke, being careful to catch any
Date: 2013-09-16 By: Clea Danaan
Wouldn't it be lovely to have a place to go each day, where we could slow down, reach out to the Divine, and let the feeling of Spirit fill you? This place does not need to be a physical place; rather, we can create our own by deepening our spiritual practice with daily activities of meditation and inspiration. Clea Danaan, author of Living Earth Devotional, explains why a daily devotional is so powerful in creating a deeper, more spiritually-fulfilled life.
Date: 2013-09-09 By: Barbara Moore
All tarot decks have their own personality and their own strengths. The Tarot of the Hidden Realm, being inspired by the world of the fae, has a flavor all its own. Barbara Moore explains the power and wisdom awaiting users of this new deck.
Date: 2013-09-02 By: Marcus F. Griffin
Is it possible to have so many paranormal experiences in a lifetime that we come to view them as commonplace? Marcus F. Griffin, author of Playing with the Devil, certainly believes so. Here he details his life of experiences "beyond normal explanation."
Date: 2013-08-26 By: Diana Palm
Not all that long ago, people were afraid to approach the topic of ghosts. The popularity of ghost shows on television has changed that perspective, and now people are excited to talk about ghost sightings and other supernatural experiences they have. With the quantity of paranormal occurrences increasing, we need to be cognizant that if a ghost is in our lives, it will need our help in crossing over. Diana Palm, author of Setting Spirits Free, gives us ten reasons we should help ghosts with their healing and journey to the other side.
Date: 2013-08-19 By: Dorothy Guerra
Many women may lean toward natural childbirth even prior to pregnancy. That said, having a natural childbirth requires research, planning, and plenty of moral support. Here, Yoga Birth Method author Dorothy Guerra explains why having a plan is so important to the process of natural birth.
Date: 2013-08-15 By: Sara Wiseman
The road I drive each day cuts through an ancient apple orchard, curving and winding through farmland which has long been let go. It's mostly overgrown now: the once orderly orchards are now a tangle of meadow and new forest. But there are still old apple trees amidst unkempt land—gnarled with age, and growing so close to the road it's almost
Date: 2013-08-12 By: Sandra Tabatha Cicero
Alchemy is considered one of the principle branches of the Western Esoteric Tradition. But while many students are familiar with astrology and the Qabalah, far fewer are acquainted with the basics of alchemy (which is often misrepresented and well-hidden). Chic and Sandra Tabatha Cicero discuss Israel Regardie's The Philosopher's Stone and the powerful message it brings to alchemical seekers.
Date: 2013-08-05 By: Cliff Seruntine
Cliff Seruntine, author of Seasons of the Sacred Earth, and his family live on a homestead called Twa Corbies Hollow, which is back in the northwoods of the Canadian Maritimes. By living in harmony with the Earth and her spirits, the Seruntine family has discovered that Nature is profoundly connected to how we live with her. When we live well with the Earth, she becomes a powerful ally.
Date: 2013-08-01 By: Barbara Moore
Being a tarot reader but finding it difficult to read for yourself is a bit like a cobbler whose children have no shoes. "How can I read for myself?" is a common question from tarot readers. Author and tarot expert Barbara Moore addresses this question and provides several tips to help tarotists read their own cards.