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Date: 2014-06-09 By: Lupa
In our daily and spiritual lives, we often neglect the plants and fungi around us—uprooting carrots and radishes for food, destroying the reproductive organs of flowers for bouquets, and deliberately stunting the bushes in our lawns. It is possible, however, to provide these plants with the respect and honor they deserve. Lupa, author of the new Plant and Fungus Totems, presents five ways we can honor our plant and fungi friends while still interacting with them.
Date: 2014-06-02 By: Melissa Grabau PhD
A good yoga class feeds both our bodies and our minds, and carries over into our everyday life. What might yoga practice have to teach us about our relationship to food and our bodies? Melissa Grabau, PhD, author of The Yoga of Food, explains.
Date: 2014-06-30 By: Jean-Louis de Biasi
For centuries, the ancient Western Mysteries have been transmitted through rituals called initiations. What are magical initiations? Do we necessarily need to be part of a magical order to be initiated? Jean-Louis de Biasi, author of the new Rediscover the Magick of the Gods and Goddesses, explains.
Date: 2014-07-21 By: Gregory Peters
In western ceremonial magick, there is often a tendency to view a magickal operation as something that is at odds with the natural order of the universe. The special robe, the implements, the prayers and orations and conjurations…all of this and more has the effect of isolating the individual from the rest of the universe. Is there a way to change this mindset and re-integrate ourselves to the natural world—and perhaps make our magick more powerful in the process? Gregory Peters, author of the new Magickal Union of the East and West, explains.
Date: 2014-07-14 By: Alexandra Chauran
Casting a circle is a practice that makes use of the life force energy that pervades all things, which is often thought to be the mechanism through which visions are delivered. Alexandra Chauran, author of the new Clairvoyance for Beginners, provides simple instructions for casting a circle to aid in your clairvoyant readings.
Date: 2014-08-18 By: Stacey Graham
Is that clown doll looking at you funny? It may very well be. Haunted objects are more common than you think—and it might be wise to think twice before picking up objects from antique sales or flea markets. Here, Haunted Stuff author Stacey Graham details ten such haunted—and utterly creepy—objects with hidden pasts.
Date: 2014-07-07 By: William L. Mikulas PhD
Throughout recorded history, and all around the planet, people have reported touching and dwelling in an enlightened state of consciousness. This very high state goes under many names, including "enlightenment." But what do we actually know about this state? William L. Mikulas, PhD, author of Taming the Drunken Monkey discusses six things we know about enlightenment.
Date: 2014-07-08 By: Bruce Scofield
Date: 2014-09-15 By: Barbara Moore
Llewellyn's Classic Tarot is a faithful yet new expression of timeless tarot imagery that is destined to become both a classic and a favorite of both beginner and seasoned tarot readers. Why was the deck created? Book author and tarot expert Barbara Moore explains.
Date: 2014-08-25 By: Barbara Moore
As readers, we are often asked for clarification about a situation. This technique and spread can help provide that clarification, if there is more than one person involved. Tarot expert Barbara Moore presents the Group Dynamics Spread, intended to to aid in understanding the other person (or people) involved so that the querent can develop the best plan to improve the situation or help progress a goal.