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Date: 2012-06-04 By: Ginny Brock
Fear is the most fearful of all things, and it, in itself, is an illusion. The fear of death is one of its greatest cultivations. Death can freak you out totally. And unless you think about it, take it apart molecule by molecule, and begin to figure it out, it will continue to paralyze you. What does it take to conquer the fear of death? For Ginny Brock, author of By Morning's Light, it was meeting her recently-deceased son in spirit...and realizing just what was beyond.
Date: 2012-05-21 By: Lisa Rogers
Most of us enjoy a good bone-tingling scare. As a whole, we spend millions of dollars each year trying to satisfy our darker side. We like our horror movies, can’t wait to get on death-defying rides, and we spend countless hours reading the latest thrillers. But what about real paranormal encounters? Could they be more commonplace than we tend to think? Lisa Rogers, author of On Haunted Ground, poses the theory that, for better or worse, we all may be a little more haunted than we think.
Date: 2016-01-11 By: Lupa
Most people who work with animal totems and other animal spirits don't do much with their plant, fungus, and other counterparts. There's nothing wrong with being a specialist; but, sometimes we get so tunnel-visioned on our fellow animals that we forget there's anything else out there. How can we re-connect with our full ecosystem, both locally and globally? Lupa, author of the new Nature Spirituality from the Ground Up, explains.
Date: 2012-05-07 By: Barbara Moore
While many of us are attracted to Steampunk because of the aesthetic, can a Steampunk-themed tarot deck be more than simply a novelty? Barbara Moore, tarot expert and creator of the Steampunk Tarot, answers this question, and explains just how the Steampunk genre parallels the journeys of the tarot.
Date: 2012-05-28 By: Patricia Monaghan
Many people would like to invite fairies into their garden, not knowing that they may well already be there. Patricia Monaghan, a gardener, Pagan, Irish-American, and author of Magical Gardens, discusses ways these mischievous beings can be invited into the garden—or thanked if already there.
Date: 2012-05-14 By: Marcus Katz & Tali Goodwin
How does one learn Tarot? While there are indeed many methods, Marcus Katz and Tali Goodwin (authors of Around the Tarot in 78 Days) propose radical methods that remove preconceived notions and fears, making learning the tarot easy, intuitive, and fun.
Date: 2012-04-24 By: Bernie Ashman
Date: 2012-06-18 By: Rev Mark Townsend
For over a decade, Mark Townsend was a priest in the Church of England. In 2007, his path both literally and figuratively changed, and he found himself a member of the Order of Bards, Ovates, and Druids. But how to reconcile the Jesus of his old religion with the deities of the new one? Here Mark, author of Jesus Through Pagan Eyes, discusses a new way for Pagans and Christians alike to view Jesus.
Date: 2012-07-30 By: Melanie Barnum
Have you ever experienced an "Aha!" moment or wondered why it feels like you just know something without knowing how you know it? Have you ever woken from a dream only to have the events in that dream become reality during your day? Have you ever experienced a sign so strongly it caused you to change your mind or direction? All of these moments you've had are part of the incredible world of psychic symbols and intuition! Melanie Barnum, author of The Book of Psychic Symbols, discusses how easy it is to begin recognizing—and taking advantage of—the psychic symbols in our lives.
Date: 2012-07-02 By: Carl Llewellyn Weschcke
Some people believe that a physical body is all we have in life—others believe, at the least, in something they call a "soul." Some think of the soul as a kind of balloon-like attachment to the physical body, while others think of the body as a kind of "vehicle" for the soul. But how do we define "soul?" Is it the same as "spirit?" And what of "consciousness?" Carl Llewellyn Weschcke, co-author of Astral Projection for Psychic Empowerment, discusses how we are so much more than a physical body, and how we can use these different vehicles of our selves to advance our lives and humanity to become all that we are.