In a world filled with beginner books, deeper explanations of the Pagan faith are rarely found. Picking up where their critically acclaimed first book Paganism left off, bestselling authors Joyce & River Higginbotham offer intermediate-level instruction with Pagan Spirituality.
Respected members of their communities, the Higginbothams describe how to continue spiritual evolution though magick, communing, energy work, divination, and conscious creation in a pleasant, encouraging tone. Learn how to use journaling, thought development, visualization, and goal-setting to develop magickal techniques and to further cultivate spiritual growth. This book serves to expand the reader's spiritual knowledge base by providing a balanced approach of well-established therapies, extensive personal experience, and question-and-answer sessions that directly involve the reader in their spiritual journey.
As the United States continues to be engagd in not one, but two, wars, Stefani Barner, author of Faith and Magick in the Armed Forces, proposes the question: how should pagans deal with the the topic of war?
Thereís something special about anime and manga. Once they were a form of animation and comic books found almost exclusively in Japan, and now they can be found in households all across the globe. These arenít a bunch of cartoons for little kids, nor are they simple comic books with plentyof pictures and lacking plots. You could say thereís something, well, magickal about them.
If you go to a Pagan festival these days, itís rare not to have some kind of workshop or discussion group on polyamory, the practice of ethical multiple relationships. Itís even more rare not to see some people being public about their poly ...
Has your spirituality evolved over the years? Have your values, worldview, perception of authority and the nature of the Divine varied throughout your life? Have you ever considered how a personís level of development and growth affects their ...
Mabon, of all the Sabbats, does not directly correlate to any known Celtic or Anglo-Saxon holiday. Instead, the harvest that it celebrates honored an entire season of sacred, survival-ensuring work. Mabon's predecessor, Michaelmas, came about as a recognized holy day during harvest season as a means of subverting the Pagan harvest traditions by... read this article