“This is THE BEST book I have ever read on the subject.” —Silver RavenWolf, author of To Ride a Silver Broomstick
The astral realms are a source of unlimited power for working magick, contacting guides, visiting past lives, even healing yourself and others. In this remarkable volume, popular author D.J. Conway shows in clear and accessible terms how astral projection can be cultivated to enhance both your spiritual and daily life.
Astral travel is already part of your psychic makeup—you do it every night in your dreams. The key is learning to remember and consciously direct your astral travels. This complete how-to guidebook on astral projection includes historical lore, a foundation of astral realm basics, and a simplified learning process to get you “off the ground.” You’ll learn easy exercises to strengthen your astral abilities as well as a variety of advanced techniques—including bilocation and time travel.
A Witch’s Travel Guide to Astral Realms (the eagerly awaited, newly updated re-issue of Conway’s Flying Without a Broom) far exceeds the scope of most books on astral projection. From tips on visiting with a wizard to finding the hall of a thousand doors, D.J. Conway makes this powerful practice accessible to you—no broom required!
The stories of Tolkien and Rowling (and the subsequent movies based upon them) have enchanted the idea of a magic wand for many of us. But exactly how does one make a magical wand, imbuing it with the proper energy? Alferian Gwydion MacLir, author of Wandlore: The Art of Crafting the Ultimate Magical Tool, discusses the art of crafting a powerful magical wand.
For this exercise you will need: Fifteen to thirty minutes, ideally early in the morning when there are few people around In this exercise, you will learn to recognize the energy of the earth itself. To do so, you must get outside. Your backyard will do, if you have one. Urban witches may need to visit a local park or hiking trail. Take five to ten minutes and simply walk around the area. Listen...
Sarah is creating a healing pouch to give to a friend who has been ill with a respiratory infection as of late. In the tiny, blue, cotton drawstring bag she crumbles some dried cedar bark she took off a nearby tree and shiitake mushrooms from the store, along with a few chips of amethyst bought at the local New Age shop. She then gives this to her... read this article