Each month your energy levels wax and wane just as the Moon does, sometimes urging you to start new projects and other times easing you towards quiet and contemplation. Whether the Moon is making you feel adventurous and productive or dreamy and lethargic, you can use its energy to work for you instead of against you.
In this enduring classic, bestselling author D.J. Conway explains how each of the 13 lunar months is directly connected to a different type of seasonal energy flow. With 79 modern Pagan rituals for tapping the Moon's energy and celebrating its phases, you'll improve your physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being when you align yourself with the natural strength of the Moon.
Moon Magick features a treasury of practical lunar magick and lore: —Seasonal recipes, decorations, and crafts —Lunar meditations, spells, and lore —Moon mythology, correspondences, and symbols —Goddesses & Gods and ancient holidays
Praise: "A great book. Moon Magick is a wonderful resource . . . a varied and rich collection of lore, recipes, and activities." —NEW AGE RETAILER
“A wealth of magical material which can easily be incorporated into everyday life.” —CIRCLE NETWORK NEWS
“An excellent resource for all practitioners.” —MAGICAL BLEND
Today is the new moon, a time when many--even witches-- say that magic and meditative activity should be forgone. Instead, bravely travel inward and find what the darkness is hiding from you. Revel in this harvest season and commune with the darkness.
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