"Four Seasons of Mojo" opened my eyes and spirit to some seasonal
traditions that I hadn't heard of and some that I was in need of
remembering. The variety of cultures that Stephanie touches on inspired me to expand my use of ceremony and broaden the diversity of how I honor myself, others, the earth, and the infinite creative energy.
Stephanie includes a list of very useful resources making ingredients and supplies accessible, and all the rituals and recipes in this book possible. It is springtime now and I am immersing myself in this particular section. I'm collecting the ingredients needed for the "Essence of Hara Ke" a potpourri recipe that is made to engage the rain goddess and inspire creativity, new beginnings and fertility. "Four Seasons of Mojo" also reminded me of the beauty of my friend and ally, Sweetgrass. I have been filling my home with the rich, sweet scent of this grass connected with the Lakota creation goddess Wohpe.
I have really enjoyed reading this book and will be referring back to it as the seasons progress throughout the year. I would highly recommend this book to anyone wanting to deepen their spirituality by adding magic and mojo from ancient cultures and practices. The seasons are mystical and powerful - be willing to access this transformative energy and it will change your life!
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