Pagan author Deborah Lipp is back with her new book—on the tarot! In this interview, discover her motivation to write the new Tarot Interactions, along with why reading the cards with intuition is so important.
Ellen Dugan, well-known author of over fifteen books on Paganism and Witchcraft, is back with her new book, a non-denominational guide to psychic development. Why the new topic? And what does she hope readers gain from it? Ellen Dugan discusses her new book, The Natural Psychic.
Marcus Katz and Tali Goodwin have just published their fourth book in three years—Secrets of the Waite-Smith Tarot. Here, they discuss the "secrets" revealed, unraveling the mysteries of the famous deck.
Popular author and Witch Deborah Blake is back with her new book, Everyday Witchcraft, a sort of follow-up to The Goddess Is in the Details, which focuses on bringing spirituality back into our busy, daily lives. Here she discusses how just five minutes a day—and perhaps a piece of chocolate—can renew our mental, physical, and emotional batteries.
We all have that nagging, inner voice that tells us what we can and cannot do, what we should be and have, and prevents us from fully living lives of happiness. How can we quiet this negative inner voice and move toward peaceful, happy, balanced lives? Della Temple, author of Tame Your Inner Critic, explains.
Bestselling author Guy Finley's new book, The Secret of Your Immortal Self, presents a path for readers to achieve union with their immortal self. Here, he defines this "immortal self" and why it is so vital to our happiness, self-liberation, and divinity.
Medium Patrick Mathews and his sister Kathleen have written a new book, Everlasting Love, which presents stories and case studies meant to illustrate that even death cannot break the bonds of love. Here, they discuss the new book, their intuitive gifts, and how they hope their readers continue to interact with their loved ones in spirit.
The new book Yoga and Body Image features twenty-five essays about yoga's transformative power, written by well-known yogis (including Alanis Morissette, Seane Corn, Bryan Kest, and twenty-two others). Here, the book's collaborators Melanie Klein and Anna Guest-Jelley talk about why the book—and yoga itself—is so powerful.