Woo-hoo! Another new book has hit the Llewellyn warehouse and my desk! It’s a new and super-useful book chock full of spells (and cats) by Deborah Blake, Everyday Witch A to Z Spellbook: Wonderfully Witchy Blessings, Charms & Spells. As indicated by the title, spells are arranged alphabetically and cover the gamut from Abstinence to Zzzzz’s. (Interesting how both of those are about sleeping through the night… hee hee.)
I thought I’d share a spell with you today, so I chose the spell for flying, since I’ll be flying to St. Louis tomorrow to attend the St. Louis Pagan Picnic with another wonderful author, Ellen Dugan. (More on her in just a bit.) Check out who’s presenting!
I really don't like shaving, but I like the feeling of a smooth face, so I do it. I've tried about every shaver, manual and electric. They each seem to do a good job in certain areas and have problems with others.
In a nearby shopping mall there is a store just for shaving products, including their own. I love their sandalwood shaving cream in a jar. It's expensive, but it lasts about 15-20 times longer than cans of cream or gel and works better for me (it's better for the environment, too). Recently, I stopped in to pick up a new tube of shaving cream for when I travel.
They had on display a new multi-bladed razor that was about to come out. I asked about it and they told me its
Tarotist Tierney Sadler suggests that I write about how our own situations may or may not affect the readings we give. For example, if we suspect we are projecting our own current life situation on the interpretation of reading, does that make the reading any less true for the querent?
I think there is a danger of projecting, of course. And I think it can be a danger. I think that even if a querent has the same problem, issue, challenge, or question that we have, the answer may or may not be the same. So if we let our own seeking seep into our readings for our clients, we could be giving them answers that are right for us but not necessarily right for them.
To avoid this situation, I