Raven Grimassi recently uploaded a YouTube video in which he explains some of the concepts behind his book, The Cauldron of Memory: Retrieving Ancestral Wisdom & Knowledge.
This book is a particular favorite of mine, because as I like to say – we all have dead people! Rather than focusing on Wicca or Italian witchcraft as he has done in many of his previous books, Grimassi really branched out with this book, writing for a wider audience of Pagans. You don’t need to be a Wiccan to read and benefit from this book – you just have to be open to the idea of contacting and communing with your ancestors, whose blood runs through your own veins. The book illustrates how
On Facebook I belong to a fun tarot group called Tarotholics Anonymous. The other day Tiffany Crosara shared an exercise that her friend Patricia Finney taught her.
It is very simple:
Draw a card in the morning, but don't look at it, put it away. At the end of the day, note any interesting events and guess which card it might have been - then see if you were right.
This is a great way to exercise your intuition and, if you are so inclined, your prediction skills.
What are some ways you use the Card A Day practice?