Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Shelley A. Kaehr, PhD, author of Meet Your Karma, Past Lives with Pets, and the new Heal Your Ancestors to Heal Your Life.
These days, we can all use all the healing, light, and prayers we can get. One process I love to do to help those around me is to go within my mind to send healing light to my loved ones. In my latest book, Heal Your Ancestors to Heal Your Life, I discuss a process called Genealogical Regression. Instead of visiting our own past lives to get healing for ourselves, you can take the guided journeys in the book and time travel back to events that happened to your ancestors. Once you locate the event in need of healing, you
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Cory Thomas Hutcheson, author of the new New World Witchery.
For those who take an interest in North American folk magic, it is impossible to learn for long without realizing very quickly just how much all of American folk magic owes to its legacy of Black practitioners. This includes not just the practice of the African American folk magical system commonly called "Hoodoo," but also the broader history of magic in America as well. Folk magic is largely alive and well because of the contributions of Black Americans, and yet I often see that while people recognize the presence of Black practices, they sometimes don't know much about historical
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Michael Furie, author of Supermarket Magic, Spellcasting for Beginners, Spellcasting: Beyond the Basics, and the new Witch's Book of Potions.
Though a bubbling cauldron filled with herbs and liquid releasing fragrant steam into the air is a potent stereotype of witchcraft, it does not seem to be a large part of modern practice. The cauldron, while still a valued magical implement of a great many witches, has shifted from being a practical cooking pot and potion-brewing vessel to more symbolic uses. Acting as a censer, fire pit, or spell receptacle are all perfectly appropriate and powerful functions of a witch's cauldron; I'm not speaking
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Pamela Chen, author of the new Witchling Academy Tarot and the forthcoming Owl Tarot.
Magic is bringing your thoughts and intentions into reality with focused energy, and tarot is the perfect tool for magical practices, because it is filled with an enormous amount of symbology that can be used to represent your intentions. Here are three ways that you can use tarot for everyday magic.
Using tarot on your altar can help you both create and focus on the energy you desire to bring into the sacred space. For example, when I create an abundance altar, I like to incorporate the Nine of Pentacles as the centerpiece of my altar for my