Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Kate Freuler, author of the new Of Blood and Bones.
Doing shadow work in witchcraft is often thought of as examining your "dark side," which makes it sound far more sinister than it actually is. In truth, shadow work is a natural and integral part of the craft, allowing us to find balance by looking inward at ourselves and honestly assessing what we find. Introspection and self reflection, which make up the bulk of shadow work, help us hone our practice and grow spiritually. In terms of spells and rituals, shadow work can range from dream work and meditation to banishing, binding, or even cursing in order to free ourselves of unwanted
Happy Pride Month! We wanted to take a moment to raise the profiles of our many awe-inspiring and amazing authors and creators that have contributed books and decks in support of the LGBTQIA+ community. We hope you enjoy them and find them helpful.
This past weekend also marked 51 years since the Stonewall Uprising, the symbolic beginning of a movement as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer individuals declared their presence and their rights. Unfortunately, change comes slowly, and the fight is not yet over.
Llewellyn stands with all those working to make lasting and meaningful changes. Our late President and Chairman, Carl Llewellyn Weschcke, believed that everyone should
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Donald Tyson, author of several books, including the new Kinesic Magic.
Why has there never been a yoga of the West? India has its hatha yoga, an ancient system of static physical poses said to maintain health, extend life, and enhance vitality. Another Hindu system called kundalini yoga awakens spiritual centers along the spine and revitalizes both spirit and flesh. In Buddhism, hand gestures are used to control esoteric energies during meditation. China has its tai chi, a discipline of moving poses that flow into one another like a slow-motion dance and channel esoteric energy through the body. In Korea and Japan the martial arts use
At this time, we wanted to raise the profile of our many awe-inspiring and amazing authors and creators that are Black, Indigenous, and People of Color.
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