Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Trish O'Sullivan, author of the new Chakra Wisdom.
As the title indicates, my book, Chakra Wisdom: Healing the Mind of Negative Thoughts, Feelings and Beliefs with Yoga, Meditation and the Traya Process, focuses primarily on the impact the subtle body chakras have on our emotional well-being. The chakras also affect our physical health. Using the example of the common cold to which we can all relate (as virtually no one lives untouched by it), we can clearly see the mind/body connection.
If a map of the chakras in the subtle body were overlaid on the physical body it would match the "map" of the endocrine system. That is, each chakra is in
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Daniel Moler, author of the new Shamanic Qabalah.
Since I was young, I have always wanted to be an explorer, to travel the outer reaches of space into uncharted territory. Over time, the mysteries of the cosmos grew deeper the more I learned about the way the material universe works. There seemed to be unseen forces at work that I wanted to understand.
I was soon to learn that the ancients were not naïve about these invisible forces, but highly understood and even knew how to harness them. Shamanism is one of the oldest spiritual modalities on the planet for understanding the invisible forces of the universe that surround us. Most all
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Richard Estep, author of Trail of Terror.
It takes a lot to make an agnostic call in a Catholic priest to cleanse his home. Yet that is exactly what happened to me one winter a few years ago.
I have been a paranormal investigator and author since the mid-Nineties, and thought I'd seen it all. If the truth be told, I'd gotten a little jaded. Most of my peers employed some sort of "psychic protection" ritual, such as envisioning themselves surrounded by a bright white light of spiritual origin, when leaving a supposedly haunted location. I never did, and it was something I would ultimately have cause to regret.
It had been a busy
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Stephanie Rose Bird, author of Sticks, Stones, Roots & Bones, Four Seasons of Mojo, and the new 365 Days of Hoodoo.
When you first encounter my book 365 Days of Hoodoo, you will notice a couple of things beyond its intricate cover—it is thick with pages and it has a good weight to it. Beyond that is the title. The title is a clue to its use. You see, it's designed for daily use over a period of a year.
I am a life-long educator. The idea of this book is in response to many things, one of which is that readers of my first Llewellyn Book, Sticks, Stones, Roots & Bones, desired an apprenticeship. At the moment, I wasn't offering