Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Gwion Raven, author of The Magick of Food and the new Life Ritualized.
I recently moved. I absolutely love my new home. It's a better fit for my family. The house is a little more spacious than my last place. There are more windows, so subsequently more light. Apart from actual daylight streaming in through the windows and skylights, there's a feeling of lightness. By that, I mean there is an openness, an airiness, and a sense that I can stretch out and breathe here. It's taken some time to feel comfortable, to feel I belong.The house feels welcoming and that's not by accident. I treated the moving process as a sacred rite of passage and, in
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Astrea Taylor, author of Intuitive Witchcraft and the new Air Magic.
Ancient people from all over the world believed the air was full of spirits. A mere gust of wind could contain the spirits of the dead, elemental spirits, nature spirits, the spirits of place, protective spirits, instructive spirits, and trickster spirits. This belief began during the first human mindset—animism, in which everything is alive and intelligent.
When pre-historic people developed Pagan religions, they gave names to the spirits that flew on the wind, as well as characteristics, stories, and a human or animal likeness. People created rituals to interact with
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Clare R. Johnson, PhD, author of Llewellyn's Complete Book of Lucid Dreaming, The Art of Lucid Dreaming, and the new The Art of Transforming Nightmares.
Nightmares can be terrifying, but astonishingly, they can also be opportunities for deep healing and spiritual progression.
There are many swift and practical ways of working with stressful dreams or nightmares to unwrap any gifts they have for us.
What would you do if you had a nightmare like this one?
In a parking lot, I see an old man with a wrinkled, ghostly white face. He scares me. I sense he is going to rape me. I yell at him to go away. I struggle to say something but no
The Llewellyn Virtual Author Forum is a bi-monthly series of free online roundtable events that feature your favorite Llewellyn authors discussing topics important to you and answering your questions.
Our third in the series, on Love Spells, featured The Book of Candle Magic author Madame Pamita, Good Juju author Najah Lightfoot, 365 Tarot Spells author Sasha Graham, and Psychic Witch author Mat Auryn.
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