A walk in the woods makes it easy to understand the awe and reverence our ancestors had for trees. It speaks to something deep and primal within us-something we don't hear as often as we should.
By exploring a variety of mysteries and traditions of trees, Whispers from the Woods helps readers get reacquainted with the natural world and find their place in the earth's rhythm. Covering more than just Celtic Ogham and tree calendars, this book includes meditation, shamanic journeys, feng shui, spellcraft, and ritual. In addition, it has a reference section with detailed information on fifty trees, which includes seasonal information, lore, powers, attributes, and more.
Finalist for the Coalition of Visionary Resources Award for Best Wiccan/Pagan Book
ADDITIONAL TITLES BY THIS AUTHOR
Star Magic The Wisdom of the Constellations for Pagans & Wiccans
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