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Lilith will not be tamed. Those who seek to make contact with her will inevitably encounter one of her many children first.
Magical practice need not be something that requires the regalia of high ceremonial magick. We do not need to don floor-length robes and lay...
Beginning Llewellyn's Complete Book of Lucid Dreaming is a journey in and of itself. I like the view that we can become wide-awake dream magicians by working magick through our lives and those of others. I recommend this book for anyone wanting to learn how to lucid dream or for those wanting to better their skills.
In The Dreamlife of Families, Bynum has found the balance between rigorously tested scientific literature on the physical dreaming process and the deeper spiritual content and meaning of the dreams, and how this plays out in unexplainable synchronicities in waking life.
It’s summer time, and for many families that means their young ones will be home. Here are a few witchy summer activities to keep them occupied.
Whether or not you are Buddhist, if you’re interested in exploring your mind and your dreams, Dream Yoga is an excellent book to work with
Dreaming the Divine by Scott Cunningham is a multilayered work that offers a thorough introduction to the practices associated with sacred sleep.
The Big Book of Practical Spells is focused on incorporating herbs, animals, and other natural elements into earth magick rituals, and will likely be of interest to practitioners aiming to reclaim kitchen witch traditions.
Fairycraft provides an introduction to what are, in essence, generalized forms of Morgan Daimler’s personal practices when it comes to fairy witchcraft.
Dreams at the Threshold goes a long way toward building trust in ourselves as dreaming beings who recognize that dreams contain important messages.
The gratification that comes along with creating a magical journal is reward in and of itself.
The authors explain in simple terms how to manage, interpret, and even shape your dreams.
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