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Rituals for Beginners is a great guide to ritual work that would be useful for not only beginners, but anyone designing their own rituals.
The Book of Ho'oponopono is a good resource for both long time practitioners of the technique and those who are entirely new to it.
The Goddess and the Shaman revolves around the challenge of reconciling magical experience and practice with a culture of scientific materialism.
The San Pedro cactus has been used ceremonially for thousands of years. Ross Heaven describes what can be expected from its use, before, during, and after.
Communing with the Ancestors aims to provide a pathway through which the Ancestors can regain access past the things that have stood in their way.
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.
I legitimately love Sound Healing for Beginners. As a lifelong student of music and sound, I feel like I’ve waited years for this book.
A Cree Healer and His Medicine Bundle provides a first-hand account of Russel Willier's journey, his beliefs, practices, and a record of herb-collecting.
Crystals hold their wisdom on a deep, complex level. Playing with The Crystal Wisdom Healing Oracle reminds me of holding a crystal in my hand
Hopman's Secret Medicines from Your Garden takes the secrecy out of herbal medicine, and makes it accessible and straightforward.
The Rumi Oracle deck is about communing with one's heart and exploring the myriad aspects of love with guidance from Rumi.
The Shamanic Handbook of Sacred Tools and Ceremonies is written by two shamanic practitioners who make it clear they live, love, and understand shamanism.