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If you read tarot and have children in your life, chances are they are super curious about the cards.
You can be sure that a romp through Natalie Zaman’s literary world will always be delightful. Color and Conjure continues the tradition, with a colouring book full of lively writing and useful spell work.
I love manga and anime so I was excited to get my hands on the Mystical Manga Tarot illustrated by Rann with text by Barbara Moore. What I found was a densely illustrated, sweet deck that was perfect for beginners and quick readings.
Bringing the Tarot to Life provides a fun and unique way to explore Tarot cards and forces us to step outside of just viewing them from a more intellectual perspective.
Love and making love are deep mysteries, as is spirituality, and the intersection of these experiences of Margot Anand’s life begins her memoir, Love, Sex, and Awakening.
Newcomers will love Magical Power For Beginners, and experienced magicians are likely to find something here also -- it’s just a concise and commonsense guide to magick.
I wish I had a notebook like Lucy Cavendish’s Book of Shadows and Light when I first got into collecting spells and journalling.
The Yoga Way to Radiance by Shakta Khalsa shares how incorporating yoga into raising and interacting with children can help improve their lives.
With the coming of winter and the lengthen of the night, many cultures and practices believe that the veil, the wall between our world...
Angels of the Zodiac would have come across better had it presented itself as a book of visualizations to work through psychological blockages.
The Intuitive Dance is a go-to guide for learning unique energy management techniques to facilitate healing and develop intuition.
In The Magic of Trees, Tess Whitehurst has provided “a guide to their sacred wisdom and metaphysical properties,” one that we can use to begin exploring their mundane and spiritual gifts.