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The Holy Wild by Danielle Dulsky is a revolutionary guide for feminine empowerment that offers a paradigm shift in the history of witchcraft.
Beltane is a time of celebration: Fertility, fairies, frolicking and friends, when the Veil between the realms is at its thinnest.
A book about consciously living and consciously dying, Reimagining Death by Lucinda Herring is something I will draw on for years.
Facing down the barrel of global environmental collapse, we inevitably feel the pressure of figuring out how...
James Endredy shares his wisdom of shamanic practice in Advanced Shamanism.
Sacred Earth Oracle Cards by Toni Carmine Salerno, Leela J Williams, and Helena Nelson-Reed are boundless in feeling and unique in meaning.
How can we strengthen and deepen our connection to nature outside the cliched notion of "getting away from it all"? Is nature the sole domain of forest, jungle, or ocean, or does it also encompass the sometimes alienating environments of city and suburbia? I contend that establishing a true and lasting connection to nature begins exactly where you are. Our bodies and our homes are ecosystems unto themselves. The micro reflects the macro, and so we may begin the flirtation with Mother Nature by looking inwards.
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.
Scrying is a combination of divination and meditation that utilizes shiny surfaces in order to gain insight into the movements of the world.
Learning more about African pantheons can seem difficult, here is a primer to build basic information for curious people who are just starting.
The gender binary in sacred space is used as a way to represent the duality of nature but it can push people away. It's time we moved past it.
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.
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