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Holy Wild, by Danielle Dulsky
The Holy Wild by Danielle Dulsky is a revolutionary guide for feminine empowerment that offers a paradigm shift in the history of witchcraft.
Mysterious Realities, by Robert Moss
Robert Moss’s latest book Mysterious Realities: A Dream Traveler’s Tale from the Imaginal Realm opened a doorway for further speculation.
Ecstasy of Being, by Joseph Campbell
The Ecstasy of Being is certainly a recommended read for anyone who is a fan of Joseph Campbell’s work, but also for anyone who wishes to understand the connection and interplay of art and spirit.
The Collected Letters of Alan Watts, edited by Joan and Anne...
It is hard to deny the influence Watts' legacy has contributed to expanding the consciousness of western culture. The Collected Letters of Alan Watts provides a lens for the reader to understand Watts as the man he truly was -- a man on a wild, exciting, and spiritual journey through life.
Danielle Dulsky: An interview with a wild woman
When I first walked into Danielle Dulsky’s yoga studio for Wolf-Woman Autumn Camp, I knew I was in for some serious magick. The studio was welcoming and inclusive, with women from all over the country joined together for a day of connecting with the Dark Goddess. We began the day with a sacred cocoa ceremony to invoke Kali. This was followed by a moving meditation with yoga to channel the fury of Lilith, and the day concluded with Danielle leading us through past-life regressions, which to this day have held a marked impact on my psyche.
Activist’s Tao Te Ching, by William Martin
The Activist's Tao Te Ching uses the language of anti-capitalism and anti-consumerism, and deliberately reduces the ambiguity of the original text.
Romance of the Grail, by Joseph Campbell
Romance of the Grail brings together some of Joseph Campbell lectures on Arthurian myths and his previously unpublished master’s thesis.