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    Book Review – A Tea Witch’s Grimoire: Magical Recipes for Your Teatime by S. M. Harlow

    Book Review A Tea Witch’s Grimoire: Magical Recipes for Your Teatime by S. M. Harlow Self-Published 69 pages Publication date: July 25, 2021     What is a tea witch? Let’s check out A Tea Witch’s Grimoire: Magical Recipes for your Teatime by S.M. Harlow to find out more! This Grimoire has a few paragraphs about what it means to the author, and she paints a picture of a cottage with an herb garden, with the tea witch inviting you in for a cup of tea. On the table is a steaming tea kettle waiting to be poured. The old dusty cupboard is full of teas, elixirs, and potions. “Ring…

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    Book Review – Empowering Practices for the Highly Sensitive: An Experiential Guide to Working with Subtle Energies by Bertold Keinar

    Book Review Empowering Practices for the Highly Sensitive: An Experiential Guide to Working with Subtle Energies by Bertold Keinar Publisher: Findhorn Press 176 Pages Publication Date: July 5, 2022     This book is what many empathic people have been needing. It explores our connection to the universe and helps us to find our place in it. If you are a sensitive, you may have viewed that gift as a burden because you can indeed take on the weight of the world. Empowering Practices for the Highly Sensitive will give you insight into your gift. It will also give you a toolbox of exercises you will have at your disposal…

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    Book Review – Acts of Power: Daily Teachings for Inspired Living by Lynn V. Andrews

    Book Review Acts of Power: Daily Teachings for Inspired Living by Lynn V. Andrews Publisher: Beyond Words 402 Pages Publication Date: January 2022     In Acts of Power Lynn Andrews offers a year’s worth of wisdom and inspiration distilled from all her books. There is a short passage on each page, one for each day. Every month comprises a chapter. Some of these messages are her words, others are those of the shaman women with whom she studied on three continents. All are attributed to the individual and the book in which the quote appears. They offer daily thoughts, prayers, and guidance that empower, teach, and comfort. I have…

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    Worth the Witch Unboxes ‘Two Witches Whimsy’

    ‘Two Witches Whimsy’     This month’s Subscription Box we are Unboxing is from Two Witches Whimsy. Currently they have two boxes available on cratejoy: The Whimsy Box! – Vegan & The Whimsy Box – Omnivore.   They both start at $25 a month for a 1 month trial or $23.33 for a 3-6 month subscription. Those prices includes the shipping within the USA. They do charge some for shipping outside of the United States. That is a reasonable request from them, as shipping has become quite expensive.   Arrival!!     I love the arrival of a new Subscription Box!!! I get so excited! When the box arrives in…

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    Book Review – The Warrior’s Meditation by Richard L. Haight

    Book Review The Warrior’s Meditation by Richard L. Haight Published by Shinkaikan Body, Mind, Spirit LLC 198 Pages Published: December 2021     “To get a picture of the Warrior’s Meditation, imagine a battlefield scenario with a single Samurai stands surrounded by multiple opponents. A novice’s attention would jump from opponent to opponent in an anxious attempt to defend himself. Such a strategy soon tires the warrior, who will be defeated. An expert warrior will spread his attention evenly in all directions but still experience anxiety as he mentally plans his strategy. His thought and anxiety may be his downfall if his opponents are truly skilled. A master’s attention, like…

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    Book Review – Confronting the Crisis: Essays and Meditations on Eco-Spirituality by David Sparenberg

    Book Review Confronting the Crisis Essays and Meditations on Eco-Spirituality by David Sparenberg Publisher: Moon Books 112 Pages Publication Date: November 1, 2021     Confronting the Crisis is a small volume of collected essays, meditations and occasional verse by ecosophist, poet and shamanic storyteller David Sparenberg. The subject of the essays range from the nature of humanity’s current relation with nature to the nature of reality itself, but the common thread throughout, weaving in and out of focus, is the looming specter of what Sparenberg calls Earth Crisis. Earth Crisis is the culmination of all the crises that we are currently facing: climate change, environmental disasters such as ubiquitous…

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    Book Review – Consorting with Spirits: Your Guide to Working with Invisible Allies by Jason Miller

    Book Review Consorting with Spirits: Your Guide to Working with Invisible Allies by Jason Miller Published by Weiser Books 240 pages Publication date: May 1, 2022     I’ve been a student of Jason Miller’s Sorcery of Hekate course over the last few years, and have already read his Protection and Reversal Magic; The Sorcerer’s Secrets; Sex, Sorcery, and Magic; and The Elements of Spellcrafting, so it should come as no surprise that I was pretty excited to receive his latest book, Consorting with Spirits. If you’re familiar with his other work then you’re probably already familiar with some of the content of this book, as much of his written…

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    Book Review – The Modern Art of Brujeria: A Beginner’s Guide to Spellcraft, Medicine Making, and Other Traditions of the Global South by Lou Florez

    Book Review The Modern Art of Brujeria A Beginner’s Guide to Spellcraft, Medicine Making, and Other Traditions of the Global South by Lou Florez Publisher: Ulysses Press 192 Pages Publication Date: May 31, 2022     I like how he writes. Before I took the book review, I had read the ‘look inside’ portion available at Amazon and I liked what I saw. You will find inspiration here from Latin American and Afro-Caribbean regions written in a very readable style. There are tips for ancestral communication, instruction for spiritual cleansing, various types of candle magic, and oh so much more! Lou Florez is not a beginner. He has studied with…

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    Book Review – Pagan Portals: Aos Sidhe- Meeting the Irish Fair Folk by Morgan Daimler

    Book Review Pagan Portals: Aos Sidhe Meeting the Irish Fair Folk by Morgan Daimler Publisher: Moon Books 104 Pages Publication Date: August 1, 2022     The Pagan Portals range from Moon Books is a popular and wide range of introductions to various topics connected to Paganism. Morgan Daimler’s latest instalment in this series explores the Aos Sidhe – who they are, how they fit into folklore and mythology, plus the many different beings that can be classed as Aos Sidhe. For those that don’t know, Aos Sidhe are the “folk of the fairy mounds,” Irish beings often called fairies, the Fae, or more cautiously and safely, the Good Neighbours.…

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    Book Review – Becoming the Witch: The Art of Magick by Danae Moon Thorp

    Book Review Becoming the Witch: The Art of Magick by Danae Moon Thorp Published by Llewellyn 408 Pages Published: September 2021   “Becoming the Witch leads you from the origins of Witchcraft to the secrets of sacred thinking and beyond. In a distinct, almost lyrical tone, Danae Moon Thorp teaches you what every beginner must know when starting on the Witch’s path, including the elements, spells, tools, deities, rituals, and more…” Becoming the Witch: The Art of Magick by Danae Moon Thorp is separated into nineteen (19) chapters replete with dozens of spells, an Appendix of Correspondences and a bibliography containing enough reading recommendations to keep a new witch quite…