Seekers and Guides: A Few Books that I Think Every Witch Should Read (Part Two)

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Sable Aradia continues her list of books that she believes every Witch should read, with a few honorable mentions. [Read more...]

The Zen Pagan: Wild Naked Pagans

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In other words, we must get wild with our spirituality, untamed and direct. It seems to me that this is why the Neopagan movement exists in the first place, a reaction to the inability of “civilized” religion to deal with the circumstances in which humanity finds itself. [Read more...]

Seekers and Guides: A Few Books that I Think Every Witch Should Read

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One of the most common questions a teacher of the Craft will be asked is, “What books should I read?” Sable Aradia has a few suggestions. [Read more...]

Seekers and Guides: Auntie Sable’s Practical Tips for Sexy Pagans

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Sable Aradia concludes her series on sex magick and sacred sexuality with some practical advice for those who wish to practice. [Read more...]

The Zen Pagan: Martial Arts as Magical Practice

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The martial arts are magic — they use imagination to raise and direct psychological energy to alter consciousness and produce external or internal change. Those looking to understand magical practice might want to look to the example the arts provide, and those involved in martial arts training may want to look at magic for ideas to deepen their training.
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Socially Responsible Magic: Putting Your Money Where Your Mouth Is

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How can donating money to a cause be integrated into a spiritual practice? Taylor Ellwood shares how he combines meditation and donation as a form of sacrifice into his devotions to a particular animal spirit. [Read more...]

The Zen Pagan: The Quiet Side of Magic

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It seems to me that to be a great magician is to be able to sit quietly when it is time to sit, and to be able to act boldly when it is time to act; to be able to listen and to speak, to see and to do — and to know when the time is right for each. [Read more...]


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