Making Light: Blessed by Less by Susan Vogt (Review)

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All in all, I enjoyed this book and feel a renewed commitment to clearing out the physical, emotional, and spiritual clutter. As Vogt describes, “The spiritual paradox is that the less tightly I cling to my stuff, my way, and my concerns, the happier and more blessed I feel. Once I have enough, less is more.” [Read more...]

The Busy Witch: ISIS MAGIC by M. Isidora Forrest (Review)

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Weaving the historical context with spells, rituals, and her own deep experiences, Forrest’s updated volume is a wonderful addition to any magical library. New seekers of Isis, long-time worshipers, and those with an interest in the diverse pantheons of the ancient world will each find something of value in ISIS MAGIC. [Read more...]

The Busy Witch: Reviewing SEEKING THE MYSTERY by Christine Hoff Kraemer

Seeking the Mystery: An Introduction to Pagan Theologies

SEEKING THE MYSTERY is an excellent jumping off point for intelligent interfaith dialogue outside of the Pagan community. Kraemer’s straightforward writing style, coupled with extensive research and a wide range of perspectives, creates an accessible text for anyone with an interest in modern religious practice. [Read more...]

The Busy Witch: Reviewing MAKE MAGIC OF YOUR LIFE by T. Thorn Coyle

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Whether you are feeling blocked like I was, or you are simply seeking a way to know yourself better, this is book is an excellent place to start. Read it slowly, savoring the information and exercises, and don’t be surprised if you find yourself transformed by the time you reach the last page. Coyle has, once again, produced a piece of soul-work that will nourish others, and I am so thankful this book came across my path this month. It was exactly what I didn’t know I needed, and those kinds of unexpected blessings can bring the most bliss! [Read more...]

Astrology Book Review: The Moon’s Nodes

The Moon's Nodes by Agneta Borstein

Borstein’s insights into human relationships and the growing pains of the soul come straight from the Vedic (Hindu) astrological tradition, where gods, goddesses and demons figure as nature forces in the form of planets and points that take an active role in our lives. [Read more...]