Looks like I forgot to tell people about the June update . . . so this is for two updates!
Summer is the perfect time to kick back with a cold glass of your favorite drink, and a good book. We have some great ones to recommend this month!
Inside-Out Healing: Transforming Your Life Through the Power of Presence
Practical Protection Magick: Guarding and Reclaiming Your Power
Dancing with Spirits: Festivals & Folklore of Japan
FullTrui : Patrons in Ásatrú
Soulistry: Artistry of the Soul: Creative Ways to Nurture Your Spirituality
Witches, Midwives and Nurses: A History of Women Healers
The Herbal Alchemist’s Handbook: A Grimoire of Philtres, Elixirs, Oils, Incense, and Formulas for Ritual Use
Runecaster’s Handbook: The Well of Wyrd
Fourth Uncle in the Mountain: The Remarkable Legacy of a Buddhist Itinerant Doctor in Vietnam
Animal, Vegetable, Miracle: A Year of Food Life
We have an interview with the remarkable Sara Avant Stover, as well as another excerpt (The Power of Silence) from her book The Way of the Happy Woman.
We also have two excerpts from Sanaya Roman’s Living with Joy:
Self-Respect, Self-Esteem, and Self-Worth
Opening to Receive
In June, we offered:
Dreamlines: A Guided Journey through the Landscape of Dreams
Skin Spirits: The Spiritual and Magical Uses of Animal Parts
The Faeries Guide to Green Magick from the Garden
Slow Sex: The Path to Fulfilling & Susatinable Sexuality
Mastering Creative Anxiety: 24 Lessons for Writers, Painters, Musicians & Actors
Mean Streets Witchcraft
The Big Little Book of Magick
The Witch’s Heart: The Magick of Perfect Love and Perfect Trust
Wall Street & Witchcraft
Moonrise: the power of women leading from the heart
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