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For many aspiring Witches, the path from novice to adept practitioner can be unclear. You can read all the books you like - and you definitely should! - but putting your new knowledge into action on a regular basis isn’t always so easy.
Wicca: Living a Magical Life by best-selling author Lisa Chamberlain was created for new and aspiring Witches who want more insight and ideas for making the transition into full-fledged Witchdom. It can definitely be used as part of your study as you make your way toward initiation/self-dedication, and even includes a step-by-step ritual you can perform when (and if) you feel the time is right. But the information here is valuable whether or not you choose a formal entrance into the Craft.
Whether you’re just beginning to learn about Witchcraft, have been “dabbling” for some time without quite finding a solid footing, or want to solidify your relationship with the Craft through a formal ritual, you’ll find something in this guide to aid you on your way. In addition to the practical information on initiation, you’ll find plenty of insights and advice, including:
Navigating common potential obstacles to stepping fully and decisively onto your spiritual path
Leaving behind old, conflicting belief systems that may have more of a hold on you than you realize
Spell work for helping you stay in touch with your magical perspective
Picking up on messaging from your invisible spirit guidance system, including animal symbolism, visual patterns in nature, and messages from numbers
Developing practices that strengthen and grow your sixth-sense connection to the universe
So, if you’re ready to take your spiritual practice to the next level, listen to this audiobook!
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By Average Joe on 02-13-17
Good book, weird narrator
The information in the book is phenomenal!
It's just that the narrator kept reading 'rationalist' as 'Racialist.'
racialist - a person with a prejudiced belief that one race is superior to others
a person who bases their opinions and actions on reason and knowledge rather than on religious belief or emotional response.
Listening to almost a half an hour about Atheistic Witches who don't practice deity work, who are science minded and want "proof in their pudding" being called Racialist Wiccans
Over and over
Was rather disturbing.
I feel bad whenever the author hears this narrative.
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