Mind, Body and Spirit Books + New Tarot Card Deck

Welcome to March and as we approach the Spring Equinox, I am pleased to share a round-up of new mind, body, spirit books plus a brand-new Tarot card deck that I look forward to reviewing in the coming weeks. Spruce up your witchy bookshelf and spring clean your magical supplies with these beauties!

The Essential Tarot

A 78-Card Deck with Guidebook

By Chloé Zarka Grinsnir

Taking inspiration from the archetypes of the original tarot decks like the Rider-Waite, the Essential Tarot reimagines them for a new age – powerful, diverse and full of contemporary wisdom.  As depicted by many artists and authors throughout the ages, tarot has become an effective way to understand yourself and others ― and perhaps even look into the future. But a new audience for tarot is being born and its adherents want a new way to see the world – fresh, contemporary, and full of diverse bodies, races, and genders, acknowledging the spiritual and cultural offerings of people around the globe and throughout history. These practitioners need an essential deck that both honours the tradition of tarot that has given power to readers for generations and also gives them insight and hope for the generations to come.

If you want to see a full flip through this entire Tarot deck check out this video:

Click here to buy your Tarot card deck.

Psychic Spellcraft

A Modern-Day Wiccapedia of Divination & Intuition Rituals

By Shawn Robbins and Leanna Greenaway

For this volume in the best-selling Modern-Day Witch series, Shawn Robbins and Leanna Greenaway explore how to harness nature’s magick to tap into your psychic intuition and hone your divination abilities.  They cover everything from sharpening your psychic skills and intuition; ESP training; psychic meditation techniques; astral projection; and connecting with spirits and the cosmos.

Numerous divination methods are covered: tarot; scrying (crystal ball gazing); crystal divination; numerology; palmistry; pendulums; reading tea leaves; lucid dreaming; psychic plant power ― even how to read clouds and candle wax. Included throughout are spells and rituals to help you purposefully utilise your abilities and help enrich your life and the lives of those around you.

Click here to buy the book.

Wicca Candle Magic

A Beginner’s Guide to Candle Spellcraft

By Lisa Chamberlain

Learn to harness the power of candle magic and fire to enhance your spellwork.

Many practitioners of Wicca and paganism use candles to work with fire, a powerful element that plays an important role in many rituals. Bestselling Wiccan author Lisa Chamberlain teaches contemporary witches how to use candles in their everyday magical practice. Readers will find trusted advice on selecting the best candle for their needs, the importance of candle colours, and ways to clear and charge their candles. This approachable guide also includes instructions for exciting spells and magical crafts—dabble with shadow work to repair a strained relationship, cultivate good luck with a weekly spell, and create a collection of magical oils for candle anointing.

Click here to buy the book.

Wicca Year of Magic

From the Wheel of the Year to the Cycles of the Moon, Magic for Every Occasion

By Lisa Chamberlain

Make your year a magical one with this beginner’s guide to the eight Wiccan Sabbats held throughout the year, along with an exploration of lunar magic.

Many Wiccans follow the Wheel of the Year, honouring eight Sabbats, or days of power, and Esbats, ritual occasions usually held at each Full Moon. In this handy guide, bestselling Wiccan author Lisa Chamberlain helps practitioners experience the magic of the turning seasons and the lunar cycle. She explores the spiritual themes of each Sabbat and shares spells aligned with the seasonal and divine energies of each holiday. You’ll find fun ideas for celebrating these magical occasions, whether you’re a solitary practitioner or a coven member. The book also takes an in-depth look at magical timing and the lunar cycle alongside spells you can incorporate into Esbat celebrations.

Click here to buy the book.

The Druid Path

A Modern Tradition of Nature Spirituality

By John Michael Greer

Acclaimed author and Archdruid John Michael Greer provides an in-depth beginner’s guide to Druidry – a modern tradition of nature spirituality with ancient roots in Celtic traditions.

Although we know little about the ancient Druids, their reputation for wisdom and harmony with nature lives on. Today, Druidry is a vibrant, diverse movement with groups and practitioners on every continent but Antarctica. Spiritual rather than religious—more an attitude than an ideology—it can be embraced by people from different faiths and backgrounds. Archdruid John Michael Greer explores the history and basics of Druidry; how to perform Druidic rituals, meditation, and divination; elements of the lifestyle; and advice for placing less of a burden on the Earth. Includes a simple self-initiation ritual for starting on the Druid path, as well as exercises to help you tap into the elements and learn to pay attention to the natural world.

Click here to buy the book.

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