Faery Initiations

Author: Kisma Reidling
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 9781463457365
Size: 18.58 MB
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The Faery-Faith Tradition is a true living tradition; a modern spiritual pathway that ties into current understandings of life and history, tradition and theology, with roots deeply buried in an ancient past. These things make it a powerful and important spiritual practice for today. Faery Initiations ~ Stone, Sword, Spear & Cauldron contains a wealth of information that will lead you back to your Authentic Self by taking you on a mystical journey into the center of the mystic spiral. Come delve into the backbone of the Irish Celt and the glamoury of the Faery-Faith Tradition and regain knowledge of what was before, but is no longer part of the memory of humankind. Come learn the magic of Faery.

Psychology Of Women

Author: Florence Denmark
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 0275991628
Size: 19.48 MB
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This updated and revised edition of the award-winning 1993 handbook includes historical developments, courses and international aspects, as well as chapters addressing specific topics such as leadership, career, friendship, romance, the menstrual cycle effects, health, mental health, sexual harassment, intimate partner violence, and rape.

Children Of The Stars

Author: Kisma K. Stepanich-Reidling
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 9781434399441
Size: 18.61 MB
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Read the Review! The book is a compilation of short stories about words. Some of the stories are biographical, some are fictional, and some are pure fantasy. The book makes the case that words are more mysterious and impressionistic than their precise definitions would have us believe. They embody experiences from our own lives in their makeup and they, like people, often leave an imprint of the time they came into our memory. Our relationship with them can become uniquely personal and worthy of a story. Some words come and go with the fickle acclaim of pop culture, enjoying their fifteen minutes of fame before being banished to oblivion. Others change through time, reinventing themselves, acquiring different connotations in order to survive and keep their live footing in the dictionary. Because words are inextricably tied to personal experiences, they get equal billing with the persons who misused them and confused them, with the young man whose lips could not utter words of love, with a mother's hopes for her handicapped infant son to say the word mama', with a family's quandary in choosing the words for a tombstone, and with the frustration of travelers needing to know the meaning of a word in a foreign tongue.

Thealogy And Embodiment

Author: Melissa Raphael
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 9780567576040
Size: 14.47 MB
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'Thealogy and Embodiment' both analyses and contributes to spiritural feminism's postmodern construction of the female body as a metaphor and medium of divine generativity. Addressing religious studies and women's studies students and all those interested in contemporary spirituality, Raphael counters reformist feminism's recurrent criticism of goddess feminism as naively essentialist and sub-political. She presents spiritual feminism as a set of religio-political manoeuvres that powerfully resist such patriarchal degradations of female/natural generativity as environmental destruction, weight-reducing diets, and menstrual taboos.

The Last Matriarch

Author: Kisma K. Stepanich-Reidling
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 9781418416522
Size: 15.84 MB
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In this gripping new novel, interspersed with authentic ancient earth rituals and magic, Stepanich-Reidling takes us on an adventure into Land Bann, where priestesses communicate through the art of sounding and the land has been ruled by a succession of Matriarchs. When Lord Mahnet and his men arrive on the shore of Land Bann, life is threatened. When learning of Mahnet’s secret mission -- to enforce a male god upon the people -- Captain Garthe creates anarchy and he and his faction form an alliance with the kinfolk. When the kinfolk learn of the invaders, Priestess Muiranda, the next Matriarch twists fate by desperately seeking help from the Ancient Ones and evoking the dark side of Goddess. Garthe and Muiranda join forces and lead their people into battle against Lord Mahnet, but the damage wrought by Muiranda’s meddling in the supernatural creates chaos. The Ancient Ones withdraw from the world, taking with them the magic of the land. Murder, rape and moral battles ensue. Only Muiranda and Garthe can bring a balance to the land, but Muiranda is lost to the Dark One. Garthe must find a way to reach her before it’s too late.

Shamanism And Witchcraft

Author: Chas Clifton
Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide Limited
ISBN: IND:30000041158191
Size: 10.22 MB
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A compelling and honest examination of shamanic techniques as they are being practiced in Neopagan Witchcraft in the 1990s. Fourteen contributors tell how they have integrated techniques such as trance journeys, soul retrieval, and altered states of consciousness. Also, learn to incorporate caves for ritual and inner journeys, how spirit contacts are made, how guides are perceived and much more.