A Magical Journal

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The first of its kind; both a daily journal with prompts and suggestions plus a book writtenin self-talk that covers the widest variety of pagan and new age subjects between two covers. Readers learn how to evaluate their spiritual/magical progress; celebrate rituals honouring the cycles of the year; read the language of nature through gardening, stones, animals and feathers; use the zodiac, color, music, candles and incense for empowerment; make ritual art, masks and costumes; and much more. When completed, the ...
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Overview

The first of its kind; both a daily journal with prompts and suggestions plus a book writtenin self-talk that covers the widest variety of pagan and new age subjects between two covers. Readers learn how to evaluate their spiritual/magical progress; celebrate rituals honouring the cycles of the year; read the language of nature through gardening, stones, animals and feathers; use the zodiac, color, music, candles and incense for empowerment; make ritual art, masks and costumes; and much more. When completed, the daily journaling pages become a personal book of shadows.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780919345706
  • Publisher: Phoenix Publishing, Incorporated WA
  • Publication date: 9/1/2003
  • Pages: 256
  • Product dimensions: 7.22 (w) x 9.16 (h) x 0.88 (d)

Meet the Author

Von Braschler is a Kirlian Photographer, psychic healer and Theosophist. He has been studying pagan ways for twenty five-years. Mari Coryell lives in the folds of the Columbia River Gorge which has inspired her Wiccan beliefs for more than twenty years.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 23, 2003

    This book will become a treasured keepsake

    Anytime I undergo anything new I start a new journal. When I was growing up, the best confidant I had was myself, via my journal. Of course, over the years I have used many things as a journal, from a stapled together stack of paper to a fully locking diary. What I am trying to say is that journals are as special to a person as they make them. A Magical Journal has the potential to be a very special tool for readers. Let me start at the beginning and I think you will agree. The cover of this book is beautiful, rich blue with a silver moon and stars, and there are also stars along the spine as well. When I held the book in my hands, I could not resist the urge to run my fingers over the rich texture. Opening the book, you will find seventeen chapters on natural magic. Whereas I would normally call these instructional chapters, I think chapters of guidance, is more suited. These chapters give the readers just enough guidance so that they can form their own personal relationship with the earth and all of her gifts. They also gently guide the reader to their own personal experience with magic and spirituality. Beyond those chapters the reader will find places to make journal entries. In each month there are several meditation and activities to help you along the way, as well as information regarding moons and special days of the year. A Magical Journal is a thoughtful introduction into magical journaling, which allows the individual to stay individual in their approach to spirituality and magic. Authors Von Braschler and Mari Coryell have offered a great deal of expertise, and done so in a way that makes this journal perfect for anyone, be it their first spiritual quest or not. I recommend this guide/journal to anyone who is seeking to find a spiritual path or who is seeking to deepen their spiritual life and connection to nature. The beauty of the book will make it a great gift and a treasured keepsake. Although it will be hard to part with, perhaps they should be sold in pairs.

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