The Kitchen Witch Everyday Magic Book

The Kitchen Witch Everyday Magic Book

eBook - 2014
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Magic has often been described as "supernatural" - but only by those who don't understand how intrinsically natural real magic is. Throughout human history all cultures of all places and times have practiced some form of magic, ranging from the most elaborate of rituals to the simplest homespun spells. Magic is a way of communing with the Divine and taking an active part in our own destiny by recognizing that we are part of the Divine, created by and comprised of the same cosmic energy that drives the whole Universe. As such, we have the power to tap into that energy and use it to influence our lives for the better. The truth is, by our thoughts, words and deeds, we are all constantly influencing ourselves and our surroundings anyway, so we may as well learn how to do it for the greatest possible good. The spells in this book are simple ones that require few ingredients and little preparation - no fancy tools and trappings, no complex rituals to learn. This is magic in its purest, most straightforward form. Everyday Magic. Old spells and timeless techniques that have been passed down to us through long centuries of successful use from the Wise Women and healers of ages past. Magic that can be performed quickly and discreetly by anyone almost anytime and anywhere. Yet for all its simplicity, Everyday Magic is a potent force. When we make magic a part of our daily life, we empower ourselves and charge our endeavors with proactive energy. This book will show you how.--Provided by publisher.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] :, Mimi Riser,, 2014
ISBN: 9781310872327
Characteristics: 1 online resource
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