Practical Solitary Magic

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Weiser Books, Nov 1, 1996 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 288 pages
6 Reviews

Many students don't want to be tied to a particular group or spiritual tradition, but prefer to search, experiment, and grow on their own; this book is perfect for these people. Watson discusses the principles that underlie magical practice in a veryeasy-to-understand manner. She includes information on affirmations, visualization, spiritual practices, folk magic, and ritual. Safety measures and ethical considerations are stressed throughout.

  

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User Review  - Aiyokysama - Goodreads

This is one of the few 101 books out there I actually recommend to people. The author does a very good job of explaining the nuts and bolts of magical practice and has a number of very useful ... Read full review

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User Review  - Min - Goodreads

A sound, broad and clearly written primer for anyone wishing to explore modern spell-craft and ritual practice rooted in the Western Mystery Tradition. She consistently quotes the the movers and ... Read full review

Contents

MAGIC AND ETHICS
9
THE FOUR PLANES
17
THE MENTAL PLANE
23
THE SPIRITUAL PLANE
53
THE EMOTIONAL PLANE
87
THE PHYSICAL PLANE
111
The Fire Element
121
The Air Element
131
TIMING AND TIDES
179
RITUAL
191
A PROSPERITY RITE
203
CONTINUING YOUR STUDIES
213
TEMPERAMENT QUESTIONNAIRE
227
PERSONAL SYMBOL EXERCISES
233
INDEX
241
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
249

The Water Element
144
The Earth Element
165

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