Shadow Magick Compendium: Exploring Darker Aspects of Magickal Spirituality

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Llewellyn Worldwide, 2008 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 223 pages
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Embracing the darkness is part of divine balance.

Everyone has a shadow, a dark side. Exploring the shadow self is not only safe, it's necessary for balance and healing. The author of Goth Craft invites you down a unique magical path for navigating inner and outer darkness and harnessing the shadow for spiritual growth.

Shadow Magick Compendium sheds a positive light on this misunderstood and rarely discussed side of magical practice. There are ritual meditations for exploring past experiences, dispelling harmful behavior patterns, and healing a fractured soul. Learn how to safely fast and perform other methods of self-sacrifice, invoke a deity into yourself (godform assumption), get in touch with your Spirit Animal, take advantage of the Dark Moon and eclipses, and perform a unique ritual with your television for a new perspective on society. From astral journeys to sigils to dark herbs, you'll find an array of magical techniques to navigate the shadows and mysteries of yourself and the world at large.

 

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Contents

Introduction
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I
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II
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III
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IV
131
V
171
Conclusion
197
Bibliography
203
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About the author (2008)

Raven Digitalis(Missoula, MT) is the author of Shadow Magick Compendium,Planetary Spells & Rituals, Goth Craft, and the forthcoming Esoteric Empathy. He is a Neopagan Priest and cofounder of an “Eastern Hellenistic” nonprofit multicultural Temple called Opus Aima Obscurę (OAO). Also trained in Eastern philosophies and Georgian Witchcraft, Raven has been an earth-based practitioner since 1999, a Priest since 2003, a Freemason since 2012, and an empath all of his life. He holds a degree in anthropology from the University of Montana and is also a professional Tarot reader, DJ, small-scale farmer and animal rights advocate. Visit him online at www.ravendigitalis.com.

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www.facebook.com/ravendigitalis

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