Wicca: A Year and a Day - 366 Days of Spiritual Practice in the Craft of the Wise

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Llewellyn Worldwide, 2005 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 392 pages
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There are no short-cuts to becoming a Witch. Traditionally, students take a year and a day to prepare for their initiation into the Craft. Based on this age-old custom, Wicca: A Year and a Day is a one-of-a-kind daily guide that introduces Witchcraft over a 366-day cycle.

Ideal for solitary students, this intensive study course teaches the core content of Wiccan practice: the tides of time, the wonders of the seasons, the ways of herbs and magic, the mysticism of the Old Ones, and the inner disciplines of seers and sages. Daily lessons include exercises, Wiccan theology and lore, and discussions relating to circle work, magical correspondences, holidays, deities, tools, healing, and divination.
 

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This is an excellent guide for the solitary practitioner! Even though I an not Wiccan myself, I found the studies and meditations enhancing to my spiritual practice. My experience with this book was greatly enhanced by my direct interactions with the author in the YAAD group on Facebook.

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If you're wanting to read about Eclectic Neo-Wicca I don't think I'd recommend this book. The author acts like wicca and witchcraft are one in the same which they're not, he uses an invocation from a ... Read full review

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Timothy Roderick has been a Wiccan high-priest and Craft leader for over 30 years. He is an award-winning author of books on earth-based spirituality and fantasy fiction. Timothy’s background as a psychotherapist and his studies in mythology, folklore, and shamanism inform his writings. His titles include Wicca: A Year and A Day, Dark Moon Mysteries, The Once Unknown Familiar, and others. For more information, visit Timothyroderick.com.

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