The Witch's Magical Handbook

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Penguin Publishing Group, 2000 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 313 pages
From the world's most widely acclaimed Witches, a spellbinding guide to the practical applications and earthly benefits of psychic powers.

Witchcraft is a revered, centuries-old art, grounded in the natural energy of the universe and the untapped power of the human mind. Gavin Frost and Yvonne Frost, world-renowned experts and best-selling authors on the occult, have mastered the techniques of the Craft for enhancing everyday life on earth. THE WITCH'S MAGICAL HANDBOOK shows all mere mortals--men and women alike--how to unleash the amazing psychic force within them, while drawing energy from the world around them.

Through a combination of practical and mystical tactics--including visualization, working with crystals and divining pendulums, putting goals on paper, and planting a garden--ordinary people will discover the wonder of Witchcraft to change life for the better. For those who follow the way of the Witch, the authors promise untold powers, including the ability to:

- Predict the future and make dreams a reality
- Improve personal health and aid in the healing of others
- Create love spells for romance, passion, and lasting devotion
- Reduce daily stress to achieve serenity
- Balance the demands of work and home to discover true harmony

Packed with persuasive real-life examples, The Witch's Magical Handbook is an empowering and wondrous guide to a happier, healthier, and more rewarding life.

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Gavin Frost and Yvonne Frost are the authors of more than a dozen bestselling books on the occult, including Magic Power of White Witchcraft (Reward). Committed to spreading the good word about Witchcraft for more than three decades, they have advised and taught thousands around the globe and appeared on numerous television and radio programs across the country.

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