Monday, March 15, 2021 Lisa Mc Sherry

We're publishing our March update right at the edge of the Vernal Equinox, and it feels like the weather is finally starting to shift. Crocuses are popping up out of the snow, and various other bulb flowers are pushing up their thick stalks. Its lovely to see.

This month the Review Circle has produced a great collection:
Twelve-House Tarot Spreads: Uses and Variations
Sacred Landscape: Caves and Mountains: A Multi-Path Exploration of the World Around Us (Pagan Portals)  
From Anger to Action: Powerful Mindfulness Tools to Help Teens Harness Anger for Positive Change
Lugh: Meeting the Many-Skilled God (Pagan Portals)
Without Reservation: Awakening to Native American Spirituality and the Ways of Our Ancestors
Divining Tarot: Papers on Charles Williams's The Greater Trumps and Other Works
Forest of Enchantment Tarot
The Inner-City Path: A Simple Guide to Well-Being and Awareness(Pagan Portals)  
The Great Wheel: Living the Pagan Cycles of Our Lives & Times
The Book of Candle Magic: Candle Spell Secrets to Change Your Life

Last month we offered:
The Chiron Effect: Healing our Core Wounds Through Astrology, Empathy and Self-Forgiveness
Pamela Colman Smith: The Untold Story
Hellenic Paganism (Pagan Portals) 
Crystal Oversoul Cards: Attunements for Lightworkers
The Druidic Art of Divination: Understanding the Past and Seeing into the Future
Seasons of the Witch: Samhain Oracle
Finding Peace at the End of Life
The Art & Science of Meditation: How to Deepen and Personalize Your Practice
The Alchemy of Stones: Co-creating with Crystals, Minerals and Gemstones for Healing and Transformation
Borde (CD) 

May spring's promise be fulfilled in your dreams!
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