Sunday, June 19, 2022 Lisa Mc Sherry

We're deep into the lazy days of summer here in the northern hemisphere, when families are looking at spending time together and everything feels just a little slower and relaxing. I'm deep into the final edits of my newest book, due out from Llewellyn in early October, so the quiet days are on a bit of hold at the moment. Luckily my Review Circle is doing their excellent job of sharing their opinion about various book y'all might enjoy.

This month we offer you:

Mirror, Mirror: The Astrology of Famous People and the Actors Who Portrayed Them
Genius of the Fern Loved Gully: The Supersensual Life of Ithell Colquhoun Artist and Occultist
Yoga of Courage and Compassion: Conscious Breathing and Guided Meditation
Ritual as Remedy: Embodied Practices for Soul Care
The I Ching Oracle: A Guide Through the Human Maze
The Art of Lithomancy: Divination with Stones, Crystals, and Charms (Pagan Portals)
Serpent's Doom (Zodiac Mysteries #4)
North Sea Water in My Veins: The Pre-Christian Spirituality of The Low Countries
Archetypal Tarot: What Your Birth Card Reveals About Your Personality, Path, and Potential
The Path of Elemental Witchcraft: A Wyrd Woman’s Book of Shadows

Last month we reviewed:

A Lantern in The Dark: Navigate Life's Crossroads with Story, Ritual and Sacred Astrology
Eco-Spirituality and Human-Animal Relationships (Earth Spirit)
The Spiritual Power of Masks: Doorways to Realms Unseen
Belonging to the Earth: Nature Spirituality in a Changing World (Earth Spirit series)
Shamanic Creativity: Free the Imagination with Rituals, Energy Work, and Spirit Journeying
The Relative Tarot
Ancestral Tarot: Uncover Your Past and Chart Your Future
Mystic Martian Oracle
Blackfeather Mystery School: The Magpie Training
Witch, Please: Empowerment and Enlightenment for the Modern Mystic
Kitchen Witchcraft; Element of Fire

May the abundance of summer soothe your soul and grant you ease!




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