The Shamanic Handbook of Sacred Tools and Ceremonies is the perfect companion book for all budding and well-practiced shamans, wise men and women who partake in sacred ceremonial, ritual and healing work. It also serves as an excellent introduction into the practical side of earth-centred traditions. As you begin your path as a Shaman, of the 'One who knows', your journey will be one of remembrance as you connect with the oldest and most holistic traditions of the ancestors.
"This book teaches us about the power of love, light, and respect for all of life. Roberts and Levy did a magnificent job." Sandra Ingerman, Author of How to Heal Toxic Thoughts
Ancient and enigmatic, the Morrigan reaches out to us - learn who she is and how to answer her call.
Joanna van der Hoeven
An Introductory Guide for the Solitary Druid
A practical guide to Celtic shamanism with exercises and techniques as well as traditional lore for exploring the Celtic Otherworld.
British shamanism has largely been forgotten: the reindeer goddess of the ancient Boreal forest is shrouded in mystery...follow her deer-trods to rediscover her old ways.
Ancient and modern methods that you can use everyday to transform yourself and make a positive difference in the world.
Work with the Trees of the Goddess and the old ways of Britain.
A guidebook for those seeking a path that combines modern neopagan witchcraft with the older Celtic Fairy Faith.
Emma Restall Orr
Kissing the Hag by Emma Restall Orr is based upon the old tale of The Marriage of Sir Gawain, and carries us from girlish innocence through to the nauseating horror of the hag - the raw side, the dark side, the inside of a woman.
Hekate, Queen of Witches and the Shadow-Lands, haunts the pages of this devotional bringing magic and enchantment into your lives.