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Practical Solitary MagicIs perfect for these people Watson discusses the principles that underlie magical practice in a veryeasytounderstand manner She includes inform This is a book I would highly recommend to any 101 or 202 Craft practitioners This book is straight forward and easy to read; it is chopped full of exercises visualizations and really good info on the Elements etc One of my favorite things about it and why I gave it 5 stars is the fact that it actually explains how and why magick works from a psychological stand point It is the first i have ever known to bring up the archetypes affirmations and the bringing together of the higher middle and lower self though I can't remember if the author called it that or something different Though not necessarily a book on magic in a spiritual sense it is an essential read on how to preform magick and why magick works or doesn't

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kindle ¸ Practical Solitary Magic 288 pages ✓ dogsalonbristol Ø [Epub] ➟ Practical Solitary Magic Author Nancy B. Watson – Dogsalonbristol.co.uk Many students don't want to be tied to a particular group or spiritual tradition but prefer to search experiment and grow on their own this book isAtion on affirmations visualization spiritual practices folk magic and ritual Safety measures and ethical considerations are stressed throughout Certainly not all of these views resonated with me I found it to be spiritual and literal in its interpretations of the symbols rituals and effects of magic That being said I did find it a useful and beautiful perspective with lots of exercises on meditation that I look forward to incorporating into my practice

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Many students don't want to be tied to a particular group or spiritual tradition but prefer to search experiment and grow on their own this book I've absolutely loved this bookNancy Watson acheived her prowess in magic the hard way by working endlessly from an outdated old book alone typing out huge passages trying to make them work and finally finding the right teacher for her Murry Hope English Wiccan High Priestess and magician Because of this I suspect her writing is uniue I didn't find myself recognising long screeds from other books on magicThis book is essentially a primer in basic magic By basic I mean that if you work through it all and actually do it I reckon you'll have a good basis from which to proceed and you'll be working safely tooBe aware that Nancy Watson's focus is on the Western Mystery Tradition and not in Wicca However the techniues dilemmas and attitudes described are I think a good primer whichever way you eventually takeThere are chapters on attitude spell craft the four planes elemental magic divination and timing and tides I loved the way her own practice shone through all of the work Couldn't put it down and intend to use all sorts of tips from it in my personal practice