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Everyday Witch Book of Rituals: All You Need for a Magickal Year

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Magickal Rituals for Everyday Use and Beyond!

Amplify your wishes and manifest positive changes all year long with Deborah Blake's inspiring collection of simple rituals. Whether practicing alone or with a group, these empowering ceremonies--designed for new moons, full moons, sabbats, and other special occasions--will help you find love, build courage, boost creativity, ac
Paperback, 337 pages
Published October 8th 2012 by Llewellyn Publications (first published October 1st 2012)
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Jul 30, 2012 rated it really liked it
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Not long ago I realized that my spiritual beliefs lean toward paganism. I believe in a higher power who exists in all natural things, both living and inert. My favorite place of worship, actually, is outdoors and in a natural setting, where I see God everywhere I look.

I've not yet determined if Wicca is the religion for me. I confess: I imagine Wiccans and I see long, flowing hair, peasant skirts...hippies, really. And that's not me. Still,
Aug 26, 2012 rated it really liked it
This is a light-hearted, yet serious look at Wiccan rituals throughout the year. With the help of Deborah's cat, each month is broken down into rites appropriate for that month as well as specific holidays. The directions are simple enough for the neophyte, yet can also be adapted for the experienced practioner and group rites.

Why use rituals? Accoring to Deborah, rituals are a way to help us focus energy and put us in the right mindset. They create comfortable patterns. And she's right, and not
Dec 13, 2020 rated it really liked it
I read the first part of the book and skimmed the rest once it got into the rituals. I checked this book of the library and I think it’s one I will probably buy as it gives good instructions for how to set up and do rituals. I have yet to come across another source with as much detail about that. It does have a Wicca focus but is easily modified for other paths.
Katie Kirkland
Aug 23, 2017 rated it liked it
Very interesting. I wasn't a fan of all the deity stuff and I wish she would have provided an alternative to this, but overall it was nice to try. I really liked that she briefly touched on familiars. ...more
Oct 05, 2016 rated it really liked it
Enjoyed, may have to buy it.
Nov 09, 2015 rated it it was amazing
The keyword in the title is EVERYDAY. If you believe in something, you should make it a part of your daily life. Deborah Blake's 'witch next door' approach is full of warmth and humor... exactly who she is. Deborah stays true to herself in every one of her books, providing something for everyone because she realizes not everyone believes the same, or thinks the same.

I own this (and every one) book by the talented Deborah Blake and look forward to more.
Joy Hersey
Aug 20, 2014 rated it it was amazing
This is a wonderful book. It is the first place I go when looking for inspiration for a New or Full Moon ritual. Deborah has a wonderful writing style that makes you feel like you're sitting down with a girlfriend and discussing these things over a cup of tea rather than just reading a book. And Magick the Cat has some wonderful insights as well. ...more
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Deborah is the author of twelve non-fiction books on modern witchcraft and a tarot and oracle decks from Llewellyn and the Baba Yaga series, The Broken Rider series, and the Veiled Magic series (mostly from Berkley) as well as a few stand-alone novels.

Deborah lives in a 130 year old farmhouse in upstate NY with multiple cats, and runs an artists' cooperative shop when she's not writing. She believ

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