Change happens slowly, but when it finally hits, the years of individual strides and steps culminate in a burst of change. Trouble is, change doesn’t always take effect in the ways we’d hoped. When the “goddess movement” was birthed out of feminism in the early seventies by groups of women passionate about both political and personal growth, it started with small circles of women determined to use magic as a
No two books fit the philosophy and focus of Spiritualitea quite so well as this pair from Café Gratitude. Inherent within them is the idea that food is nourishment for both body and spirit. Take, for example, the titles of each of the dishes, both at the café and in the book I Am Grateful: The Café Gratitude menu gives you the opportunity to start practicing saying something new and
Bless This Food was a delightful surprise for me. I thought the book would be more of a reference work, something I’d use like a dictionary. I thought I’d look up a particular prayer in the index, read the one prayer, and then close the book until the next time I wanted a new food blessing. I’m glad I was wrong. It is more like a fine meal, where every
It’s important to buy raw organic nuts and seeds, as toxins are stored iin fats. Cashews are one of the harder nuts to find really raw. Typically in processing and removing the skins they are steamed, but really raw cashews are hand-peeled. We share with you an online source in our resource guide.
Rather than a traditional diet book that advises you to avoid certain foods to lose weight or lower your cholesterol, this book takes the approach of changing your diet to heal your chakras, and therefore heal your entire energetic system. It would be easy to assume the book is based on new age fluff, but the dietary recommendations are based on real science about the energetic properties of different foods.
Makes 10 patties 1 cup soaked walnuts (see Nuts and Seeds) 1 cup soaked pumpkin seeds (see Nuts and Seeds) 7 sun-dried tomato halves (presoak in water for 4 hours, reserve liquid) 2/3 cup mushroom stems or tops (any kind will do)
Makes approximately 1 1/2 cups 1-1/2 cups soaked raw cashews (see Nuts and Seeds) 1 tablespoon miso 1 pinch salt 1 teaspoon coconut oil 3/4 cup fresh water
Join Dar Wednesday, July 15 at 6 pm Pacific/9 pm Eastern. We’ll discuss rituals associated with food, both mundane and magickal. Bring a snack and join us!
Join us in the Spiritualitea chatroom at 6 pm Pacific/9 pm Eastern Wednesday, May 6 to discuss “Ghosts and Spirits” with guest host Vestas.
Come join Muse and Medea for lively discussions of the occult, supernatural, divination, magic and other metaphysical happenings every Monday at 5 pm Pacific/8 pm Eastern. Join us!