MindLight; Secrets of Energy, Magick & Manifestation
by Silver Ravenwolf
“The universe is built on vast amounts of energy that individually available to us to mold and shape as we please”
According to Silver RavenWolf, changing our reality is absolutely possible. The bestselling “Solitary Witch” introduces a groundbreaking system-based on quantum physics, magick, and energy-for tapping into the life-changing potential in all of us.
RavenWolf puts quantum physics theories into plain English and explains how they can be put into practice for personal fulfillment. She teaches how to achieve a special state of consciousness, including how to create and project a “mindlight,” or ball of energy, through meditations, visualizations, rituals, and mind exercises. These techniques-some involving elemental energies, astrology, oils, and herbs-can be used for healing, problem solving, relaxation, banishing negative thoughts, and general wellbeing.
About the Author
Silver RavenWolf (Pennsylvania) is a nationally recognized leader and elder of Wicca, and her writing has been instrumental in guiding the future of one of the fastest-growing faiths in America today. The author of manybooks, she has been interviewed by The New York Times , Newsweek Magazine , and the Wall Street Journal, and her work has been featured in numerous publications, including Bust Magazine , the Baltimore Sun , the St. Petersburg Times , the National Review , Publishers Weekly, Body & Soul Magazine , and Teen Lit Magazine .
Her titles include the bestselling Solitary Witch, Teen Witch, To Ride A Silver Broomstick, To Stir A Magick Cauldron, To Light A Sacred Flame, American Folk Magick, Angels: Companions in Magick, Silver’s Spells for Prosperity, Silver’s Spells for Protection, Silver’s Spells for Love, A Witch’s Notebook, Halloween, HedgeWitch, and the Witches’ Night Out teen fiction series.
Every so often, a book has a special spark. That is the case with To Ride a Silver Broomstick by Silver RavenWolf. Sure, it is an excellent source of information on Witchcraft, but it’s also much more. It is a personal book that shares RavenWolf’s heart and soul. And that is one of the reasons I believe this book has become so popular.
RavenWolf tells some amazing stories in here. Her description of her first experience at a clothing-optional festival is hilarious. Her frustrations during childhood while searching for her spiritual path are touching. Her tale of a woman who assumed that the help she received from RavenWolf may have been the cause of a health problem (it wasn’t) leads to thinking about modes of healing and the importance of the mindset of the person being healed.
What an incredible delight this book is! Not only is it personal and fun to read, but it also presents its facts so effortlessly that I was surprised at just how much information there really is in this book. She covers all of the basic theology, including the God and Goddess and the celebratory Wheel of the Year. Most of the book, however, is focused on magick. She gives numerous rituals and rites, and shows how to design your own. She also gives many spells that anyone can work. Other topics include healing, the Tarot (including timing, a rarely discussed subject), color and candle magick, and much more. I especially liked her lexicon of Witchcraft words. Knowing these terms would make a person more comfortable at any Pagan gathering.