Cougar Dreams and The Power of Choosing

To every man there openeth 
A way, and ways, and a way.
And the high soul climbs the high way,
And the low soul gropes the low.
And in between, on the misty flats,
The rest drift to and fro.
But to every man there openeth
A high way and a low,
And every man decideth
The way his soul shall go.

---John Oxenham

Believe it or not, even personal development coaches can sometimes feel themselves struggling with inertia, seemingly unable to figure out much less take the next step, feeling stuck. Recently, in the throes of a particularly impotent (figuratively speaking) period where I felt both my personal and professional life were going nowhere fast, I had an unusually vivid dream.

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Faerie Magick Basics


3 key principles to working with the fae

If you’re a Witch, chances are you have a relationship with the faerie folk, whether you realize it or not. This is because Witchcraft and nature-based spirituality is innately aligned with the energies and wisdom of the Earth, and so are the faeries! So we’re a perfect fit! Our relationship with the faeries can be mutually beneficial, and when we become consciously aware of, and strengthen it, this bond brings blessings to us, to faeries, and the entire planet.

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Abracadabra of Faerie

head_Craig-ConleyWordsmith Craig Conley muses on a magical word that’s also a proper name.

Delving through dusty old tomes in search of ancient expressions of enchantment, I noticed that one command in particular seemed to trace directly back to Faery. I was searching for subtle, mysterious, transformative words, whose vibrations seemed to transcend the laws of physics. One such mystical word proved time and time again to be the name of a great lady Faery. Small wonder that her name has endured as the best-known and best-loved magic word in recorded history.

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Faeries, Faeries, and More Faeries: Artists, Events, Vendors & Guides

Authors and Artists






• Amy Brown’s distinctively willowy faeries grace books, jewelry, tapestries and clothing. A deal with clothing retailer Hot Topic widened her audience to include young Goths and punks, and her work is frequently used in tattoos that adorn her fans. Her books include The World of Faery and The Art of Faery and The Faery Wisdom Deck. See more of her work at

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Faerie, Faery & Feri: Who’s Who and What’s What

What is Faerie (or Faery or Fairy) Wicca? What is Feri? How are these magickal practices different from other Pagan practices? In general, one could say that these forms of practice differ in that practitioners call upon faeries, elves, and other Fae beings instead of or in addition to other deities. It’s far more complicated than that, of course, but it’s a good place to start. There are several major Fae magickal traditions, and of course there might be as many offshoots of those as there are varieties of Faerie across world culture.

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A Short Guide to All Things Lupa

Books, Articles & Miscellany
(a sidebar to Lupa: Reclaiming Our Feral Inheritance)

"Riding the Red Tide: Practical Menstrual Magic," SageWoman Magazine #67, 2005.

Fang and Fur, Blood and Bone: A Primal Guide to Animal Magic, Megalithica, 2006.

A Field Guide to Otherkin; Megalithica, 2006.

"Pleasure, Pain and Punishment: BDSM and the Shamanic Journey" (with Taylor Ellwood), Konton Magazine, 2006.

"Fucking Through the Looking Glass," Konton Magazine, 2006.

Kink Magic: Sex Magic Beyond Vanilla; co-written with Taylor Ellwood, Megalithica, 2007.

"Totems and Transformation: Psychological Shapeshifting in the First and Second Circuits," in Magick on the Edge; Taylor Ellwood, ed., Megalithica, 2007.

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