Month: June 2017

Panel Preview: Book Recommendations

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It’s great that Weiser and Llewllyn started publishing books on how to do magick when many of us remember days when Wiccans hand-copied books of shadows from each other. But there are other sources of wisdom that we have inspired, and even instructed us: works of fiction. Starting with fairy tales and folk tales, books of fantasy and magic, and yes, even science fiction, because something as acceptable as ESP was considered a bit “out there” not too many decades ago. Our panelists will recommend old and new favorite books that served them well, and you can read and see what you can find, many that you can even hand to your children, knowing that if they are ready, they’ll find what they need to.  We may even share books we’d warn people away from (always with good reasons given). We welcome audience participation in this, as in all panels.

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Open Healing

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One of CTCW’s favorite events, this space is held with a variety of intentions and benefits the practitioners and recipients alike. We open this space for practitioners who would like more experience with a new-to-them modality or with a modality or technique they may not have used in a while as well as those who would like to join us to give and receive a session. We also welcome people who are in need of a healing boost to come and experience a modality they may not have experienced before. During this time, sessions will be shorter (although not necessarily less effective) and this is also a time when we learn from each other and depart feeling relaxed, empowered, grateful, and all good things. Healing practitioners who volunteer their time for this often learn tips and new techniques to add to their healing toolbox. Note: Open Healing sessions are not meant to replace full sessions given by our amazing practitioners who are available throughout the conference. Practitioners who wish to participate should email Maryalyce at CTCWplanning@gmail.com with a short bio & healing modalities being offered. Recipients who would like to be worked on should use the sign-up sheets posted on the door of the Healing Room.

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Introduction to Dowsing with Sean Kane

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Introduction to Dowsing with Sean Kane

In this workshop people who’ve never dowsed before will successfully dowse using L-rods and pendulums, and experienced dowsers may pick up a new technique or two.

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Learning Magick from Books of Fiction

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Please join Tchipakkan on the New Normal 8 pm Wednesday, June 28, 2017, 8-9 p.m. edt. If you missed the live show, the link to the archive is here: http://tobtr.com/s/10108561

While we’d all love too be taught magick from witches or wizards from great volumes like the Owen’s Book of Shadows in the movie Practical Magic, or the volume in the Sorcerer’s Apprentice (minus the disaster unless it comes with the last minute save), the chances are good that you learned whatever you know either from books from Llewellyn, Weiser, or hand-copied from a friend’s hand-copied notebook. OR maybe, like many of us, you picked up techniques from the fantasy and SF books you read. It seemed like it might work, so you tried it, and maybe with a little tweaking it did work. Perhaps not as well as in movies, but many books have some good, solid technique in them. Others can teach us useful things about the supernatural world- while telling a useful story.

As we do on the book panels, I’m going to run through a list of some of the books I’ve found useful over the last half century, and would love if you’d call in with some of your favorites as well. I’ll try to explain just what I like about my favorites, and where I think they shouldn’t be taken too literally.

Open a window on your computer to www.Liveparanormal.com, click the “Listen Live and Chat” listing under the “radio-listen/chat room” heading, and click “LISTEN HERE” next to “the New Normal”.

Want to share your own experiences- what books helped you develop your skills and talents? Call 619-639-4606 (live only). If you know you’re going to listen later but have a question or contribution, leave a note on the facebook events page; I’ll try to answer or mention it during the show.

If you can’t tune in 8-9, Live Paranormal.com archives its shows by date, and I archive them by date, guest, and topic on my website: http://tchipakkan.wordpress.com/the-new-normal/directory-of-podcasts/

Hope you can join me tomorrow night from 8-9 at the New Normal on liveparanormal.com

 

 

 

 

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Would you like to help?

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Sponsoring – we’ve just posted a new page for those who may wish to help as sponsors. Check it out here: Sponsors

 

And check out the work study and internship  opportunities! If you are in a better position to help us with your labor than with money, we would love to have you help us at, or even before the conference. Check that out here: Workstudy.

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