|Posted by spiritscraft on September 7, 2016 at 2:50 PM||comments (0)|
- What do I need to focus on in my life now?
- How can I have more joy and fun?
- What’s the best way for me to make a positive difference in the world?
- What will help me feel more peaceful?
- How can I best express my creativity?
- What talent do I have that I need to use more?
- What part of me am I denying right now?
- What do I need less of in my life?
- How can I feel more connected to my community?
- Who in my life do I need to reach out to today?
- What is currently influencing me the most?
- What spiritual lesson do I need to learn?
- What is my biggest hurdle to success?
|Posted by spiritscraft on August 15, 2016 at 5:00 PM||comments (0)|
I am stuck in the car a lot, driving to my part-time job, to my boyfriends, to my coven meetings and to my mentoring sessions. I can be in the car over two hours a day, and I can tell you I have grown tired of the current offerings of all the major types of music stations country, hip hop, rock, oldies, and pop. I decided to feed my mind instead of hearing the same songs over again so I first started buying audio books, but then I discovered a secret, there are tons of free occult audiobooks on Librivox!
I got the Librivox app for my phone so I can listen anywhere, but these same websites let you save files so that you could burn them to CD for your car stereo or walkman, or even listen to them at home on your computer or tablet. This is just a smattering of what is available, but be aware that searching the site is challenging. I use the advanced search and try tons of different keywords: occult, mystic, hermetic, celtic, mythology, legend, theosophy, magic, Rosicrucian, astral, etc.
A caution when listening to or reading books that are old enough to be in the public domain as many have out of date information or suffer from the racist ideologies of the time. Terms like primitive, savage, and concepts of “karma” and “evolution” should be heavily scrutinized as to take what is the best of the ideas and discard the prejudiced ones.
Enjoy and be sure to comment with treasures you have found on librivox or other audiobook sites.