The Science of Grounding

by Sharon Whiteley, Co-author of Barefoot Wisdom and CEO of Harmony783. **Grounding has been around for some time, but the scientific community has been doing more studies on this practice to determine potential health benefits.** Lately, we have all been hearing two important catch-all words — Self Care — and we all know this should be amongst our top priorities. Rather than solely relying on prescriptions and traditional medical remedies or expensive treatments promising life-changing…

Write Your Way to Happy

“In the journal I do not just express myself more openly than I could to any person; I create myself.” –Susan Sontag Happiness: the state of pleasure, contentment, or joy. Do you dream of an easier, calmer life, where problems slide off you like water off a duck — a life in which you can fully enjoy the joys of simply existing? With 100% Happiness: A Guided Journal to Enhance Your Daily Life, you can…

The Ra Material’s 40th Anniversary

by Jim McCarty, co-author with Don Elkins and Carla Rueckert of all editions and volumes of The Ra Material: Law of One. Don Elkins’ search for the secrets of the universe began when he was in high school. Years later, as a professor of physics at the University of Louisville, he realized that science did not have these ultimate answers, so he turned his search to the field of the paranormal. He regressed over 200…

New Year by the Numbers

by Dusty Bunker, author of RedFeather’s newest release: Numerology and Your Future, 2nd Edition, as well as: Numerology and the Divine Triangle (with Faith Javane); The Beginner’s Guide to Astrology; Astrology’s Hidden Aspects; Birthday Numerology (with Victoria Knowles); Numerology, Astrology, and Dreams; Quintiles and Tredeciles: The Geometry of the Goddess. “You’re freaking me out!” the woman exclaimed, as she took a step back. It happened during my eye appointment two years ago. The assistant was…

The GREAT INBETWEENING

Welcome Yule! The Winter Solstice. The Time of Inbetweening. by Ted Enik, co-author with Beth Roth of Wee Witches — a playful and richly symbolic introduction to the world of Wicca and the magic of Nature. A Very Jolly Holiday to You! Some say “Jól” is Viking for “wheel.” Early calendars used a wheel to mark when the holiday rolled around. And the ye Olde English word “jolly” also comes from “Jól.” A Jolly Holiday! ­Solstice is…

Cycle and Regeneration

by Philippe Regnicoli, author of Astrotherapy: Discover how to live better and move forward in life with your astral theme. There is undoubtedly at the present moment a rare consensus worldwide that we live in dark and difficult times; many will speak — each within their discipline, esoteric or not — of the end of a cycle. I am not one of those who cry out for the end of the world, but it is…

Archetypes: Your Guides to Your Authentic Self

by Dr. Jean Benedict Raffa, author of The Soul’s Twins: Emancipate Your Feminine and Masculine Archetypes. This pair of statements is one of 20 on Part I of The Partnership Profile, an informal self-assessment in my new book, The Soul’s Twins: Emancipate Your Feminine and Masculine Archetypes. It’s not always easy to choose one statement in each pair, because sometimes your preferences change depending on the situation. So it can take some self-examination to decide…

A City Within A Deck

Inside the Byzantine Tarot by John Matthews, author of RedFeather’s newest release, The Byzantine Tarot: Wisdom From An Ancient Empire (illustrated by Cilla Conway) and also The Grail Tarot: A Templar Vision (illustrated by Giovanni Caselli). When Cilla Conway and I announced that we were working on a Byzantine tarot a number of friends asked us if this was possible, since the period in which tarot received its formulation was much later, toward the end…

Writing The Da Vinci Enigma Tarot

by Caitlín Matthews, author of RedFeather’s new release, The Da Vinci Enigma Tarot as well as Untold Tarot: The Lost Art of Reading Ancient Tarot. The idea for this tarot began back in Venice in 2001 when, with my husband John, I went to an exhibition of Leonardo’s flying machines and other engineering inventions. In the echoing nave of a decommissioned church were hung models of winged flight and other strange contraptions that Leonardo dreamed…

Family, Wishbones, and Leftovers

by Julie Shields, co-author of Thank Forward: A Gratitude Action Kit with Mia Logan, PhD. With the holidays fast upon us, I’m reminded of one of my favorite childhood memories. Our family used to celebrate Thanksgiving, not just the day, but the whole week! Our week was filled with family, crafts, and Charlie Brown. One classic classroom craft was the hand turkey: First, each person placed a hand on top of an orange piece of…