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Casting Sacred Space
The Core of All Magickal Work
Ivo Dominguez, Jr., Foreword by T. Thorn Coyle
ISBN: 9781578634996
Book (Paperback)
Weiser Books
$17.95
6 x 9
224 pages
Spot art
February 1, 2012


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The use of casting as a means of establishing sacred space is a common practice in Wiccan and Neopagan traditions. In fact it is widely considered the most important step in spiritual and magickal work. And yet few really know how to do it or do it well.

In Casting Sacred Space, Neopagan practitioner Ivo Dominguez, Jr., offers a comprehensive introduction to the techniques and rituals of casting, including:
How to become grounded and centered before one begins

  • The proper timing for casting and ritual work

  • How to open up one’s psychic senses to work with subtle energies

  • How to set the stage for magickal work both internally and externally

  • Protection, symbols, and meditations for maintaining sacred space

  • The Circle, the Quarters, and other modes of casting sacred space

  • Quartering, energy work, and many cross-practice connections including Qabala and chakras.

  • This is a practical, accessible handbook for the beginner with cross appeal to seasoned practitioners of ritual magick.

    Ivo Dominguez, Jr. is a writer, artist, and speaker who teaches workshops on divination, the chakras, ritual, astrology, herbalism, the Qabalah, and other occult topics. His work has appeared in numerous magazines, including Green Egg and Witches & Pagans. He lives in Delaware, where he is one of the owners of Bell, Book & Candle. Visit him at www.bellbookandcandle. biz
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    T. Thorn Coyle is a Pagan, mystic, activist, and an internationally respected teacher and mentor on pagan subjects.She is the author of Kissing the Limitless and Evolutionary Witchcraft, hosts the Elemental Castings podcast series, writes a popular blog, Know Thyself, and has produced several CDs of sacred music. She lives in the San Francisco Bay Area. Photo credit: Paul Nordin
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