A Witch Alone by Marian Green
Information: 192 pages, paperback
They say: Many Witches do not belong to a coven but follow a different, solo branch of our magical heritage, the path of the story-book wizard, the wise woman, the hermit, the folk healer, the druid or the shaman. Working alone, they can connect deeply with nature, talk to trees, follow the patterns of the sun and moon, and feel the changing energies of the year's turning cycle. Anyone can learn something of their magical powers. The ancient arts and spells are there to be rediscovered, given patience, common sense and a longing to know. You can heal yourself, gain peace from stress and find ways of coping with the turmoil of modern life. You can also do good for others, learn to heal with herbs, see into the future and recover the treasures of wisdom from the past. This book shows you where to start.
'Invaluable to the newcomer to paganism.' Mystical Realms
'Highly recommended to all those wanting to follow the old ways alone.' The Cauldron
'This is a book about positive magic for positive results and solutions.' New Dimensions
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Reviews - rated 4/5 based on customer reviews4 out of 5 By Cate Gardner'A Witch Alone' ' Marian Green - Thirteen moons to master natural magic - A practical handbook At over 50,000 copies sold, 'A guide to the tradition of the solo village witch' has been an inspiration to many. Those who are new to 'The Craft' and those more experienced who still find the writings of Marian Green so refreshing. Marian Green is a no-nonsense Witch and her books are a guide, not a 'Bible'. In 'A Witch Alone' she provides the reader with the bare bones of the 'Path' and then takes them on a voyage of discovery to find the essence.
Personally I'd recommend that this book be one of the first, if not the first choice for anyone setting out on a Pagan expedition, because all the leg-work can be done alone. It is a book as much for finding out about oneself as anything and by the end of the thirteen-moon cycle the reader will have completed a whole year of exploration in both the outer and inner realms. I found that it really does help if you read this book and then read it again over the full thirteen moons practicing the exercises within each chapter.