Given the scope of the endeavor, Mr Serith hits the mark very well.
I really got me through some of the tougher days, and I treasure this book to this day- I have pages marked and certain sections highlighted.
Acknowledging that prayers, as also rituals, are best created yourself, this book gives you an idea of how to craft them.
These should really be called Wiccan prayers...But they arnt bad. I bought this to get inspiration for rosaries I was making.Published 2 months ago by Zabora
Wrapped very well, no damage; was as advertised; arrived quickly. ThanksPublished 4 months ago by Ron Spolar
Nice book of prayers for Pagans. Very user friendly has two parts: part one is Why and How We prayers which is very recommend for those who never pray before and part 2 Prayers... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Alicia Riley
This is a great book for people who like organized prayer patterns and thought processes. I did notice that there are pages skipped and or missing. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Christy
I appreciated Part 1 very much; an excellent, thought-provoking working meditation, a deepening that is good to return to periodically. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Clairseach
An interesting insight into one perspective of modern day pagan belief and practice. Good for the pagan and non pagan alike.Published 5 months ago by Elric Fox
Love all the explanations before each section. Worth buying for the explanation of offerings alone. Many of the prayers are pieces I will definitely use, slightly altered or as... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Erica Heath