In February we read the Psychic Witch in our book club, and at the end of every month we do our review. Our book club consists of people old to the craft, new-comers, and have some that are in the middle.
Every Sunday we get together to discuss the chapters we read that week. This book started out great. We were all so excited. The first two weeks we just kept going on and on about the exercises and what they were like when we each tried them out. Some we want to go back and do again and other were ok but still good.
This book is great in the fact that I feel the author to be very educated in the traditions of witchcraft and psychic abilities. He seems to have more confidence and excitement and maybe even more experience as a psychic. He talks about connecting to your senses and learning how to tune in to each, to feel what each one has to show you. Those were definitely my favorite of the exercises.
Where the book loses is me is after chapter 5. It seems like it takes a hard turn to witchcraft and doesn’t seem to blend psychic abilities and exercises beyond this point. I did enjoy learning his take on the craft, but at that point the book just lost me.
The group felt the same way. We gave it an honest chance kept pushing through but in all we were ready to be done by the last week.
Our over all ratings and feeling are as follows:
Would we recommend it for beginners?- Yes
Would we pick this book up again?- Yes
Letter Grade Rating-B
All in all it was enjoyable. Definitely not a wasted effort. If you have shown an interest in this book and wondered if you should give it a shot, my answer is yes. No matter where you are in your practice there will be something for you in there.
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