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Top Reviewer Ranking: 9,001 - Total Helpful Votes: 321 of 352
Pagan Portals - Dancing with Nemetona: A Druid's e&hellip by Joanna van der Hoeven
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5.0 out of 5 stars Sacred space, 15 May 2014
This is an incisive and insightful work that explores the notion of sacred space and its relation to spiritual practice and the everyday world. As such, it also considers the often overlooked ever-changing boundaries and borderlands that exist between the self and world. A thought provoking read that can be returned to over and again.
Shaman Pathways - Web of Life: Guidance for your l&hellip by Yvonne Ryves
People often assume that a big book is going to be more informative than a little book. Whilst the potential is there for this to be true, it is often the case that a short book has made the author think all the more about their subject and how to present the essence with clarity. This is certainly the case here. And not only do we get good information, but we also get good guidance.

For me, the best thing about the book is that whilst offering information, ideas, and help, it is encouraging the reader to become aware of the worlds in which they live and take control of their own being within them.

Even more impressive is the way in which the guidance offered works a… Read more
A Dangerous Place by Robin Herne
A Dangerous Place by Robin Herne
An enjoyable collection of interlinked short stories. They are all based in the same location, each in a different period of history. The central premiss is that a place can affect the behaviour of those who live there and accummulate, over the centuries, both a reputation and an increasing influence. Whilst that sounds heavy, and some of the stories are gruesome, this is a well-written and well observed work. The historical notes and introductory essay create an extra depth, but the stories work well in their own right. Each one accurately reflects the period in which it is set (along with the mores of the time and its superstitions and knowledge), but plays with the conventions of… Read more