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Everyday Magic Rocks!

Let me just say that the pagan/nature spirituality market is now flooded, but when I first started walking my Pagan path, there were only a handful of authors out there and of those, not all of them were great. So, when I stumbled onto the work of Dorothy Morrison, I was absolutely delighted.

I loved the real-world way Dorothy explained the craft.  Her fun, sassy energy was a refreshing change from some of the stale, hard to read books that were out there at the time.

Although I love all of her books, (I'll review some of them another day 😉 ) , Everyday Magic was the first book by Dorothy that I bought. It was at a time in my spiritual practice where I had read lots of theory, but hadn't really put much into practice. This book was so easy to follow and such a great reference, that it helped provide the boost of courage I needed to begin working magick in the world!

Dorothy is a delightful and generous woman!

I had the opportunity to meet Dorothy in person years ago and her personality was as infectious and spunky as she comes across in her books. I owned several of her books at the time and she was doing a book signing at a local metaphysical shop, so I went to meet her.  I wasn't sure how she'd respond to me bringing in a pile of books for signing, so I just brought in my well-used copy of Everyday Magic. She was genuinely excited that the book was dog-eared and obviously well-loved by me.

After she signed my copy of  Everyday Magic, she asked if I had any other books of hers and I confessed that I had a pile in the car, but didn't want to burden her with a pile of books to sign. She told me to go out and get them, that she'd love to sign them all for me. She took the time to talk with me, ask me about my practice and was far more real and friendly than I expected.  This encounter with her just enhanced how I already felt about her books, but she truly is one of the best in this field.

Everyday Magic is a modern day spell book.

The book contains spells and rituals categorized by topic to make it easy to find just the right spell for the work you are doing. The spells are easy to understand, use modern ingredients and offer substitutions for the harder to find ingredients. They also rhyme! I am a huge fan of spells and prayers that rhyme and have a certain cadence and rhythm to them.

Dorothy Morrison is a master at creating powerful, easy to chant rhyming spells and prayers.

I also love that she isn't afraid to use modern technology in her spell work. She is the reason I sometimes forego my mortar and pestle and use a coffee grinder instead. Although the mortar and pestle infuses more of your intent and energy into the crushed herbs, roots and stones you use in spell work, sometimes a coffee grinder is a great help. It's especially helpful when you have a large amount of an herb to crush. Just throw it in and with a few pulses, you have what you need. I hadn't even considered it before reading  Everyday Magic.

Whether you are looking for an introduction on how to include more spellwork in your practice or if you are a season veteran, looking to enhance your practice, you will absolutely LOVE  Everyday Magic.

Grab Your Copy of Everyday Magic Today!

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About the Author Kim Turcotte

Kim Turcotte, spiritual life coach and magick maker, loves sharing her more than twenty years of experience connecting and working with the rhythms of the Earth, the cycles of the Moon, and the magick of nature. Through sacred ritual, Kim creates a safe space for her clients to step through fears, trust their inner knowing, and let go of things that no longer fit, helping them forge a deeper connection with themselves and reclaim the sovereignty and self-love that is their birthright.

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