March 31, 2006
Pagan Spirituality: A Guide to Personal Transformation
By Joyce and River Higginbotham
Publisher: Llewellyn Publications (January 2006)
Pages: 259 - Price: $14.95
Review by Lee Prosser - firstname.lastname@example.org
This fine book is about growth and change through personal evolution. The focus of the book is utilizing Paganism to achieve this.
The book challenges the reader to think, analyze, and consider what it is to be a Pagan, and what it means in personal terms. Joyce and River Higginbotham live in Missouri and are teachers of Paganism.
The lists of figures and exercises are helpful. The introduction is well-written and explains the purpose of the book. The seven chapters will hold the reader spellbound with their in-depth approaches. Each chapter is concerned with spiritual growth and what is involved. The chapters on growth and magick, and divination, are accurate and should intrigue the reader with the ideas presented!
What makes this book a standout is its honest and accurate approach, and a genuine wish to help others understand the complexities and intimate nature of Paganism. The "Window of Time" exercise found on page 183 will captivate the reader's curiosity.
Pagan Spirituality is a fine look at its topic. For those wishing to encounter an honest approach to the topic, this is a well-written book to read. Entertaining.
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