Title: Mood Magic
Author’s Name: Ora North
Publisher: Reveal Press
Page Count: 168 Pages
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Link to Amazon purchase page: Mood Magick: Wellness Spells and Rituals to Find Balance in an Uncertain World: North, Ora: Books (amazon.com)
Link to Goodreads: Mood Magick: Wellness Spells and Rituals to Find Balance in an Uncertain World by Ora North | Goodreads
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How I Got the Book: Review Copy
Summary of the Book:
Discover a deeper connection with the earth, yourself, and the life you want with this witchy wellness guide—from the author of I Don’t Want to Be an Empath Anymore.
There is a prevalence of helplessness, hopelessness, and disconnection in the world right now. Certainty has fallen away, and it’s unclear what tomorrow will bring. Modern technology has caused us to feel isolated, and more removed from nature than ever before. As a result, our mental health suffers. While many find solace in the tried-and-true methods of mental health management, these unprecedented times may call for an extra bit of magick to achieve the stability and healing we deserve. If you seek answers off the beaten path, this book may just be the soothing balm your soul needs.
Chock-full of simple rituals and spells rooted in the elements, Mood Magick will help you navigate an ever-changing world with more ease and confidence. By employing the basic tenets of witchcraft—which rely heavily on connecting with nature—this unique guide will help you tap into your own self-knowledge and the power of your moods, bringing clarity and peace amidst the chaos of modern life.
Whether you identify as a witch, are “witch curious,” or simply seeking ways to connect more deeply with nature—Mood Magick will help you create a sense of profound peace and the ability to ride the unpredictable waves of your moods and life with confidence.
My Personal Review: I received a copy of this book for a fair and honest review. I have struggled with mental health for a long time and I found the activities in this book to make me slow down and think of what I need to do for myself. That is not something I often think of on a day-to-day basis. I have started using it with my daily journal and I have seen that I have more good days.
My Rating of the Book: 4 Stars