The Seasons of the Witch: Samhain Journal - a sacred journal space for you
by Lorriane Anderson, Illustrated by Giada Rose
This journal is an expansion of the themes found within the best-selling Seasons of the Witch: Samhain Oracle.
The Seasons of the Witch: Samhain Journal is a sacred and treasured journal space dedicated to letting your soul free and recording profound spiritual shifts. Like a loving ancestor or spirit guide, these pages are here to hold your secrets, protect your fears, and share in your success.
Including 50 journal prompts complemented with stunning images to help you expand upon the energies from the beloved Seasons of the Witch: Samhain Oracle designed to bring awareness to deep guidance already lurking within your intuition or, use the open space to let your freedom uncurl. Samhain, on this night the veil between our world and the next is at its thinnest. Spirits are given a chance to pass over to find their resting place and loved ones who have passed can visit.
It's a beautiful time to deepen a psychic practice or start a new one or to call on the help of the powers that be.
208 Pages | 7.25 x 9.25 inches | Paperback - Flexible plastic/vinyl cover
About the Author:
Lorriane Anderson is a tarot reader, astrologer, spiritual teacher, writer, and soul-based entrepreneur. Her work focuses heavily on sacred and intentional living as well as using spiritual practices as a pathway for profound healing, growth, and transformation. She is heavily influenced by her diverse lineage, bringing together healing practices from her ancestors in a practical, updated way. Lorraine owns and operates Spirit Element, a soul-based apothecary - Made with Stardust - which provides private label development and supplies for spiritual-based businesses; and the Practice of Self, a school for magic. Her published works include Seasons of the Witch: Samhain Oracle, Affirmations: Words of Inner Wisdom, and The Earthcraft Oracle.
About the Illustrator
Giada Rose is a Kentucky-based illustrator and designer interested in the gossamer threads that stretch between magic, nature, femininity, and art. Her childhood was spent moving around the American West (she's lived in seven states thus far and was born in Italy), and she continues to feel the nomadic pull. Her work is infused with a longing for the old ways and a love of the seasons, mythology, historical customs, tarot, and folklore. She particularly enjoys fairytales from around the world, and strives with her paintings to create a portal into stillness and a tinge of nostalgia for a magical place and a bygone time