Ritual: A Guide to Life, Love and Inspiration

Emma Restall Orr

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Ritual: A Guide to Life, Love and Inspiration

Ritual A Guide to Life Love and Inspiration The author describes how to create effective rituals and shows how they can be used every day Rituals covered include celebrating marriage dealing with grief sexuality and

  • Title: Ritual: A Guide to Life, Love and Inspiration
  • Author: Emma Restall Orr
  • ISBN: 9780722539705
  • Page: 476
  • Format: Paperback
  • The author describes how to create effective rituals and shows how they can be used every day Rituals covered include celebrating marriage, dealing with grief, sexuality, and .

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    One thought on “Ritual: A Guide to Life, Love and Inspiration

    1. Lia /|\ on said:

      Early impressions: Pretty language, but not enough grounding examples to illustrate what she meant just lots of pretty words wandering off into the air. I often find myself going, "wait, what exactly are we talking about, here?"I was disappointed by the immature and superior slam on entheogenics that was thrown in, early on. I don't like Joint Chiefs of entire Druid Orders being ignorant of the historical and ongoing contributions of entheogenics to mysticism and spirituality. It's ignorant to h [...]

    2. Chad on said:

      "Ritual is the fine art of taking a breakIt is the practice of reminding ourselves of the value and power of living. It is that moment in which we stop, and looking around, understand that life is sacred."Not a step-by-step how-to guide. Rather, it is a description of what ritual is, why to perform ritual, and general guidelines on how to design a ritual for the particular event/place/people involved. I found the explanation of the different components of rituals, what each component is for, dif [...]

    3. Jack on said:

      Written by someone who is a founder of the New Druidic movement, I guess I expected more than recycled new-age, hippie, flower-power type stuff. I learned little that was new to me, but I guess this would be a good starting point for someone that needed an introduction to ritual. I much prefer books by John & Caitlin Matthews, though.

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