Living Wicca: A Further Guide for the Solitary Practitioner (Llewellyn’s Practical Magick Series)

August 28, 2015 - Comment

Selling more than 200,000 copies, Living Wicca has helped countless solitary practitioners blaze their own spiritual paths. Let the wise words of Scott Cunningham guide you toward a new level of practice. Living Wicca takes a philosophical look at the questions, practices, and differences within Witchcraft. You’ll learn how to create your own rituals and

Selling more than 200,000 copies, Living Wicca has helped countless solitary practitioners blaze their own spiritual paths. Let the wise words of Scott Cunningham guide you toward a new level of practice.

Living Wicca takes a philosophical look at the questions, practices, and differences within Witchcraft. You’ll learn how to create your own rituals and symbols, develop a book of shadows, and even become a high priest or priestess. Also covered in this Scott Cunningham classic are tools, magical names, initiation, the Mysteries, 120 Wiccan symbols, and the importance of secrecy in your practice.

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Living Wicca is the perfect companion to Cunningham’s Wicca: A Guide for the Solitary Practitioner, containing the same concise and comprehendible style that makes the first book so enjoyable. With Living Wicca, Cunningham goes beyond the mechanics of the faith and emphasizes the importance of making Wicca a part of your everyday life. Focusing on the solitary practitioner, Cunningham encourages you to make your own path within the Wiccan tradition, and offers simple suggestions, from recycling to visiting the park, that heighten your spiritual awareness of the mundane world. –Brian Patterson

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Matt says:

Buy this book! When I read Scott Cunningham’s “Wicca: A Guide For the Solitary Practitioner” I felt that there needed to be more. Something was missing. I picked up “Living Wicca” and found what was missing from the first book. Scott Cunningham goes over Prayer, gives some ideas on how to do a ritual when you don’t have access to all you’re tools (like in a hotel room while on a trip), basic ideas on forming your own tradition, and bringing Wicca into your everyday life. I loved…

Richard Ballard "rjballard" says:

A Disappointing Sequel This book addresses no well-defined audience. The writing style assumes Wiccan background knowledge that solitary Wiccan novices will not have (knowledge that this book and its predecessor do not provide). Yet this book’s discussions are not very useful for experienced Wiccans. This book is disappointing compared to Mr. Cunningham’s excellent first book “Wicca: A Guide For The Solitary Practitioner”.In this book Mr. Cunningham is careful (pp. xi, 87, 124, and 138) to…

Anonymous says:

Living Wicca, a Further Guide for the Solitary Practitioner I am grateful that Scott Cuningham has written so many wonderful books to assist us with our journey towards a focused and personal relationship with our spiritual Deities. I love books with indexes because I like to study the same subjects in many books all in one session. Most of Scott’s books are indexed. This book has helped me develop a meaningful and comfortable circle-casting. I use both this book and “Wicca, a Guide for the Solitary Practitioner” the most of all the…

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