Book Review: Psychic Witch: A Metaphysical Guide to Meditation, Magick & Manifestation by Mat Auryn

 

Blurb: Discover how to be a powerful psychic witch with this book on wielding energy and awakening your psychic senses. Psychic Witch explores the relationship between psychic ability and magick, interweaving them to create a strong foundation for accessing the full potential of your mind, body, and spirit.

Mat Auryn reveals some of his most closely guarded tips, secrets, practices, and meditations so that you can master the perception and manipulation of energy. Featuring over ninety exercises and the inner tools you need to perform magick anywhere and at any time, Psychic Witch helps you tune in to yourself and the subtle energies of the world.

Psychic Witch is one of the best witchcraft books I’ve read in a while. The author asks you to put aside your trappings and equipment and work with energy and your own power. This book is filled with useful meditations and visualisations, taking you through developing your abilities. Even experienced witches in my opinion could find useful exercises throughout this book. I actually plan to buy it to put on book shelf when it is released in February 2020 so I can have it as a reference book. I plan to work my way through to develop my energy work because it’s always good to refresh your skills. This would be a good book for anybody who works with energy.

5/5 Best witchy book I’ve read in a while, some excellent exercises and accessible to dip into.

Thank you to NetGalley and Llewellyn Worldwide, Ltd for this eArc in exchange for an honest review.

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