Using placebo magick to lift the curse of procrastination. In Secret Spells & Riddlesome Rituals: Forgiving someone using a paper doll.
How to transmute bad moods into good moods using the Philosopher's Stone of mindfulness. In Magick Mailbag: E-mails from Kyle Fisher about his rituals to quit smoking.
Today we discuss the wizardly tome Religion for Atheists: A Non-believers Guide to the Uses of Religion by philosopher Alain de Botton. In Secret Spells & Riddlesome Rituals: How to make magick potions using herbs!
Enjoy this little "DVD extra" for the Placebo Magick Podcast—an introduction to mindfulness, including a brief guided meditation at the end.
Today we discuss how tabletop role-playing games help you level up as a placebo mage! In Bewitching Bestiary, we find poetic meaning and magickal correspondences for chicory, a common roadside wildflower.
Atheopaganism founder Mark Green joins us today to discuss Atheopaganism, an Earth-honoring path rooted in science!
In this episode we discuss Pokémon training as a metaphor for leveling up and evolving our inner demons into trusted and powerful friends! In Secret Spells & Riddlesome Rituals, we describe making your own Pokédex of local plants and animals.
In this episode, April Benson-Scearce joins us to discuss the book Digital Minimalism: Choosing a Focused Life in a Noisy World by Cal Newport, and the broader topic of digital minimalism.
Enjoy this sneak peek at our new Patreon-Exclusive Bonus Show! Bonus episodes like this will come out between regular episodes of the Placebo Magick Podcast, exclusively for Patreon supporters who pledge $1 per episode. Click here to become a Bonus Show subscriber! In this bonus episode we discuss the benefits of approaching media as devoted supplicants rather than as critics.
Farmer/Poet Laureate of Napa County/big brother Jeremy Benson joins us to discuss the book King, Warrior, Magician, Lover: Rediscovering the Archetypes of the Mature Masculine by Robert Moore and Douglas Gillette, featuring a Jungian psychology approach to toxic masculinity. Check out some of Jeremy's writing at https://jerbenson.blogspot.com.