The pressure we put on ourselves as mages to measure up to imaginary standards.
Using defensive and offensive spells to deal with problem people like your ex, your boss, or your parents.
Star Wars as a spiritual tool, a universal myth, and a contemporary religion. In Magick Mailbag: Patreon supporter Hamsa shares a ritual for honoring the complexity of new hobbies.
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.
How to fight injustice wielding the power of placebo magick! In the Bardic Verse segment, I share my poem Three Deep Breaths.
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.