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Discover simple, meaningful rituals you can use to enrich your life in ways large and small. Join renowned author Richard Webster as he shares ideas for honoring important transitions such as birth and marriage and for practicing uplifting habits like forgiveness, gratitude, and blessings. Explore tips for making everyday tasks into moments of spiritual connection. Celebrate the changing seasons, develop a closer relationship with the divine, or create your own rituals based on your innermost feelings and desires. Rituals for Beginners also includes techniques for gaining newfound prosperity and attracting the life you want as you perform ceremonies infused with spiritual meaning.  

Published: Llewellyn Worldwide on
ISBN: 9780738748719
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