The Witch's Path by Thorn Mooney : Book Review
This is one of the books I would definitely wish I had when I was at the beginning of my magical journey, or maybe in the first two to three years. I think it would have saved me a lot of headache and "finding out the hard way".
This work is very personal almost intimate outlook on magical practice, that for the most part feels friend sharing their experience and advice on overcoming most common hurdles. I would say this book is really awesome for people who feel stuck with their magic, uninspired or disillusioned by various esoteric groups.
This book has a great advice on connecting with your altar, yourself, your journey, finding balance between real life and practice and to keep your magical inspiration flowing.
I absolutely loved the openness of this book and its honesty - which are two qualities that in the esoteric circles come in short supply, it feels more like a having talk with a witch friend, sharing each others doubts, fears, tips and ideas on the practice.
Thorn Mooney offers really open look at the "backstage" of a private practice, that stays normally hidden from the sight of others.
I would say this book is beginner friendly, as it doesn't really discuss anything that would be out of reach for starting witch, but the person who will benefit from it the most would be somebody who is already on the path for some time, and experienced elements like self-doubts, feeling disconnected from the practice, as that is the topics Thorn Mooney speaks a lot about in the book, so it would help the reader to relate to the content.
I would wholeheartedly recommend this book, especially for solitary witches who feel like they miss that one special witch friend, they could talk to about their practice or experienced some roadblocks and looking for solution to be able to keep moving forwards.
Magick & Witchcraft