Publisher Crossed Crow Books says on its website:
"The four elements of earth, air, fire, and water have become hallmarks of many branches of modern witchcraft, yet most books only scratch the surface when it comes to exploring these powers in greater detail. In The Way of Four, practicing witch Deborah Lipp takes the reader on an in-depth exploration of each of these four elements, showing the seeker how to connect with them through a series of magical exercises, techniques, spells, and rituals. This book will prove to be a valuable resource for the new witch looking to build an active magical practice or the more seasoned practitioner who might be looking to further intensify their existing practice."
That description mentioned that this book is ideal for new witches as well as those with more experience. It includes both basic lessons and some advanced techniques, but I think even those who have been practicing witchcraft for decades can benefit from a brief return to basics once in a while. It can help to reconsider what might have got out of balance in our lives over the years or even decades. Deborah Lipp offers some excellent techniques for that re-evaluation and achieving what we desire through both mundane work and through magic.
You can find out more about The Way of Four on Amazon and at publisher Crossed Crow Books' website: https://www.crossedcrowbooks.com/ (Note: I earn commission from advertisers for some links. This helps support my blog at no extra cost to those who read my posts.)
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