Jun 2, 2007
One of the perpetual complaints among Wiccans and Pagans is that of the books available, there are so many primers and so few advanced books.
Meanwhile, I have a personal theory that one of the ways to measure a person's spiritual development is to look at the level of things that they fuss about. If someone is fussing about the style of robe a priest chooses to wear while someone else is trying to tackle a real issue, might that be a clue?
If you want some advanced stuff, there is one author I will recommend to anyone who is ready for him. One book in particular is a challenge - but it is worthwhile. It opened my eyes.
And what would you look for in an "advanced book"? And what makes it so advanced?
Some will think that there's a "magickal book" that separates the real ones from the wanna-be's. On occasion, you'll come across someone seeking the "super-book" which will open new gateways to enlightenment. They'll still be looking a long time from now. That sort of accomplishment comes from within - not from a book.
But, there is a book that helped me change the way I looked at things, especially spiritual things. It let em see new doors to open and explore, and it also got me to go back and look into doors I thought that I had already seen - and re-open some that I had thought I needed to close.
Powerful - if you're ready for it.