The Wiccan Minister's Manual, A Guide for Priests and Priestesses
"The Wiccan Minister's Manual, A Guide For Priests andPriestesses, " was inspired as a training aid for those who would like tobecome Wiccan Ministers, as well as an aid for Wiccan/Pagan Priests andPriestesses. The Craft is evolving, becoming more and more accepted by society,and there is beginning to be a definite distinction between Wiccan Laity andWiccan Clergy. Part One - Guidance - Making the spiritual connection topersonal deity through love, prayer, meditation, ritual, and myth and how toguide others to create their own personal connections. Part Two - Wiccanreligious philosophy and guidance - How to live a spiritual life in the modernworld. Part Three - various methods of healing mind, body and spirit -Including some legal pit-falls to avoid, plus chapter eleven presents anextensive discourse on Pastoral Counseling. Part Four deals with psychicself-defense and rituals of protection. Including House Clearings, Banishings,and Exorcism. Additionally, the author explains what to look for and what tolook out for while determining if an exorcism is really needed or if the clientis suffering from psychosis and is in need of a professional therapist. PartFive focuses upon the spiritual support roles. It covers, dealing with deathand dying, Funerals, Prison Ministry, Legal requirements of doing Handfastingsin all 50 states, plus a discourse on whether or not to incorporate. This workbegins to fill yet another gap in this area of the Wiccan religious structureas it brings back much of the older knowledge and philosophy that seems to bewaning from the collective Wiccan memory.Reviewed by Edain McCoy; "Kevin, I received my copy of"Wiccan Minister's Manual" It's terrific! You cover everything...Personally, I think you did a great job at making your book useful to alltrads."
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