: To consider circumstances, especially those that can not be changed, as satisfactory.
: A treatment for pain and illness in which thin needles are positioned just under the surface of the skin at special points around the body to affect the flow of lifeforce in specific ways. Acupuncture is said to have originated in China.
: A master in the practice of the magickal arts or someone fully accomplished in sprititual mysticism.
: A positive statement affirming or asserting something to help manifest it in the physical world.
: The transmutation of base metals into gold. Symbolic of the transforming the base aspects of character into spiritual "gold".
All Hallow's Eve
: October 31st. One of the eight Pagan great festivals. Also called Samhain, Feast of the Dead. A time to remember and honor those who have passed, and to celebrate the beginning of the dark half of the year.
: A table used in magical practice and Pagan worship.
: Charms, tokens, or fetishes carried or worn for protection, or to bring certain things such as good luck to the wearer.
: The energetic double (one of the "four bodies" of man), that can be released from the body to travel at the sender's will, or during sleep.
: An athame is a knife used in magical rituals & ceremonies to direct energy. It is never used for cutting.
: A mythical isle from pre-history said to have sunk after a cataclysm. It's inhabitants were said to possess a high culture and technology. Telepathy etc may have been the norm.
The energy field around all things, both animate and inanimate. The colors of the aura can reflect a person's mood, health, and more.
: From the Sanskrit for "passing down" or "passing over," an avatar (sometimes avatara) describes the descent to earth of a deity, or of the Deity, in material, usually human, form. Thus, a Teacher so labeled is believed to be a direct and conscious incarnation of the Divine, born without any karmic baggage, come to earth for a specific purpose, such as to establish a new spiritual path or way.