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Explore your Inner Temple--your personal sacred space where there are no boundaries and all things are possible. With study, dedication, and practice, the lessons and exercises in this book will empower you to transform the repetitive rigors of the daily grind into a witch's web of magickal experiences. The Inner Temple of Witchcraft is a thorough course of education, intro Explore your Inner Temple--your personal sacred space where there are no boundaries and all things are possible. With study, dedication, and practice, the lessons and exercises in this book will empower you to transform the repetitive rigors of the daily grind into a witch's web of magickal experiences. The Inner Temple of Witchcraft is a thorough course of education, introspection, meditation, and the development of the magickal and psychic abilities that are the birthright of the witch. Four introductory chapters present the history, traditions, and principles of witchcraft, followed by thirteen lessons that start with basic meditation techniques and culminate in a self-initiation ceremony equivalent to the first-degree level of traditional coven-based witchcraft. As you progress through this year-and-a-day course of study, you will explore a wide range of topics that support and inform the dedicated witch: Ancient and modern magickal philosophy Modern scientific theories supporting a new definition of reality "Instant" magick techniques for protection, healing, and serenity Energy work and anatomy, including chakras and auras Astral travel, dreams, and spirit guides Healing techniques for body, mind, and spirit This book's non-dogmatic presentation encourages an eclectic, personal approach while providing a strong foundation for the practice of witchcraft and magick. Develop your psychic abilities and practice potent magickal techniques as you explore the source of every witch's power--the temple within. Winner of the 2003 Coalition of Visionary Resources (COVR) Award for Best Magic Book

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Explore your Inner Temple--your personal sacred space where there are no boundaries and all things are possible. With study, dedication, and practice, the lessons and exercises in this book will empower you to transform the repetitive rigors of the daily grind into a witch's web of magickal experiences. The Inner Temple of Witchcraft is a thorough course of education, intro Explore your Inner Temple--your personal sacred space where there are no boundaries and all things are possible. With study, dedication, and practice, the lessons and exercises in this book will empower you to transform the repetitive rigors of the daily grind into a witch's web of magickal experiences. The Inner Temple of Witchcraft is a thorough course of education, introspection, meditation, and the development of the magickal and psychic abilities that are the birthright of the witch. Four introductory chapters present the history, traditions, and principles of witchcraft, followed by thirteen lessons that start with basic meditation techniques and culminate in a self-initiation ceremony equivalent to the first-degree level of traditional coven-based witchcraft. As you progress through this year-and-a-day course of study, you will explore a wide range of topics that support and inform the dedicated witch: Ancient and modern magickal philosophy Modern scientific theories supporting a new definition of reality "Instant" magick techniques for protection, healing, and serenity Energy work and anatomy, including chakras and auras Astral travel, dreams, and spirit guides Healing techniques for body, mind, and spirit This book's non-dogmatic presentation encourages an eclectic, personal approach while providing a strong foundation for the practice of witchcraft and magick. Develop your psychic abilities and practice potent magickal techniques as you explore the source of every witch's power--the temple within. Winner of the 2003 Coalition of Visionary Resources (COVR) Award for Best Magic Book

30 review for The Inner Temple of Witchcraft: Magick, Meditation and Psychic Development

  1. 5 out of 5

    Dawn Michele

    I have read many, many books on witchcraft and always felt lacked depth and real meaning. I am a deep thinker and seek meaning behind the meaning. The Inner Temple of Witchcraft has got to be the best book on the basics of witchcraft that I have ever read. I am really impressed with how Christopher presents information from his own research and personal experience. Christopher comes across as genuine and down to earth. He doesn't come across as holier than thou by any stretch but is very knowled I have read many, many books on witchcraft and always felt lacked depth and real meaning. I am a deep thinker and seek meaning behind the meaning. The Inner Temple of Witchcraft has got to be the best book on the basics of witchcraft that I have ever read. I am really impressed with how Christopher presents information from his own research and personal experience. Christopher comes across as genuine and down to earth. He doesn't come across as holier than thou by any stretch but is very knowledgeable on the subject of witchcraft and magic. Just about each chapter has at least one exercise, most have more than one, and if you used these exercises you will definitely develop your abilities...there's no doubt about it. The exercises allow you to experience for yourself the information taught in the chapter. This gives you a deeper connection allowing you to internalize and emotionalize rather than just intellectualizing. This is a must for anyone seeking a deeper understanding of the craft. Dawn Michele www.aurora-dawn.com

  2. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca

    This is my absolute favourite book. Fiction, non-fiction, religious or not, it is the best I have ever read and I go back to it all the time. The format for me worked wonderfully; I NEED a structured, timed lesson guide for me to have a consistent practice. This book literally changed the way I practice my spirituality. The introduction grabbed my interest right away. Penczak writes about how he got into the Craft, and how he was sceptical at first. He was very scientific about his practices, whic This is my absolute favourite book. Fiction, non-fiction, religious or not, it is the best I have ever read and I go back to it all the time. The format for me worked wonderfully; I NEED a structured, timed lesson guide for me to have a consistent practice. This book literally changed the way I practice my spirituality. The introduction grabbed my interest right away. Penczak writes about how he got into the Craft, and how he was sceptical at first. He was very scientific about his practices, which really spoke to me as a person who LOVES science. In Chapter One, he talks about what a witch is and how witchcraft is really three-fold: it's a science, an art, and a spirituality. The history section of this book (Chapter Two) seems fairly accurate as well. The next chapter discusses traditions where the one after that talks about 'mystery schools' and the Witches Pyramid. From there, the book is divided into twelve lessons with a thirteenth serving as an initiation. All of the chapters are great, with additional readings and exercises (though some of the exercises do require a partner, which I did not have). But the absolute best chapter in this entire book is the one discussing the Inner Temple. He gives a detailed explanation of what this is, how to access it and how to use it for your benefit. This chapter alone is worth the price of the book, for me anyways. I found the Inner Temple exercise so incredibly helpful I use it frequently. I definitely recommend buying this book. Even though I didn't agree with Penczak about everything, I found his book helpful, insightful and enjoyable to read.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Loran (Algonquiins)

    How many wonderful things can I say about this book? It was completely different than all other books I have read on Wicca. The book is structured in a way that allows you to build off of each lesson easily and reinforces what you have already learned. Inner Temple focuses completely on mental practices of the Craft and it really works nicely to have an extremely detailed book about one area instead of a small focus on lots of areas. But what I liked most about this book is it seeks out to scien How many wonderful things can I say about this book? It was completely different than all other books I have read on Wicca. The book is structured in a way that allows you to build off of each lesson easily and reinforces what you have already learned. Inner Temple focuses completely on mental practices of the Craft and it really works nicely to have an extremely detailed book about one area instead of a small focus on lots of areas. But what I liked most about this book is it seeks out to scientifically explain why practices work. Christopher Penczak doesn't just say "Magic Works". He gives you proof for why it works and he gives you exercises that help you come to believe it yourself because they are simple and start with things most people already do and don't realize it. I also love that he comes off as very humble and friendly (unlike other writers on the subject *cough Silver Ravenwolf). I highly recommend Inner Temple of Witchcraft for people looking for a more in-depth unique take on the subject but also for people who might need a 'little more' proof :)

  4. 4 out of 5

    Scott

    What's missing from Occult and Magickal writing? A solid foundation. The Inner Temple of Witchcraft is well thought, written, and applied. If one were to take the lessons, commit to the year and a day, and work with the lessons here that all point inward, the magickal thing that occurs is the "Inner Temple." This is one of the real leaping points into the magickal and mystical experiences. I have been working with the lessons of this series of books for many years, I'm at the Living Temple Serie What's missing from Occult and Magickal writing? A solid foundation. The Inner Temple of Witchcraft is well thought, written, and applied. If one were to take the lessons, commit to the year and a day, and work with the lessons here that all point inward, the magickal thing that occurs is the "Inner Temple." This is one of the real leaping points into the magickal and mystical experiences. I have been working with the lessons of this series of books for many years, I'm at the Living Temple Series, and the foundation work that they all represent, hits the mythological and the personal, providing the framework to awaken the real magickal experience. Emphasis on Perfect Love and Perfect Trust, knowing oneself, interacting with the universe, balance, and an integration modern and ancient perspectives and lore, you won't find many books like this, and you wont benefit from them in the same way. Well worth the commitment and read.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Devon

    If you are looking for a non-denominational witchcraft book, this is not it. This is definitely a “Wicca 101” book, wherein the author uses “Wicca” and “witchcraft” interchangeably and his personal beliefs are presented as fact and must-haves for practicing witchcraft and any sort of energy or magic craft. I wish I had known this when the book was recommended to me, as the surprise (and annoyance) I felt when I started reading has coloured my opinion of the book as a whole. I believe the author If you are looking for a non-denominational witchcraft book, this is not it. This is definitely a “Wicca 101” book, wherein the author uses “Wicca” and “witchcraft” interchangeably and his personal beliefs are presented as fact and must-haves for practicing witchcraft and any sort of energy or magic craft. I wish I had known this when the book was recommended to me, as the surprise (and annoyance) I felt when I started reading has coloured my opinion of the book as a whole. I believe the author was trying to be fair and open with readers, but I don’t feel he gives readers enough resources within the text to fact-check or read more. The bibliography in the back is almost exclusively Wiccan and neo-Wiccan texts. The history sections I found laughable, with no footnotes to back up what are presented as facts. I couldn’t help but be annoyed with the way the author brought in “scholars” as an afterthought. I also found he often presented scholars (and scientists, in some sections) in a rather “late to the party” sort of way, lauding the “ancients” as being so ahead of their time. I had big problems with the description of various paths and practices – the definition of Asatru, for example, is very wrong and readers are not notified when a certain tradition is closed or the act of taking on a certain tradition would be appropriative. While I didn’t care for the bulk of the text, many of the exercises were useful. I had to adjust them to fit my own needs (as I am not Wiccan and do not believe in dualistic, binaried divinity), but the basic components are as good as I had been led to believe.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Torey

    I ordered the entire Temple of Witchcraft series at once - and, of course, I picked up this one first to start at the beginning. As a practitioner for over eleven years, I was pleased that Penczak addresses the core building blocks of the magickal path and lifestyle - one key area of focus being meditation. However, my only real criticism is that the book is possibly 'too' basic - almost every other 'Wicca 101' book that I have read presents more 'hands-on' work than does ITOW. I was a bit disapp I ordered the entire Temple of Witchcraft series at once - and, of course, I picked up this one first to start at the beginning. As a practitioner for over eleven years, I was pleased that Penczak addresses the core building blocks of the magickal path and lifestyle - one key area of focus being meditation. However, my only real criticism is that the book is possibly 'too' basic - almost every other 'Wicca 101' book that I have read presents more 'hands-on' work than does ITOW. I was a bit disappointed in that the book really doesn't 'reach out' and grab the reader - if I were new to Wicca and reading this book (as a first-time Wicca course), I would immediately lose interest in Wicca altogether if this book were all that I had to go by. A general criticism of Penczak's Temple of Witchcraft series is that he spends far too many opening chapters presenting history lessons. As interesting as the history of Witchcraft may be, I don't really see that it deserves an entire chapter in every one of his books. That aside, it's a nice read for those looking to brush up on their basics and meditation skills.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Raine Hill

    Penczak, regardless of how scholarly he is as a human being, has a style of writing that allows everyone from the complete novice to the adept to grasp his theories and concepts so that the reader may incorporate his teachings into their practice. I highly recommend his Temple series -- along with his companion meditation CDs by the same names. They will, literally, open up new worlds for the reader.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Kosjitov

    Fantastic book overall, worthy of 4.5 stars but I can't award halfs. Pros: Even tone, no abuse of personal anecdotes. Some history of European groups and practices included. Discussion of brain waves and a nice overview of meditation techniques. Very nice introduction to NON wicca related spiritual paths! Basic techniques and descriptions of magic, prayer, auras, ect. Exercises for beginners included. Cons: Beginners may suffer from information overload. Wish some sections had been given more detail! Heft Fantastic book overall, worthy of 4.5 stars but I can't award halfs. Pros: Even tone, no abuse of personal anecdotes. Some history of European groups and practices included. Discussion of brain waves and a nice overview of meditation techniques. Very nice introduction to NON wicca related spiritual paths! Basic techniques and descriptions of magic, prayer, auras, ect. Exercises for beginners included. Cons: Beginners may suffer from information overload. Wish some sections had been given more detail! Hefty read but worthy of your time and a place on a permanent shelf. As with everything relating to witchcraft and the occult, I tell others to read with discerning eyes. Chris puts forth quite a bit of info and gives you 300 or so pages to digest it. Overall, I enjoyed it, but there were a few hiccups along the way I did not care for. Counseling people to avoid sending bad energies back to the sender, asking the divine self for permission for things... I felt really to be encouraging meekness. I suppose it is the ethical thing to do, from a writer standpoint, but after a while the constant reminders that things should be done "for the greatest good" kind of makes you want to barf. Not all witches are good. Not all witches play by the rules listed within, so be advised.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Mackenzie

    This book has loads of very useful information. I am about to read the part of the book with the author's lessons, but I noticed something that I thought should be brought to everyone's attention. The author uses the following terms interchangeably: "Witch" / "Wiccan" And "Witchcraft" / "Wicca" The terms, however, are not synonymous. Not all witches are Wiccan, and not all Wiccans are witches. Witches practice witchcraft, and Wiccans follow the religion of Wicca. They can go hand-in-hand, but often tim This book has loads of very useful information. I am about to read the part of the book with the author's lessons, but I noticed something that I thought should be brought to everyone's attention. The author uses the following terms interchangeably: "Witch" / "Wiccan" And "Witchcraft" / "Wicca" The terms, however, are not synonymous. Not all witches are Wiccan, and not all Wiccans are witches. Witches practice witchcraft, and Wiccans follow the religion of Wicca. They can go hand-in-hand, but often times do not. Also, witchcraft and Wicca are very much different. Wicca is a branch of paganism, while witchcraft is the practice and study of magick. The author has a very Wiccan approach to his craft. And that is absolutely wonderful! But for the people who read the book who are not interested in incorporating aspects of Wicca into their craft, I thought they should know. With that being said, and all that aside, the material provided is very informative. If you decide to pick up and read this book, please do so with the above notes in mind. Also, I encourage anyone on their spiritual path to read multiple books on the subject. So please, on top of this one, read other books so you may amass a plethora of knowledge and can make the best choices for your spiritual path.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Liese-l

    While this book is on witchcraft, it takes a very Wiccan approach, and makes the assumption that witchcraft is something only practiced by Wiccans. This is definitely false! However, despite this, the exercises for developing one's magical abilities are excellent. Even if you are not Wiccan, like me, I would still recommend this if only for the exercises and discussions on how magic works (you'll just have to ignore the parts that say magic is attached to the Rede or the God and Goddess).

  11. 5 out of 5

    Paganfamilyof4

    This is quite literally the WORST bunch of "fluff witchcraft" it has ever been my misfortune to read. If it wasn't against every fiber of my being to burn books this would have been blazing with my last cigarette! The 1 word to best discribe my reaction to this book and still remain family friendly...."CRAP!"

  12. 5 out of 5

    Cinnimini

    This is the first in the series and I think it was a good intro book. Lots of good exercises and good info. Over all I would recommend it to those starting out in the Craft.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Aline

    This was amazing! So in-depth + with exercises.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Agnes

    Christopher Penczak's books are packed with a TON of good information, and he encourages readers/students to seek out other authors and traditions and point of view. He is one of the few highly ethical authors in spirituality, and I greatly respect him for this. The lessons are dense, but easy to follow and implement.

  15. 5 out of 5

    C267

    I will not be posting any reviews cause they will all be biased. I like this author. I like his style of writing so I don't really care what anyone has to say. Unless it is nice :P sorry just how it is.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Jaqui

    Reached the end of this book only to turn it over and start again.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Lyn

    I found his writing style very comforting, it felt like we were sitting at a table discussing witchcraft over a cup of coffee. The book was very informative and offered many learning opportunities.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Justin

    This seemed like a pretty ordinary (although quite comprehensive) introduction to Magick. The exercises didn't grab me as much as those in other books.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Maggi Horseman

    one of the best intro primers out there.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Nicholas

    Overall, I really like that this book starts as the initial book and focuses on internal development, rather than ritual and spell formulas.

  21. 4 out of 5

    heather hammond

    Love it I love his writing style. I feel like the information is very deep and thorough, yet easy to grasp. Recommend!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Jason D

    Great! It went well with the class.

  23. 4 out of 5

    J.T.K. Gibbs

    A reference for more than Wicca. A genuine, practical approach to any spiritual path!

  24. 4 out of 5

    Shannon

    Great read, but I would say that if you’re tactile and like to more easily go back and refer and tab pages and make notes, (especially as it’s set up kind of like a course) maybe don’t get the kindle version... It’s a very good beginner witchcraft book and also if you want to get more in touch with tuning in psychically. Christopher has a good way of speaking to beginners and those just refreshing their practice. It’s instructional but also not terribly dry in its instruction. I’m going to get th Great read, but I would say that if you’re tactile and like to more easily go back and refer and tab pages and make notes, (especially as it’s set up kind of like a course) maybe don’t get the kindle version... It’s a very good beginner witchcraft book and also if you want to get more in touch with tuning in psychically. Christopher has a good way of speaking to beginners and those just refreshing their practice. It’s instructional but also not terribly dry in its instruction. I’m going to get the non-digital copy at some point, as well as the subsequent books in this series.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Erth

    Helpful

  26. 4 out of 5

    Maureen

    For anyone who wants to explore the resurgence of pagan/witchcraft practices and studies, I don't think you can find anyone better than Christopher Penczak. For me, especially when living in Chicago with access to the Theosophical Society Center, this was a good way to learn of the older religious practices as efforts to really understand how much of the Roman Catholic religion I was raised in (pre Council) drew its roots from the Pagan it sought to absorb. (This study was not just centered on ' For anyone who wants to explore the resurgence of pagan/witchcraft practices and studies, I don't think you can find anyone better than Christopher Penczak. For me, especially when living in Chicago with access to the Theosophical Society Center, this was a good way to learn of the older religious practices as efforts to really understand how much of the Roman Catholic religion I was raised in (pre Council) drew its roots from the Pagan it sought to absorb. (This study was not just centered on 'magic'. While in school and with access to an excellent Irish Studies program I was very interested in how the Celtic resurgence informed by work of people like Yeats and Lady Gregory helped to restore the old gaelic identity, as well as the 'women's studies' reaching back to early goddess studies, such as Marija Gimbutas, Diane Wolkstein for her Inanna, and the several works of Pat Monaghan, especially her 2 volume encyclopedia and who I was fortunate to know through a a friend and as part of a poetry workshop she ran at this great (now gone) bookstore off North / Sheridan in Chicago. Like Chris, I was raised in the old RC religion (strong Irish to his Italian) and studied yoga. This book is a very very good basic background and explanation of the ritual and beliefs that inform the study of magick / witchcraft, not to mention the diversity of groups and their distinctions. Personally, I prefer some of his other books--but this is a good introduction which does have his very open point of view and wide span of studies to inform it.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Janina

    I saw Christopher Penczak last year in October at Celebrate Samhain in Peterborough, NH. I listened to him give a talk about a book he had just published, "The Three Rays of Witchcraft" and I thought: This guy is going to change my life. And so far, he has. I've been to four rituals that his group, The Temple of Witchcraft, has put on in Salem, NH, I've become an honorary member and now I have become a student as I am taking Witchcraft I with his High Priestess. We are working our way through th I saw Christopher Penczak last year in October at Celebrate Samhain in Peterborough, NH. I listened to him give a talk about a book he had just published, "The Three Rays of Witchcraft" and I thought: This guy is going to change my life. And so far, he has. I've been to four rituals that his group, The Temple of Witchcraft, has put on in Salem, NH, I've become an honorary member and now I have become a student as I am taking Witchcraft I with his High Priestess. We are working our way through this book and it is absolutely amazing, as is Christopher and his High Priestess, Alix. I look forward to continuing my studies until I become an HP myself! The Inner Temple of Witchcraft is easily accessible. Christopher gives you the tools to transform your life without shaking a finger at you and telling you "You must do this or else!" He is a gentle teacher (as is Alix) and he is realistic as well. He gives plenty of background information with suggestions to explore more (and includes what books to read to do just that). This is an amazing book, Christopher is an amazing guy, and his Temple is, you guessed it, amazing.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Alex Wilson

    As a relative newcomer to this Path, I found The Inner Temple of Witchcraft to be an incredible resource and a relief from all those books that tell you that you MUST do something so-and-so's way. Mr. Penczak introduces a not-so-revolutionary concept here: You use what works for YOU. If that means borrowing from the Native Americans, the Buddhists or the New Agers, so be it. There is no "pure" tradition of witchcraft. Finally, an author who admits that! This book takes you through the spiritual s As a relative newcomer to this Path, I found The Inner Temple of Witchcraft to be an incredible resource and a relief from all those books that tell you that you MUST do something so-and-so's way. Mr. Penczak introduces a not-so-revolutionary concept here: You use what works for YOU. If that means borrowing from the Native Americans, the Buddhists or the New Agers, so be it. There is no "pure" tradition of witchcraft. Finally, an author who admits that! This book takes you through the spiritual search for your own place of power within. That's something missing in a lot of Witchcraft cookbooks today. The entire point of Mr. Penczak's book is to teach witches to build the Inner Temple as a necessary foundation for their outer workings. People may not want to admit this but Wicca is a SPIRITUAL path. How can you partner with the Divine if you haven't met Her? This book was written for those interested in a balanced and eclectic practice who may not have access to formal training. His writing reads as if he is speaking directly to you. With its year-and-a-day format, I think it's an appropriate substitute for the first level training that many of us want and few of us can find.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Erik Akre

    You've gotta love Christopher Penczak. He is unfailingly positive and kind in his encouragement on the witch's path. The book is packed with really interesting (although shallow) expositions of psychological, spiritual, shamanic, and magickal information. It's a fun read if you're interested in that stuff; extremely inspiring and exciting, although--again--without very meaningful depth. The book is an introduction, and a barrage of topics are presented, each with exercises for practice. The book You've gotta love Christopher Penczak. He is unfailingly positive and kind in his encouragement on the witch's path. The book is packed with really interesting (although shallow) expositions of psychological, spiritual, shamanic, and magickal information. It's a fun read if you're interested in that stuff; extremely inspiring and exciting, although--again--without very meaningful depth. The book is an introduction, and a barrage of topics are presented, each with exercises for practice. The book is a "program" of thirteen moons, leading to an initiation at the end. (I felt this was perhaps a superficial way to reach that level, but Penczak is great with the Wiccan idea of whatever-works-for-you, within his definition of witchcraft of course.) I found that a) the book was fun to read, and b) the exercises were hard to stick with (although I genuinely tried.) For me, it was a book to devour and then move on from. In other words, mostly just entertainment. Not strictly a "Wiccan" book. Maybe use this as a launching pad, from which to fly elsewhere for more thorough and meaningful information. (There is a great bibliography included.)

  30. 4 out of 5

    Polly

    Had Christopher Penczak's brilliant works been published decades ago, I would not have struggled at all in exploring, learning and living my path! Penczak's writing style is amazing and well-suited for beginners and highly experienced Witches alike. Nothing is left "to the imagination". The reasoning or science behind our abilities and goals is clearly stated, along with perfectly executed personal exercises to build ourselves from WITHIN - the very backbone of successful Witchcrafting. I will re Had Christopher Penczak's brilliant works been published decades ago, I would not have struggled at all in exploring, learning and living my path! Penczak's writing style is amazing and well-suited for beginners and highly experienced Witches alike. Nothing is left "to the imagination". The reasoning or science behind our abilities and goals is clearly stated, along with perfectly executed personal exercises to build ourselves from WITHIN - the very backbone of successful Witchcrafting. I will read and re-read this book several times, and look forward to delving into the accompanying books Penczak has authored in this series. Out of the dozens of "Craft-related" books I have read, If I had to recommend just ONE to those considering a Pagan or Earth-based path, it would be this one. The introductions also offer excellent explanations for those who are simply seeking to comprehend true Witchcraft, whether they choose to practice or not. Even if you're not seeking to become a Witch, working through the self-strengthening activities can be of great benefit to your overall well-being, health and outlook.

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