Magic, herbalism, alchemy, the joys and terrors of running our occult shop (Lodestone & Lady's Mantle), life in a mountain village, and Pagan life in general.
O_o Well... maybe throwing the book back and forth in some sort of aerobic... ok... or maybe... I give. Whiskey tango foxtrot? Are you sure she meant Reiki?
I am, unfortunately, quite sure that she meant reiki. Just keep this conversation in mind when you see Reiki classes available (at $400 a pop) at your local messy-physical stores.
oh no! I've felt that way in some classes I've been in before- Like I want to see each teacher's education and experience list prior to them trying to share "knowledge" with me. I once went to a weight watchers meeting where the counselor told us sometimes she just eats a bag of "wow" (fat free) potatoe chips for dinner. um, how's that healthy?
I've worked in a bookstore too a couple of years back and I know this type of customer. It's gutting it keeps happening.I had one that asked me where we keep the 'satan books, you know... like magic and stuff' so yeah... *sigh*
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