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On today’s episode of the A Pinch of Magick podcast I’m joined by Sabrina Scott who’s latest book Curse and Cure: Magic for real life is now available to purchase from Amazon.
During the episode we discuss what it’s like to live a magickal life.
- What it means to have personal agency in life and magick
- Sabrina’s experience of traditional publishing and self-publishing her magickal material
- Witch communities
- On-line vs off-line communities
- Sabrina shares her definition of magick
- Our philosophies for life
- Magick in action
- Energetic health
- Manifestation – but not as you might know it
- The importance of mindset
- The one thing Sabrina wishes every one would know
- And the one thing Sabrina would want everyone to do
Book: Curse and Cure: Available on Amazon
About Sabrina Scott
Sabrina Scott has been reading tarot and doing witchcraft for more than twenty years.
She went to her ﬁrst séance at eight years old, and grew up in Modern American Spiritualism.
Sabrina’s witchcraft practice is deeply intuitive and mediumistic, with a focus on trance, ecstasy, and communing with the dead.
Sabrina sees magic as a way of building relationships with non-human beings, and as a way of healing and grounding the body, mind, and soul.
Sabrina owns and operates a successful spiritual teaching and consulting business, with clientele worldwide.
Her online courses and group coaching programs, Tarot Without Bullshit and Magic Without Bullshit, have helped hundreds of students build skills and confidence in their spiritual and divinatory practices.
In addition to her professional spiritual work, Sabrina is also a PhD candidate in Science and Technology Studies at York University, where she is working on a project about contemporary witchcraft as a popular science method for improving health outcomes for persons with developmental trauma.
Sabrina’s ﬁrst graphic novel, Witchbody, was nominated for the Doug Wright Awards, the biggest comics award series in Canada. It is currently taught in university curriculum in the United States, Canada, and the UK.
Sabrina’s work has been featured in various documentaries, magazines, and other news/media outlets, including films produced by Barcroft TV and Vice. Media appearances include those in the BBC, Nylon, Yahoo!, Refinery29, Broadly, Witches Magazine, Torontoist, FemRadio, and more.
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