“Honoring rituals rooted in religion, astrology, history, and science, this fun and practical ‘modern guide to ancient self-care’ encourages closer communion with one’s inner and outer worlds.”

—Oprah Magazine (in 11 of 2018's Best Books to Give as Gifts)

“There's a healing ritual for every seasonin this book. Whether you need a how-to guide for forest bathing, are curious about crystals, or aren't sure how you're supposed to act when the moon is full, there's something for you to learn in here.”

—Refinery29 (in 10 New Wellness Books That'll Make You Feel Good)


"The Spirit Almanac is equal parts practical and magical, giving anybody the tools to ritualize their life and connect to the wisdom within."
—Ruby Warrington, Founder of The Numinous and author of Material Girl, Mystical World

"If you're seeking to create an accessible, meaningful relationship with yourself via your personal practices, the science-based and spirit-rich offerings in Spirit Almanac are calling to you. This well-researched and articulate compendium of modern ways to respect and welcome ancient traditions hadn't been created—until now. With our current (and for many of us, necessary) always-on relationship to tech and media, this book offers the perfect course correction. I've folded and marked up almost every page for myself and for my future teachings." 

—Elena Brower, author of best-selling Practice You and Art of Attention


“There’s a lot of information out there regarding esoteric self care, wellness, and rituals. I hear from so many people stuck with the overwhelm of ‘Where do they come from, how do they work, do they work, where do I start?’. This almanac is a grounded and comprehensive map to the realm of the natural and phenomenal.”
–Amanda Chantal Bacon, Founder of Moon Juice and author of The Moon Juice Cookbook: Cook Cosmically for Body, Beauty, and Consciousness

“What struck me most about the The Spirit Almanac is the way it presents a myriad of traditions, practices, rituals and voices in the most grounded and practical of ways.  It is totally inclusive and can work for anyone who wants to bring more sacredness and intentionality to their lives. It is a handbook and guidebook for anyone wanting more from life than work and computers and Netflix and the gym....it's a way to find deeper meaning in your life.  A way into the heart of what it means to be a human and honor every step of the way.”

—Alexandra Roxo, Co-Founder of Moon Club

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