Color, Form, and Magic
Use the Power of Aesthetics for Creative and Magical Work
by Nicole Pivirotto
This title was previously available on NetGalley and is now archived.
Pub Date 07 Sep 2021 | Archive Date 06 Sep 2021
We work with the power of color and form on a daily basis, from what we wear to how we decorate our spaces. This book unveils how colors, shapes, and symbols are powerful tools for not only creative work, but any magic or ritual practice. In this accessible guide, designer and intuitive Nicole Pivirotto breaks down how these visual elements can help you amplify your personal potential and manifest intentions. Friendly chapters overview the basics of getting started with magic, cultural associations and metaphysical properties of familiar shapes and colors, and spell ideas that use color and form - including meditation, candle-etching, and altar building. Delivered through Pivirotto's fresh voice and modern aesthetic, this unique resource is a beautiful gift for mystics with a love of bold color and design.
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Average rating from 5 members
This book takes an empathetic approach and gives bite size approaches and allows you to have kindness and patience with yourself when dealing with life. This is so necessary for everyone to read in life. Highly recommend. Especially loved the reflection to true life to humanize my feelings and relate. I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily.
Color, Form, and Magic by by Nicole Pivirotto is an aesthetically pleasing introduction to modern witchcraft. The author is also a graphic designer, and her personal touches are evident throughout the book. The author begins with an overview of color theory and provides insights into the traits and emotions evoked by each color. The second section introduces symbolism in witchcraft. The rest of the book is dedicated to introducing the basics of witchcraft and some suggestions for color spells and rituals. While I think author’s introduction to witchcraft is better than many of the current “how to be a witch books”, I do find myself wishing that she had instead chosen to create a more extensive guide to color and symbolism. The author also has created The Prism Oracle deck that pairs nicely with the book. I did order the oracle deck and am currently working with it. *I received a free eArc provided by the publisher and NetGalley.
A short book for beginners wishing to build colour corespondents knowledge. Includes introduction to symbols and spell crafting. A not so bad further reading list is provided. *A little bit Wiccan gatekeeperish *eArc provided by the publisher and NetGalley