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Hexes, Curses, Psychic Attacks, Crossings. What are they? Are they real? We'll talk about how they happen, and how we'll know if someone has cursed or hexed us. What is the difference between them. Can we hex or curse ourselves? What is a psychic attack? What is a crossing? We'll learn how to Identify, Cleanse, and Heal from Hexes, Curses, and Psychic Attacks and how to protect ourselves. Recommendations for removing negative energy is what Katrina Rasbold will be providing us with her insight and knowledge as she has provided insightful, accurate and helpful life path consultations to clients for over thirty years. She has worked with teachers and mentors all over the world, including three years of training in England and two years of practice in the Marianas Islands.
Katrina Rasbold is the author of twenty-eight books on various aspects of the magical arts. Her newest book, Uncrossing: Identifying and Healing from Identify, Cleanse, and Heal from Hexes, Curses, and Psychic Attacks releases (released) on August 8, 2021, through Llewellyn Worldwide. She also pens the popular fictional series, "The Seven Sisters of Avalon," as well as other fiction and non-fictional works. Born in the hills of Kentucky and raised among folk magic, Katrina studied the magical arts all over the world before settling in her current home in the remote mountains of California. She has lectured at Pantheacon in San Jose, Sacramento Pagan Pride and PanGaia Festival in Fair Oaks, California and currently offers online and in-person classes. She and her husband, Eric, are co-creators of the CUSP spiritual path and are co-authors of the Bio-Universal Energy Series. Their first book, Energy Magic, spent several weeks on the Amazon Best Seller list in the category of Neopaganism upon its release in 2013. Eric and Katrina own Crossroads Metaphysical Store in Shingle Springs, California where they offer their handmade magical products and services such as spellcasting, teaching, healing, and cleansing. She and Eric have six adult children who are grown up and loose out there in the world.