Dancing with Dragons

Dancing with Dragons Why do all cultures distant and diverse have similar tales of dragons Universal wisdom confirms dragons have interacted with people since time immemorial they call to us pique our curiosity and ar

  • Title: Dancing with Dragons
  • Author: D.J. Conway
  • ISBN: 9781567181654
  • Page: 232
  • Format: Paperback
  • Why do all cultures, distant and diverse, have similar tales of dragons Universal wisdom confirms dragons have interacted with people since time immemorial they call to us, pique our curiosity, and arouse our fears These mystical beasts are real and their power, their influence, and especially their magick can be captured Building upon rituals and drawing on their enerWhy do all cultures, distant and diverse, have similar tales of dragons Universal wisdom confirms dragons have interacted with people since time immemorial they call to us, pique our curiosity, and arouse our fears These mystical beasts are real and their power, their influence, and especially their magick can be captured Building upon rituals and drawing on their energy, learn to befriend these inspirational creatures and become partners with them on a spiritual journey Move with them, learn from them, dance in perfect human dragon syncopation Praise A unique, one of a kind tome and a welcome addition to the growing body of metaphysical lore MIDWEST BOOK REVIEW A personal devotion and an academic work of the highest order THE DRAGON CHRONICLE UK Dragon lovers everywhere will like this book PREDICTION

    One thought on “Dancing with Dragons”

    1. This was one of my first books given to me from my sensei. I read the book over and over again religiously. I didn't put it down for weeks, memorized every detail. I followed it to the letterI found that, for the most part, this book is full of garbage and truly useless for the long term. It's not a terrible place to start, but you must take everything Conaway says with a grain of salt. A self-proclaimed 'expert' on everything from Herbology, to Nordic Mythology, to Dragons, a lot of her 'facts' [...]

    2. Light on Magic, a seriously anti-christian slant and questionable facts- I wouldn't consider this a serious book on dragons. As for fun, light reading and neat spells to call on what appears to be DJ Conway's personal form of Magic, it is an interesting read. It's a good starting point for creating your own Dragon Tradition.

    3. Fun and interesting and a realistic approach to dragons, this book contains a great deal of specifics on connections between dragons and stones, spices, and hours of the day. A good starter for contacting dragons, but more of a text book for beginner magic. I did learn from it a tad, but I have adored dragons my whole life anyways.

    4. This was an amazing book on working with dragons in the spiritual sense. A good book for a beginner, like me, but I think it would also be good for someone who has worked with them for a longer time. As of yet I haven't read one book by D.J.Conway I didn't like, and this is no different.

    5. This Dragon lover loves this book!!!A good way to connect in an honorable and amazing way.a must read for any who adore Dragon and believe.

    6. Bland, lacking in magic, not terribly helpful to me - although it came highly recommended by a dragon expert I trust.

    7. Cute. But DO NOT make the mistake of taking this seriously. Conway also has some sort of grudge against Carl Sagan -- and reality, apparently.

    8. I thought this was possibly a story till I opened the book up when it was delivered. who knew it was a spell book? I didt.

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