JOIN ME AT THE Mystic South 2024 PAGAN CONFERENCE – ATLANTA, GEORGIA

July 26 – 28, 2024, at the Crowne Plaza Ravinia, 4355 Ashford Dunwoody Rd, Atlanta, GA 30346
Get your tickets at https://mystic-south.com/ or click here. Registration is now open!

CONFERENCE sneak peek

In the heart of summer’s embrace, amidst the verdant whispers of nature, a congregation of souls are going to gather for a mystical communion at the two-day Mystic South Conference. This vibrant assembly, pulsating with the energy of ancient traditions and modern interpretations, is going to unfold over two days of enlightening talks, enchanting music, and a marketplace brimming with esoteric treasures.

As the sun will cast its golden tendrils over the horizon, eager participants will stream into the conference venue, their spirits alight with anticipation. The air will throb with excitement as the opening ceremony commences, invoking blessings from the four corners of the earth and honoring the spirits of the land.

The conference will kick off with a series of illuminating talks by esteemed practitioners and scholars, delving into diverse aspects of pagan spirituality. From discussions on ancient rituals to explorations of contemporary witchcraft, each session will offer a tapestry of insights, inviting attendees to deepen their understanding of the mystical realms.

Between sessions, the marketplace will beckon, adorned with an array of artisanal wares crafted with reverence and skill. Here, seekers will find talismans imbued with ancient wisdom, herbal remedies to nourish body and soul, and intricately adorned ritual tools to facilitate their sacred practices.

As twilight descends, the rhythm of drums will call forth the evening’s festivities. Gathered around, attendees will sway to the hypnotic melodies of music, their voices raised in harmonious celebration. Underneath the canopy of stars, bonds will be forged, and spirits will soar, weaving a tapestry of unity and belonging.

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REVIEWS

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Many musicians performing in large venues or to a mass audience through electronic media experience stage fright or performance anxiety. The psychological stress of maintaining performance at a high level over a long concert tour is associated with depression and substance abuse. Modern rock concerts are often conducted at extremely high volume levels, near the threshold of hearing loss. The intensity of the sound environment and the crush of the mass audience induces a trance-like psychological state in some audience members, and beyond the music itself, functions as an entry point to achieve an altered state of consciousness. Vocalists and other musicians (if their instrument permits this) will often dance or strut on stage as they perform, and the audience will often dance or sway in response (space permitting); this can also be considered a manifestation of crowd psychology. In some concert settings, such as classical music, the audience participates passively. In other concert settings, especially folk or rock concerts, the performers encourage and engage with an active audience response.