Goth, Christian, Hindu & Other Magick Supplies

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Practicing magician, Andrew T. Austin, is also a psychotherapist that lectures about mental health.
Mental health is a serious issue, and a lot of the people who suffer from any type of mental illness find ways, methods and techniques to help them cope with their situation- and hopefully get better.

As some people go to doctors, take pills and go to group meetings to learn how to live with their mental illness, other people turn to other things, the ones we “can’t explain”.
Alternative ways of coping and healing could be- yoga, martial arts, shiatsu, or even praying, meditation and keeping charms around you.

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As the two subjects align so beautifully, the hard part of life with greater beliefs, it would only make sense that a person so deep into the study of mental illness- would find themselves interested in the greater things in life.

So, on top of being a psychotherapist, Andrew also has an Etsy store, AustinMagickSupplies, for all types of magick supply.
Art pieces and accessories from the Hindu culture & Egypt and “sitting” side by side with astrology maps, Christian coins, and other spiritual and “magicianal” artefacts.

If you like to see more fromAndrew’s store- click here, you might find that money tree your aunt wanted, or that rare coin that your grandfather would love… You might also find that piece of art that will be your charm.

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Golden Dawn Pentacle of Earth | Earth Pentacle | Elemental Disk Money Tree | Feng Shui Tree | Lucky Tree | Fortune Tree | Crystal Tree | Bonsai Money Tree | Green Bonsai Tree Pentacle of Element Earth...and planet Mars? | Mars Sigil | Earth Sigil | Thelemic Pentacle | Pantacle | Thelema | Unicursal Hexagram Saint Anthony Pendant (7) - Saint of Lost Things Money Tree | Feng Shui Tree | Lucky Tree | Fortune Tree | Crystal Tree | Large | Amethyst Tree Small Eye of Ra | Amoun Ra | Not Eye of Horus

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