Reclaiming the sexual self through magic and ritual (part two)

[Guest journalist ZB returns to her discussion with artist, author and hypnotherapist Iona Miller. In Part One, ZB began her conversation with Miller on the subject of sacred sexuality and the reclaiming of the body and sexual self  – a topic that is rarely addressed publicly within a positive framework. Today, we present part two of that interview.]

ZB: In regards to the practice of sacred sex, what would be the best way for a beginner to approach it? IM: Approach it with love. The key to love is selflessness, and the fulfillment it brings.

Reclaiming the sexual self through magic and ritual (part one)

[The Wild Hunt welcomes back guest journalist ZB, who conducted an in-depth interview with artist, author and hypnotherapist Iona Miller. ZB spoke with Miller specifically on the subject of sacred sexuality and the reclaiming of the body and sexual self  – a topic that is rarely addressed publicly within a positive framework and is more likely to be found at the center of controversy. Is there room in our culture for the understanding and acceptance of ritual, sacred and religious sexual practice? If so, how? We present part one of two.]

Iona Miller is a clinical hypnotherapist and multimedia artist whose interest in esoterics began in Ojai with Krishnamurti and the Theosophists, and continued with American pioneers of magick and specializes in extraordinary human potential. Her work and studies fuse esoterics, quantum physics and depth psychology.

Trial begins in Phoenix Goddess Temple prostitution case

PHOENIX, Ariz. –When the Phoenix Goddess Temple was raided for prostitution in September 2011, the ensuing perp walk made headlines. The idea of a religion embracing sacred sexuality in this heavily Catholic area was too much to resist. After more than four years, the case against the temple’s leader, Tracy Elise, has finally reached trial. She agreed to speak with The Wild Hunt about the case as it has progressed thus far.