Being a truly effective conjure-worker is an ongoing process of increasing knowledge and skills. Bottom line, the moment we think we know enough we have started to get stupid. In the old days, books on conjure were less available, reading skills were often less developed and living conjure-traditions were more accessible. So, the use of a conjure-library was perhaps less reachable and useful. But today’s world is changing rapidly, client issues are often more complex, and information (though not always accurate) is more available. What are some practical advices for developing our own library and how are they best used? Join the Conjure-Crossroads family in a rare discussion on this topic and start “stocking up on knowledge”.
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