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The Happy Satanist is one of the best books I have read this year The story of Lilith Star is heartfelt, and it takes you on her personal journey to battle addiction and overcome to become a better person Her story shows that with the power of will, and the direction of Satanism, a better life can be found I think this book should be highly recommended for women in Satanism to read Lilith s story is uplifting and shows you the potential of the human spirit You can read my full review of The The Happy Satanist is one of the best books I have read this year The story of Lilith Star is heartfelt, and it takes you on her personal journey to battle addiction and overcome to become a better person Her story shows that with the power of will, and the direction of Satanism, a better life can be found I think this book should be highly recommended for women in Satanism to read Lilith s story is uplifting and shows you the potential of the human spirit You can read my full review of The Happy Satanist at my Left Hand Path Books Blog Inspiring and honest This was a really good book I love how honest and straight forward she was.One of my favorite parts of this book is where she says that caring for yourself is not selfish at all and that it is actually a good thing because you must look after yourself first before you look after others And lastly DECIDE There is no other person in the world who is going to be make a different for you than you, and this means thinking for yourself. Inspirational A lovely and lively and brutally authentic guide to realistically living life unfettered by superstition and outdated societal norms Also presents a concise and enlightening look into contemporary Satanic thought. I wanted to like this book based on others reviews I did not I found the authors lack of involvement in her dire circumstances to show a lack of real responsibility in her own life, choosing to instead place blame on everyone but her self I thought this book would havetools in how Satanism can be used to overcome hardships. This is a book that I feel that many should read as it would be an impressive easy to challenge your conformity and acceptance of falsehood It is very honest and candid with brilliant writing style It also very clearly and simply explains the misconceptions surrounding this wonderful and empowering religion The things Lilith and her husband went through were horrific and hear wrenching to read about one how they were treated sickened me This book also really empowered and inspired me to take This is a book that I feel that many should read as it would be an impressive easy to challenge your conformity and acceptance of falsehood It is very honest and candid with brilliant writing style It also very clearly and simply explains the misconceptions surrounding this wonderful and empowering religion The things Lilith and her husband went through were horrific and hear wrenching to read about one how they were treated sickened me This book also really empowered and inspired me to take charge of my own life and help myself give up self harming I couldn t recommend not enough and the art and illustrations are a lovely little bonus that really works for this books format |Download Book ♣ The Happy Satanist: Finding Self-Empowerment ⚔ From Harvard to heroin and back to wellness these essays chronicle Lilith Starr s inspiring story of recovery and healing in the face of insurmountable odds In the philosophy of Satanism, she finally found the inner strength needed to beat a lifetime of addiction and depression Now she shares the secrets she learned on her Satanic journey back to well being Discover the positive, life changing power of Satanism for yourself Learn the truth behind the common misconceptions about Satanism, and how to tap into the deep reservoir of personal power we all have inside I believe that there is much people can learn from these essays courage, hope, wisdom, and love shine through them I believe they will offer readers an insightful glimpse into a belief system that is often misunderstood at best and vilified at worst from the Foreword, by Melanie Strong About the Author Lilith Starr is the founding Chapter Head of the Satanic Temple s Seattle Chapter She holds a Harvard BA in English and a Stanford MA in Journalism Foryears, she fought addiction, trying to get sober instep programs without success Finding Satanism finally allowed her to beat addiction for good and make a full recovery In gratitude, she dedicated her life to building Satanic community, eventually being chosen to head the Seattle Chapter of the Satanic Temple Now she lives in a quiet Seattle neighborhood with her husband, where they host warm and welcoming weekly Satanic Brunches This is a fantastic collection of short essays by Lilith Starr talking about the true meaning of Satanism, what it means to her and how it helped her throughout her life It also talks about how we can help ourselves with self empowered and questioning authority when we need to Starr s view of Satanism appears to be a mix of LaVeyan Satanism andmodern organizations such as The Satanic Temple As I know LaVey was a hugely problematic person, it s nice to see someone who is able to draw emp This is a fantastic collection of short essays by Lilith Starr talking about the true meaning of Satanism, what it means to her and how it helped her throughout her life It also talks about how we can help ourselves with self empowered and questioning authority when we need to Starr s view of Satanism appears to be a mix of LaVeyan Satanism andmodern organizations such as The Satanic Temple As I know LaVey was a hugely problematic person, it s nice to see someone who is able to draw empowerment from Satanism in general and not just blindly follow one path which would be the opposite of what Satanism is about.The book itself is not too big, at only 130 pages with many blanks, so it s a light read But I feel like this helps keep interest and introduces one to the tenets and such, while inspiring them to undergo further research and reading if they are interested It is composed of blog posts that were posted separately, and so the book does suffer from a bit of repetition I have mixed feelings on this one First and foremost I want to say I love one of the recurring themes of compassion In several of her essays she talks about how other people s compassion toward her changed her life and how she s working to put that same compassion out there for others When this book talks about self care, self love and standing up for yourself and using your voice, that s when it s at its best When it starts to get political and preachy it starts to fall flat There s even a I have mixed feelings on this one First and foremost I want to say I love one of the recurring themes of compassion In several of her essays she talks about how other people s compassion toward her changed her life and how she s working to put that same compassion out there for others When this book talks about self care, self love and standing up for yourself and using your voice, that s when it s at its best When it starts to get political and preachy it starts to fall flat There s even a section on climate change, which is something I care about, but in a book about empowering yourself it seemed out of place Because this is a collection of essays she wrote and not one book that was written as a whole piece, it can get repetitive Overall, I like and appreciate the essays about empowering yourself and could have done without the political rants Granted it s politics I agree with, but I wasn t reading this for politics 3 5 Excellent I am struggling with substance abuse and self image issues, myself, and reading the story of Lilith Starr and her perspectives on ways to begin mastering the self is exactly what I need She combines her story, Satanic, and Zen Buddhist philosophy to show a potential path to recovery and mastery of self for those who do not work well with the 12 steps programs due to its focus on accepting one s weakness and worshiping a greater power There is an excellent resource at the end, too, Excellent I am struggling with substance abuse and self image issues, myself, and reading the story of Lilith Starr and her perspectives on ways to begin mastering the self is exactly what I need She combines her story, Satanic, and Zen Buddhist philosophy to show a potential path to recovery and mastery of self for those who do not work well with the 12 steps programs due to its focus on accepting one s weakness and worshiping a greater power There is an excellent resource at the end, too, for those who do not take kindly to Satan, even as the symbolic, metaphorical embodiment of rebellion against injustice and arbitrary authority