The Ignota Diary 2022 is now shipping 💌
This year's edition of the cult classic comes in a limited print run just in time for gifting season. The 2021 Diary sold out in record time — don't miss out this year and order now!
New additions for 2022 include new rituals by acclaimed poets, new tarot spreads by popular practitioners, and a newly expanded health and ecology appendix with: mushroom identification, regenerative farming, sacred space creation, Ayurveda and Prajna, herbalism, spellcraft, kriya yoga, meditation and weather watching.
Acupressure by Maria Christofi, Ayurveda and Prajna by Mira Manek, Astrology by SJ Anderson, Dreamwork by Jennifer Dumpert, Herbal Remedies by Paige Emery, Illustrations by Jungran Kim, Kriya Yoga by Rachel Okimo, Mushroom Guide by Ellen Percival, Regenerative Farming by Elias Haase, Rituals by Bhanu Kapil and Nisha Ramayya, Ritual Spaces by Leila Sadeghee, Soji by Shoukei Matsumoto, Spellcraft by Ayesha Tan-Jones, Tarot by Barby Asante and Jessica Dore, Trend Forecasting by Emily Segal, Weather by Jay Drinkall.
This beautifully designed diary and week-to-view planner is filled with historically significant magical and sacred dates from around the world. Drawn from events such as the Buddha’s birthday, esoteric festivals and artistic and occult history, the diary touches on the lives of characters such as Ursula K. Le Guin, Ithell Colquhoun, Zora Neale Hurston, Carl Jung, Simone Weil, Leonora Carrington, Maya Deren, Aleister Crowley, George Bataille, Timothy Leary, Hilma af Klint, Saint Hildegard of Bingen, William Blake, W.B. Yeats and Octavia Butler.
The diary provides full astrological navigation for 2022 with an overview of the year, a birthchart template and guides to moon magic, houses, planets and symbols. Key transits, retrogrades and lunar phases, noted throughout the planner, allow you to organise your life in alignment with the astrological weather, visible at a glance. A global map showing sacred sites provides inspiration for transformative pilgrimages.
Rituals by poets Nisha Ramayya and Bhanu Kapil, and tarot spreads by artists and practitioners Barby Asante and Jessica Dore, offer guidance and space for reflection throughout the year. Additional sources of inspiration include guides to dreamwork by Jennifer Dumpert, mushrooms by Ellen Percival, spellcraft by Ayesha Tan-Jones, and Soji cleaning by Zen monk Shoukei Matsumoto, author of the bestseller A Monk's Guide to a Clean House and Mind. To support a holistic approach to health and wellbeing, an appendix contains guides to healing herbs, acupressure, Ayurveda, kriya yoga and daily practice.
Brand new features this year include an introduction to regenerative farming by Elias Haase, guides to creating sacred spaces by Leila Sadeghee and weather watching by Jay Drinkall.