Samhain is a time of new beginnings in my path as an Irish pagan for many reasons. Working in darkness can be daunting for some people, but darkness is a necessary part of growth.
It is my belief that as a witch, protection magick should be some of the first types of magick you master – or at least get comfortable with – before moving on to anything else. Protection magick includes charms, shields, wards, and so much more. Do you have a favorite method of protection?
The Law of Attraction is a hot topic in the New Age and witchcraft community. Sit down for a spell as I chat with Sebastian …
As a polytheist witch, connecting with the deities I honor and worship are extremely important to me. If it is something you’ve never done, though, developing a relationship with deity can be difficult and overwhelming. It doesn’t have to be, though, and I want to share some tips I have for you if you’re looking to connect with and develop a relationship with a deity.
Being a witch in the broom closet can be a challenge, but there’s no need for you to completely disregard your practice. There are several things you can do to keep you connected to your witchcraft practice when you have to be sneaky. Today, I want to explore some tips for closeted witches – practice anywhere, at any time, with none the wiser.
Tarot Ethics are important, and they might differ from reader to reader. It is important to figure out where you stand on ethics when you read tarot for others.
This week, we’re going to talk about labels and different “types” of witches. What is a green witch? What about a hedge witch? How about a sea witch? Do labels even matter? Why should you – or shouldn’t you – give yourself a label? These definitions and labels are based on my experience within the community for all these years. They may not align with what you think of when it comes to that label or type of witch, but that’s okay!
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This week, we’re going to dive deep into inclusivity as it pertains to paganism and witchcraft. What does it mean to be inclusive in your practice? What does it mean to actively seek to better yourself and the community?
This week, we’re talking about ways you can practice your witchcraft without breaking the bank. We’ll discuss tools, ingredients, and how to use what you have around you in a respectful way.