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Are you a secret witch? Not everyone can be open with their spiritual practice.. Here are some tips and tricks for covert magick.
It’s summer time, and for many families that means their young ones will be home. Here are a few witchy summer activities to keep them occupied.
An altar is s personal space that serves many functions in a spiritual practice. Use it for worship, grounding, and connection. There is no wrong way!
Although geared for children, What is an Altar? is a very comprehensive book that fully breaks down the basics of why and how people build altars.
At Beltane, the witch in me envisions intertwined lovers laying on lush blankets of flowers and moss, joining together as the spring breeze blows.
Working with ancestors can be a fulfilling part of any magick practice It is often seen as taboo but it's far from it! This rich practice has wide roots.
We can use magick for self-care, and change our energy back to a positive force when life gets tough. Magick isn't just for outer change.
Rituals for Beginners is a great guide to ritual work that would be useful for not only beginners, but anyone designing their own rituals.
Our pets are a integral part of our lives. If you are working magic, you may consider pet magick. Magick done for or with your pet.
There are many gods and goddess across many different cultures. As we learn more and more about the world around us, it’s no surprise that we feel drawn to various pantheons, after all, we contain multitudes. Working with many different gods can seem confusing but it can be done and is in fact done by many people.
This guide to Lughnasadh shares the sabbat's history, ideas for spells, recipes, crafts, prayers, invocations, rituals, and more.
Portable shrines serve as a sweet little reminder that my spiritual practice doesn’t have to be big in order to be meaningful.
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