Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Laura Tempest Zakroff, author of several books and decks, including The Witch's Cauldron, Sigil Witchery, Weave the Liminal, Liminal Spirits Oracle, and the new Anatomy of a Witch.
A Witchual for the Witch Heart is a simple technique to help you engage more fully with your Witch Heart. In this video you'll learn a little about what the Witch Heart is and how it aids you in your magical practice. This technique can be done sitting, standing, or laying down—and takes just a couple minutes to do.
Our thanks to Laura for her guest post! For more from Laura Tempest Zakroff, read her
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Vincent Higginbotham, author of the new How Witchcraft Saved My Life.
Who isn't familiar with struggle, with trauma? Who of us can say that nothing has ever gone wrong, that we've never felt powerless over a situation. My guess is that no one anywhere is raising their hand saying, "Me, I've never known hardship of any sort." It is part of our human condition to feel pain. I would posit that we are made flesh in order to teach our spirits what it is to know limitations. So it is safe to say that this shared experience is the way that life is meant to be.
I can't speak for all Witches, though I imagine many would agree that magick is
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by JD Walker, author of the new Witch's Guide to Wildcraft.
When I first came up with the idea of writing a book about the magickal uses of common plants found around almost every home in the US, I really didn't give a thought to the consideration of endangered plants. After all, dandelions, thistles, and pokeweed (to name a few) are hardly in danger of being wiped out. These plants, plus 30 or so other well-known, readily available plants, are what readers will find in A Witch's Guide to Wildcraft
But the appearance of the delicate flowers of the blood root (Sanguinaria canadensis) in my natural area is a gentle reminder that not all plants
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Brandy Williams, author of Practical Magic for Beginners and the new Cord Magic.
Last year I made a happiness cord. It got me through the toughest year of my life.
I'd planned a great year. First, I would write my next book, Cord Magic. Then I'd take my husband Alex on a road trip to Yosemite National Park. It was the start of a new decade, the twenties, sure to inspire new ideas in art and music and culture. The road ahead seemed filled with happiness.
That happiness exploded when Alex was diagnosed with a rare disease. In a flash I acquired a new identity: caregiver. I had a lot to learn, fast. What would the rest of his life look