One of the first things I learned as a fledgling witch were the basics of Candle Magick. Candle Magick can be one of the simplest, and highly effective, forms of magick to learn and practice.
I am often asked about daily devotional practice by my students and community. While sometimes a controversial subject because of its Abrahamic religious undertones, I find it an important one.
By performing a daily devotional, we are giving thanks, reverence, and energy towards our chosen Deity or Power.
As a teacher of Witchcraft I hope to make at least a small impact on my students. Yet if I am allowed only one thing for my students to take with them let it be the value of research before meeting the Gods. If I can impart, nay, drill into my students the absolute need
When we are fledgling witches and magicians we tend to start out on our path trying everything. A little bit of this and a little bit of that. In time we may decide that we want to specialize, gain mastery, become an adept. Now you are being called towards discovering your magickal niche.
When I first began practicing Witchcraft it was as a Wiccan practitioner in a traditional coven setting. We had fairly structured rituals, our circle casting, corner calls and Sabbat workings all followed a very specified path. While we may have considered ourselves “eclectic” because we had created our own traditions and identity, I realize now