Category: Magickal Practitioner

Good Intentions are the Worst

Good intentions are the worst. There, I said it. Just think about it for a moment. All of us “intend” to do a lot of things. We make plans. We write our lists. Each month on the New Moon I even send a message to my coven asking them what intentions they are setting for

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Does Skepticism Belong In Witchcraft?

A long-practicing witch told me she was an avowed skeptic. She went on to say she required tangible evidence before she believed in anything. How could this person be a skeptic? How do you produce such magick and still be such a skeptic. Does skepticism belong in Witchcraft?

Meeting the Gods – The Value of Research

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

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10 Ways to Make Time For Magick

We may all romanticize about what we want our magickal lives to be. But mundane life often intervenes. In this article I share 10 Ways To Make Time For Magick

Breaking a Magickal Dry Spell

Breaking A Magickal Dry Spell

Every once in a while we seem to get out of sync, slow down, and our magickal practice stops, well, being magickal. Our rituals fade into memory, and a quick “hello” to the moon is as good as it gets. This is when our work gets hard as we try breaking a magickal dry spell.