The new moon for August will be here on Sunday and I find that I am quite excited. This is one of the first new moons since I have returned to being a solitary practitioner. While I will miss sharing this time with my coven (even if it was over the internet or through text
This has been a crazy few months for me. It all started when I said these few magic words to my husband, “I’m ready to move to Oregon”. From that time on, my world turned upside down. It was then that I realized I would be moving on and embracing the solitary life. To give
In my last blog post – “15 Magickal Projects While We Shelter in Place” one of the projects was a daily or weekly healing ritual. As promised, I am sharing my New Moon Healing Ritual to you all. While the title indicates “New Moon” it can be easily adapted for any time or lunar cycle.
We are going through an unprecedented crisis in our country right now. This pandemic has changed the way we are living, working, and socializing. Most of us in the world are now on “shelter in place” orders. It is going to be difficult for most of us to keep busy – mundanely and magickally. To
Ritual (Invocation) – Oracle Card of the Day: This card has been drawn to assure you that the relationship you have with your chosen deity is real. It runs through the very essence of who you are, through the mists of time. As you aspire to be more than your own greatness and to be
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.
There have been loads of articles, books, and blogs about how to write and perform successful ritual. But what makes a bad ritual? What faux pas must happen in order to tank a ritual? How do you have a rotten ritual?
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
Silence is the pause, the space between the before and after. It is the one point in time where we can truly listen to the rhythm of the Earth, the beat of our hearts and the breath of the Universe. In silence we find the creative flow, the river of possibilities and the ocean of untapped magickal inspiration.
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