Category Archives: Witchcraft

DIY Laundry Detergent with a Magickal Boost!

1/4 Cup Grated Soap (I love using Kirks Coco Castile Soap for this!) 1/4 Cup Borax 1/4 Cup Washing Soda (NOT baking soda, you can find this in the laundry isle) 4 Cups of Boiling Water 30 Drops Essential Oils of your choice. Mix the dry ingredients together and put into a mixing bowl. Pour…
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Where power resides

Years ago, I attended a workshop in the pagan tradition I had been initiated into.  At this workshop we were creating ritual tools and then blessing and consecrating them with water from St. Brigid's Well.  I adore Brigid!  Goddess and Saint alike, she embodies so much of what I aim to emulate in life, as…
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A Day in the Life of a Pantheist Witch

I have been pagan, of one description or another, my whole life. Like so many on this starlit path even before I knew the name of “it”, I knew “it” was my home. My belief structure has run the gamut from polytheist to pantheist, panentheist and animist. It is one great big internal mosaic that…
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An Altar You Can Carry With You!

Many people who delve into spiritual matters adopt the practice of maintaining an altar.  They can be grand and large or just a special corner of a bedside table.  I recommend this practice to everyone.  However recently a client told me how they lived in a shared space and did not feel comfortable keeping an altar in plain site.  So What to do, what to do!

I came up with the idea of creating an altar in a journal!  It's almost like a vision board except the focus would be on connecting to the Divine in some way.  You can cut and paste images from magazines or print them off of the web and cut them out and paste them into your journal.   The book should not be huge, or at least not so large that it becomes cumbersome. 

You can draw or paint the images you want to focus on. The ones that make you feel absolutely connected to your version of Divinity.  Like crafting your own ritual tools this too can help you develop more of a direct link to your little scrapbook altar. 

You can also use this idea even if you have a physical altar at home.  Even take a picture of it and paste it into your journal.  Simple! 

Remember though that altars are just focal points for that which is already within us.  They can be a valuable spiritual tool to help our mortal minds wrap grand mystical concepts into mentally digestible sizes. 

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