Sunday, October 24 2021

Is your Ego blocking your growth?

Being confronted with ego in witchcraft is interesting and you know what? The idea for me to talk about this actually comes from one of the first exercises in the first chapter of The Witch's Path by Thorn Mooney. She talks about how when we are in our practice or we've been doing it for a while, we kind of get in a groove. Even if we end up in a rut or our practice kind of stagnates, we don't tend to explore other options.

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Sunday, October 17 2021

What's in the Darkness? || A Shadow Work Tarot Spread with FREE PRINTABLE

We're getting into the deeper part of the darkness in the northern hemisphere. It's October, the start of spooky season for some and the darkest parts of the year for others. This is a great time to begin working with the Shadow Self. The Shadow part of you that is hidden away and runs (or at least tries to run) the conscious mind. Since we're coming into that darkness, I created a simple tarot spread to help connect to your Shadow. This spread uses four cards laid out in the shape of stairs, symbolic of the descent into your own darkness.

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Tuesday, October 5 2021

Neurodivergency and Online Relationships

As a neurodivergent person, I feel like there are things that I'm acutely aware of. I don't know if these things also hold true for neurotypical people. I'm acutely aware of parasocial relationships and friendships in general. Even throughout school, I always felt like the odd one out, like I was just there and people were tolerating me because they didn't have a choice (this is not a pity party, I promise). There are two people that I know IRL that I count as close personal friends. That isn't to say I don't have other friends and people I can count on, it's just that these two have been with me for literal years and my brain doesn't question their friendship as much anymore.

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Monday, August 9 2021

Pagan Portals: Lugh || Book Review

I had the pleasure of receiving an ARC (Advanced Reader Copy) of this book for free in exchange for an honest review. All opinions written in this review are mine alone.

"Lugh is a God of Ireland who is also found in other Celtic language speaking cultures, popular historically and just as well-loved today. A deity of kingship and battle, he led his people out of oppression. A God skilled in magic, he used his power to bless and curse. Multifaceted and known as the 'many-skilled', Lugh is an intriguing member of the Tuatha De Danann and we can learn a great deal about him through his mythology, by looking at his cognates in other related cultures, and his modern appearances." - Moon Books Blurb

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Monday, August 2 2021

The Dabbler's Guide to Witchcraft || Book Review

I had the pleasure of receiving an ARC (Advanced Reader Copy) of this book for free in exchange for an honest review. All opinions written in this review are mine alone.

The Dabbler's Guide to Witchcraft is out September 28, 2021

"Challenge your assumptions about witchcraft, Paganism, and spiritual seeking and learn how to craft your own magical path with this timely and entertaining exploration of what it means to practice witchcraft from the host of the Inciting A Riot podcast.

If you’ve ever wanted to burn your ex’s old stuff in a trash can while drinking wine with your friends and reading tarot cards under the light of the full moon, you already know that magic is an essential part of our human existence. But what is magic, anyway? And are witches real? Where do I start if I want to build a deeper, more personal magical practice? (I mean…can I just make sh*t up?)" - Simon and Schuster Book Blurb

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Wednesday, April 21 2021

Magical Magnolias | Correspondences and History

I have several Magnolia trees around my home. In the spirit of using what you have around you and knowing your natural landscape, I wanted to look into the properties of Magnolia trees, their folklore, and any correspondences I could find online (plus come up with some of my own).

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Saturday, February 13 2021

Attracting Love || A Spell Jar Recipe

Valentine’s day is happening and we know love is in the air. But even if you’re single, you can still take advantage of the energy of Valentine’s day. I thought I would write a little spell to help attract love into my life. For me, this is a form of self-love because I’m already in a healthy, loving relationship. I tried to make it as adaptable as possible, so feel free to switch things up to fit your situation.

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Wednesday, March 11 2020

Creating a Consistent Meditation Practice || A Few Tips!

I have trouble meditating on a regular basis just because. I get busy or lazy (or both) and sometimes I just forget. I know I can't be the only one, so I've gathered four of my best - and easiest - tips to help you build a consistent meditation practice.

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