I used to think it was immoral, wrong, and just icky to charge for spiritual services. And then I snapped out of it.
Kitchen magick is all about simple spellcasting. It’s the art of using the things around to you improve your life, your hearth, & yourself. Kitchen witches take soup and make a healing potion; they bake cookies infused with happiness; they weave a spell of protection with every swept floor. You’re making magick out of the … Continue reading Kitchen Witchery: Popcorn Manifestation
I believe that to make magick happen in your life, you need to show the universe that you're serious. When I'm working on manifesting, I clear out and declutter - this makes energetic space (and often physical space too) for the things I'm trying to manifest. And sometimes, the Universe sees I'm serious and gives … Continue reading Manifesting Magick
The Summer Solstice is a day of light, the longest day of the year, when we have the most sunlight. We are saturated with solar, masculine energy. We are growing, feeding, swelling, warming. It is a day to celebrate! But at the bookends of the day – at dawn and dusk – we have opportunity … Continue reading Summer Solstice 2017
There's a big belief that when working magick, candles should never be blown out. Its said that you're blowing away your magick and luck, that it's counter-productive to your work, that it's wasting the energy. Well, I gotta disagree. I blow my candles out, and I think it only adds to the power. It's an … Continue reading #TeamBlow
The new moon tonight is all about clearing space and releasing old ties, the last stubborn vestiges of the past 6 months, to make room (physically, emotionally, energetically) for all the amazing, wonderful opportunities that are coming our way.
I have long felt a call to find a circle, a coven, a community of like-minded witches - those that honor the old ways while utilizing the convenience of the new. I explain my magick by way of science, and that tends to shock some practitioners - but my people were out there, I knew … Continue reading The Fool’s Journey