Whether you’re an out-and-proud witch in progress, or a witch in the broom closet, this spellbinding beginner’s book will teach you how to discover the natural magick within you, and use it to thrive!
Natural magick is all about working in harmony with your environment, harnessing the power of nature to unlock your inner magickal potential.
From foraging and using herbs in spells, to using sun or moonlight in cleansing rituals to understanding the changing of the seasons and their impact on your powers, this book is an invaluable guide to anyone interested in exploring natural magick.
This magick has the power to transform your relationship with yourself, the people around you, and the natural world. Featuring introductions to everything you need to know to get started in your Craft, this is the ultimate guide that you will want to return to again and again as you develop your practice, and discover how magical Witchcraft is as a form of self-care.
Including tried-and-true tips and tricks taken from The Witch of the Forest’s personal grimoire, learn about:
... and much more!
- How to build a budget-friendly practice using only simple tools and ingredients in your cupboards
- The witch’s wheel of the year
- Candle magick
- Herbs and foraging
- Divination, such as tarot, scrying and pendulum dowsing
- Creating your own sigils
- A witch’s relationship to the moon, sky and nature
- How to practice witchcraft discretely in the broomcloset
Suitable for every type of witch and witchling – green, house, eclectic, solitary, or undecided! – this book also includes a pendulum board that you can remove to help answer all your questions.
If you are a witch in the broom closet, simply remove the jacket from this book or download as an ebook for more discreet reading.
Ground yourself in your magick, and embrace the simpler, but just as powerful side of the modern witching hour!
The Witch of the Forest’s Guide to… series are a collection of guides for different areas of witchcraft, focusing on the relationship between magic, the natural world and the self.