Witchcraft 101: The Magical Lifestyle
Empower yourself to live a magical lifestyle. You—and only you—have control over the things that happen in your life. This list is full of the mundane things in my own life that I have made magical. Feel free to try out my suggestions and if something doesn't apply to your personal style of witchcraft, no worries! Use what you need, and set the rest aside. Think about your own daily mundane activities. Is there a way you can make it magical?
In order to experience magic in your daily life you need to make room for it. Every day can be magical if you make a conscious choice to embrace it. This post is full of tips and techniques that you can use to enhance and fulfill your life in enchanting ways, every day!
We can honor and celebrate our connection to the moon by monitoring as it waxes from new to crescent to quarter to gibbous to full and wanes through these phases in reverse back to new.
We all gotta clean shit but it's not necessary to always use harsh chemicals. Working with natural cleaning agents is a great way to enhance the vibrational frequency of your home. Not to mention, it's a wonderful way to honor the Earth.
Food is essential. Some people take great delight in cooking and preparing meals while others find the activity to be a necessary chore. But when does cooking become more than just cooking? And what makes the difference between just throwing a few things together in a pot and creating magic?
The Miracle Morning is a book and a lifestyle, which helps you design a more productive morning routine. In the time since I heard of it four years ago, it has really made a huge, positive impact on my life and I think it could help you too.
Growing, observing, and working with plants is a pretty witchy thing to do. Communing with nature, connecting with plants and learning to understand them is magical and is the basis of many traditional practices and herbalism.
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