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Overcoming the Opinions of Nay-Sayers

That’s what we’re going to talk about in this post. How to stay in alignment and focused on your dreams even when people doubt you. How to keep your manifesting momentum up in the presence of loving naysayers. How to remain confident even when the people who are supposed to support you are being so unsupportive.

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Believing Without Seeing

Let’s talk about the leap of faith we often need in manifesting our desires. The believing in something without actually seeing it. The mutual trust that practicing witchcraft requires. It’s about turning the popular phrase, “I’ll believe it when I see it,” around to say, “I’ll see it when I believe it.”

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What is Cultural Appropriation? Part 2

The cultural appropriation conversation tends to focus on conflict over who’s ancestors own what. But what are we really angry about? What is at the heart of cultural appropriation? I’d like to make the argument that it’s not about the thing, the practice, the word, the clothing. It’s actually about the oppression

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What is Cultural Appropriation? Part 1

This is a touchy subject, not that I’m afraid to talk about it. It may take you to a dark place in yourself. It may make you angry with me because I might present ideas that feel uncomfortable. You may feel personally attacked as you are forced to reflect on your own actions. But please, hear me out and stick with me until the end.

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Blessings and Protection Magick

Blessings and protection Magick may not seem to go together, but these are often the type of spells you would cast on yourself but also onto the people you care about. In other words, you influence the fate of another through your own will.

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The Law of Attraction: Three Core Methods

There are as many different approaches to creating this change in how you think as there are books about the Law of Attraction. You can whittle down the approaches into three basic methods: appreciation, visualization and affirmation.

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The Law of Attraction: the Framework

The Law of Attraction is a concept that sums up the workings of the Universe as, “like attracts like.” Your thoughts create your reality, so to change your reality you need to align your thoughts with what you want, whatever you want.

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How Perfectionism is Sabotaging your Dreams

Magick is all about going with the flow, and going with the flow is the opposite of perfectionism. Perfectionism is swimming upstream or it is a boulder that blocks the flow of water. Perfectionism is when you are so focused on the need to be right, you miss the opportunity to be present.

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The Benefits of a Fluid Witchcraft Practice

I want to talk to you about inconsistency in terms of your witchcraft practice. I’m here to tell you that being an inconsistent with your practice does not make you a bad witch. In fact, there is no such thing as a bad witch.

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Essential Self Care Practices to Prevent Burnout

Everything we do as witches or magickians is a matter of manipulating energy, and bending it to our will. Working with energy all the time can, and does take its toll. Which is precisely why self-care is so important. Self care is about recovering the energy that we have used.

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Why Skepticism is Important to Your Witchcraft Practice

Skepticism is important and also I believe it is a requirement of a healthy witchcraft practice. It’s how we keep ourselves safe from following authors and leaders blindly. It’s how we help others before they fall too deep into unhealthy delusions.

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13 Signs You Might be a Witch

How do you know if you’re a witch? Here are thirteen signs that you might be one or that you’re on the right path. Be careful! The moment, event, observation, or realization that leads you to start learning about and practicing witchcraft, will result in an extremely rewarding life.

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Delivering What You Promise

Delivering what you promise and promising only what you can deliver is really the essence of integrity. What Does Integrity Mean? Integrity is basically having high principles and keeping those standards consistent throughout all the pieces of yourself.

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Myths and Misconceptions about Witchcraft

Let’s talk about some myths and misunderstanding surrounding witchcraft. It’s important to get down to the essence of witchcraft. At the most basic level, we are becoming aware of our power to create, and we are using that power to plan and design the life we want to lead.

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