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Let’s Talk Witch – Concerning Initiation


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Concerning Initiation

Most shamanic and magical religions utilize some sort of initiation ceremony whereby an outsider becomes a recognized member of the religion, society, group or coven. Such rites also mark the new direction which the initiate’s life is taking.

Much has been made, publicly and privately, of Wiccan initiations. Each Wiccan tradition uses their own initiation ceremonies, which may or may not be recognized by other Wiccans. On one point, however, most initiates agree: a person can be a Wiccan only if she or he has received such an initiation.

This brings up an interesting question: Who initiated the first Wiccan? Most initiation ceremonies are nothing more than rites marking the acceptance of the person into a coven, and her or his dedication to the Goddess and God. Sometimes “power is passed” between the initiator and neophyte as well.

To a non-Wiccan, the initiation might seem to be a rite of conversion. This isn’t the case. Wicca has no need for such rites. We don’t condemn the deities with which we may have attuned before practicing Wicca, nor need we turn our backs on them.

The initiation ceremony (or ceremonies, since in many groups three successive rites are performed) is held to be of utmost importance to those Wiccan groups still practicing ritual secrecy. Surely anyone entering such a group should undergo an initiation, part of which consists of swearing never to reveal their secrets. This makes sense, and is a part of many coven initiations. But it isn’t the essence of initiation.

Many people have told me that they desperately need to undergo Wiccan initiation. They seem to believe that one cannot practice Wicca without this stamp of approval. If you’ve read this far, you know that such isn’t the case.

Wicca has been, up until the past decade or so, a closed religion, but no more. The inner components of Wicca are available to anyone who can read and has the proper wit to understand the material. Wicca’s only secrets are its individual ritual forms, spells, names of deities and so on.

This needn’t bother you. For every secret Wiccan ritual or Goddess name there are dozens (if not hundreds) of others published and readily available. At this moment, more Wiccan information has been released than ever before. While it once may have been a secret religion, today Wicca is a religion with few secrets.

Still, many cling to the idea of the necessity of initiation, probably thinking that with this magical act they’ll be granted the secrets of the
universe and untold power. To make things worse, some particularly narrow-minded Wiccans say that the Goddess and God won’t listen to anyone who isn’t an athame-carrying member of a coven. Many would-be Wiccans believe this.

It doesn’t work this way.

True initiation isn’t a rite performed by one human being upon another. Even if you accept the concept that the initiator is suffused with deity during initiation, it’s still just a ritual.

Initiation is a process, gradual or instantaneous, of the individual’s attunement with the Goddess and God. Many of the Wicca readily admit that the ritual initiation is the outer form only. True initiation will often occur weeks or months later,
or prior to, the physical ritual.

Since this is so, “real” Wiccan initiation may take place years before the student contacts a Wiccan coven or teacher. Is this initiation less effective or less genuine because the person hasn’t gone through a formal ritual at the hands of another human being? Of course not.

Rest assured, it’s quite possible to experience a true Wiccan initiation without ever meeting another soul involved in the religion. You may even be unaware of it. Your life may gradually shift in focus until you realize that you notice the birds and clouds. You may gaze at the Moon on lonely nights and talk to plants and animals. Sunset might bring a time of quiet contemplation.

Or you may change as the seasons change, adapting your body’s energies to match those of the natural world around you. The Goddess and God may sing in your thoughts, and you may perform rituals before actually realizing what you’re doing.

When the Old Ways have become a part of your life and your relationship with the Goddess and God is strong, when you have gathered your tools and performed the rites and magic out of joy, you are truly of the spirit and can rightly call yourself “Wiccan.”

Finally words, Some say, “Only a Wiccan can make a Wiccan.” I say only the Goddess and God can make a Wiccan.

Who’s better qualified?

 

Source:
Wicca: A Guide for the Solitary Practitioner
Scott Cunningham.

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Let’s Talk Witch – Concerning Initiation


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Initiation

Most shamanic and magical religions utilize some sort of initiation ceremony whereby an outsider becomes a recognized member of the religion, society, group or coven. Such rites also mark the new new direction which the initiate’s life is taking.

Much has been made, publicly and privately, of Wiccan initiations. Each Wiccan tradition uses their own initiation ceremonies, which may or may not be recognized by other Wiccans. On one point, however, most initiates agree: a
person can be a Wiccan only if she or he has received such an initiation.

This brings up an interesting question: Who initiated the first Wiccan?

Most initiation ceremonies are nothing more than rites marking the acceptance of the person into a coven, and her or his dedication to the Goddess and God. Sometimes “power is passed” between the initiator and neophyte as well.

To a non-Wiccan, the initiation might seem to be a rite of conversion. This isn’t the case. Wicca has no need for such rites. We don’t condemn the deities with which we may have attuned before practicing Wicca, nor need we turn our backs on them.

The initiation ceremony (or ceremonies, since in many groups three successive rites are performed) is held to be of utmost importance to those Wiccan groups still practicing ritual secrecy. Surely anyone entering such a group should undergo an initiation, part of which consists of swearing never to reveal their secrets. This makes sense, and is a part of many coven initiations. But it isn’t the essence of initiation.

Many people have told me that they desperately need to undergo Wiccan initiation. They seem to believe that one cannot practice Wicca without this stamp of approval. If you’ve read this far, you know that such isn’t the case.

Wicca has been, up until the past decade or so, a closed religion, but no more. The inner components of Wicca are available to anyone who can read and has the proper wit to understand the material. Wicca’s only secrets are its individual ritual forms, spells, names of deities and so on.

This needn’t bother you. For every secret Wiccan ritual or Goddess name there are dozens (if not hundreds) of others published and readily available. At this moment, more Wiccan information has been released than ever before. While it once may have been a secret religion, today Wicca is a religion with few secrets.

Still, many cling to the idea of the necessity of initiation, probably thinking that with this magical act they’ll be granted the secrets of the universe and untold power. To make things worse, some particularly narrow-minded Wiccans say that the Goddess and God won’t listen to anyone who isn’t an athame-carrying member of a coven. Many would-be Wiccans believe this.

It doesn’t work this way.

True initiation isn’t a rite performed by one human being upon another. Even if you accept the concept that the initiator is suffused with deity during initiation, it’s still just a ritual. Initiation is a process, gradual or instantaneous, of the individual’s attunement with the Goddess and God. Many of the Wicca readily admit that the ritual initiation is the outer form only.

True initiation will often occur weeks or months later, or prior to, the physical ritual.

Since this is so, “real” Wiccan initiation may take place years before the student contacts a Wiccan coven or teacher. Is this initiation less effective or less genuine because the person hasn’t gone through a formal ritual at the hands of another human being? Of course not.

Rest assured, it’s quite possible to experience a true Wiccan initiation without ever meeting another soul involved in the religion. You may even be unaware of it. Your life may gradually shift in focus until you realize that you notice the birds and clouds. You may gaze at the Moon on lonely nights and talk to plants and animals. Sunset might bring a time of quiet contemplation.

Or you may change as the seasons change, adapting your body’s energies to match those of the natural world around you. The Goddess and God may sing in your thoughts, and you may perform rituals before actually realizing what you’re doing.

When the Old Ways have become a part of your life and your relationship with the Goddess and God is strong, when you have gathered your tools and performed the rites and magic out of joy, you are truly of the spirit and can rightly call yourself “Wiccan.”

Source:

Wicca: A Guide for the Solitary Practitioner
Scott Cunningham.

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WOTC Extra – Your Magical Name


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 Why a Magical Name?

 

Ah, the magical name. So many people find Paganism or Wicca and decide right off the bat that they’re going to name themselves Lady Such-and-Such or Lord Whatsis. Go to a Pagan event and you’ll meet more fifteen-year-old Lady Morganas than you can shake a stick at. And it’s virtually guaranteed that within about three months, at least one of those Lady Morganas will decide her magical name, sometimes called a craft name, is really supposed to be Starfluffle or Moongypsy, and she’ll change it.

In fact, she’ll probably change it two to three times a year.

The Name-of-the-Month Club:

This odd phenomenon, known as the Name-of-the-Month Syndrome, happens most often because the person in question hasn’t taken the time to research and learn, which is crucial to finding the right magical name.

A magical name is unique to the practitioner, and there are several ways to find yours. When you find the right name, you’ll keep it for a long time. In some traditions, it‘s customary to wait until you‘ve studied a year and a day before claiming your magical name. In others, it is selected at the time of initiation, but still after significant thought has been put into it. Some Pagans have two magical names — one which they use in public and one which is known only to the gods and members of the person’s coven.

Think Long-Range:

One method by which people sometimes find their magical name is to simply choose something they like. A problem with this method is that what we like on one day, we may find silly a year down the road. If you’re going to choose a name based on whether it sounds cool or not, stop and think about it. What is it about the name that appeals to you? Ten years from now, are still going to feel comfortable saying, “Hi, I‘m Fairypuddle,” when you meet a new person?

Names with Meaning:

Choose a name not only for its sound, but its attributes as well. For example, someone wishing to convey strength in their name might include “oak“ or “iron“ as part of their moniker. A person who is highly creative might select a name that reflects their art or craft. You may want to choose a name based rooted in folklore or mythology. Many people include the name of an animal that resonates with them. A cautionary note here: in the Pagan community, certain animals pop up all the time. You’ll meet two dozen Ravens and just as many Cats, but it’s unlikely you’ll encounter anyone calling himself Wombat or Penguin.

Names to Avoid:

Another bit of advice — generally, the titles Lord and Lady are reserved for people who are elders or have a significant amount of leadership experience under their belt. To name oneself Lady So-and-So without any credentials is considered presumptuous by many Pagans. Likewise, in many traditions it’s seen as hubris to give oneself the name of a deity. You may want to choose a name that indicates your dedication to a god or goddess, but don’t co-opt their names. It’s just rude. If you’re a dedicant to Apollo, don’t call yourself Master Apollo, call yourself something like Apollonius instead.

Using Your Birth Number:

Another popular method of finding a magical name is to choose one that corresponds with your birth number. To find your birth number, begin by adding the digits of your birth date.

If your birthday was September 1, 1966, you would start with the numbers 911966 = 9 + 1 + 1 + 9 + 6 + 6 = 32.

Now take those two numbers (3 and 2), and bring it down to a single digit: 3 + 2 = 5. That number — in this case, 5 — is your birth number.

Use the grid below to find a name that corresponds to the number 5, by calculating the sum of the corresponding letters.

 

1 = A, J, S

2 = B, K, T

3 = C, L, U

4 = D, M, V

5 = E, N, W

6 = F, O, X

7 = G, P, Y

8 = H, Q, Z

9 = I, R

 

Let’s say you’ve decide you like the name Willow. Using the letters in “Willow” you would take the numbers 5 + 9 + 3 + 3 + 6 + 5 = 32. From there, 3 + 2 = 5. If the name you like doesn’t match your birth numbers, try some creative or alternate spellings to see what happens.

A Gift from the Gods:

In some cases, you may be fortunate enough to have your new name bestowed upon you by a god or goddess. In these instances, you may encounter someone in a dream or a vision who tells you, “Your name is Such-and-such.” While you may choose to add to it or come up with a variation on it later, if this happens to you, accept the name as the gift that it is.

Whatever method you end up using, think carefully before you finalize your new name. While it’s okay to change your name later on as you evolve spiritually, changing your name every few weeks or every time you see a new episode of “Charmed” is probably not the best course of action. Find the name that is right for you — and when it IS the right one, you will know.
Source:

Author: By Patti Wigington, Paganism/Wicca Expert

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Let’s Talk Witch – Beginning Your Journey and Choosing a Wiccan Name


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Beginning Your Journey and Choosing a Wiccan Name

 

Blessed be’ is a Wiccan greeting . It implies giving the other person , Wiccan or non-Wiccan alike, a harmonious message. However, to Wiccans it may hold a greater significance since they are encouraged to remain in the blessing of the God and Goddess. This would involve thorough and regular immersion in the traditions and practices of Wicca.

A prerequisite to becoming a Wiccan involves a study and training period of a year and a day. This rule is important before an individual is initiated into a coven. Many eclectic Wiccans observe it too. Someone who sets out to complete this period makes a conscious decision to understand Wicca to the best of their abilities.

To prepare for your study period, gather as many resources on Wicca as you can find. If you are planning to join a coven, usually its members will be able to guide you in the right direction, for their specific tradition. Do not worry if you are choosing the eclectic way; there are many books and websites dedicated to Wicca and Witchcraft. Wiccans like Janet Farrar and Stewart Farrar have written extensive books on various aspects of Witchcraft and Wicca . You may wish to have these in your beginner’s collection in order to help you along your way.

At first, you may be overwhelmed by the variety of information available to you. In addition, you may be confused by some contradictions inherent in Wicca itself. However, do not lose your motivation and keep to the path that best appeals to you. Remember, there is no compulsion on this path . As long as you stick to the moral code, there is no right or wrong way in Wicca.

You may choose to start your own Book of Shadows during your dedication period. Not only will it help you keep a record and note experiences, it may actually help you delve deeper into the reasons for accepting Wicca as your religion.

After the initial study period, an individual may go through a first-degree Wiccan initiation rite of passage. In this ceremonial ritual, he or she is formally accepted into the fold of Wicca, with the God and Goddess as witnesses. It is usually a very emotional rite of passage for the initiate since it formalizes his or her choice to make Wicca a way of life. The first-degree initiation is not an end to studying Wicca. Basically, a person becomes responsible for their growth as a Wiccan. They can start practicing their own Wiccan rituals and casting spells.

Similarly, when a Wiccan has gone through a second-degree initiation, they become responsible for their coven. The third-degree Wiccan has the highest level of responsibility towards the entire community.

Having a Wiccan or craft name is certainly not a precondition to becoming a Wiccan. Yet many feel the need to have a true name during sacred Wiccan rituals and spell casting. There is special significance attached to a Wiccan name, as it is one’s true or spiritual name. Because of this, it also has great power and should be held in high esteem. The search for a Wiccan name is a conscious yet instinctive process.

It is not advised to take up a Wiccan name at random. A lot of soul searching is required before one can choose their Wiccan name . There is a prescribed method of meditation to help a person who is having trouble finding their true name. You should keep up the process until it gives the required result.

A standard procedure for intuitively figuring out your Wiccan name is meditation. Searching for your true name within yourself is somewhat like looking for a needle in a haystack. Throughout your life, you have unconsciously piled so many impurities around your true self that unless you go through a thorough spiritual cleansing, you will have difficulty finding a Wiccan name that sticks and works.

A Wiccan name is only shared with close and trusted people, which are usually fellow coven members . Coven members actually get to know your Wiccan name because it is used in Witchcraft rituals.

Once you are acquainted with the method of soul-searching meditation, you can even use it with the intention of finding your familiar or a spirit animal. This is an animal, like the stereotypical black cat, that is spiritually close to an individual Wiccan. It is believed to be a previous body your spirit occupied. The familiar may fulfill a purpose similar to that of your Wiccan name.

Remember you name and familiar will become part of your overall power as a Wiccan. So, be careful you are choosing the right ones. Also, whatever stage of the journey you are at, send out positive energy daily to help you through periods of spiritual doubt and difficulty.

Source:

Wicca Made Easy: Simple Spells for Love, Money, Luck, Success, Weight Loss & More!
Sarah M. Lancaster(2014-02-20).
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WOTC Extra – Ethical Laws of the Rules of the Road


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ETHICAL LAWS OF THE RULES OF THE ROAD

 

These ethical laws will give you a more detailed standard by which to measure your acts, or the acts of others, to determine whether they are in accordance with Rules of the Road. Judge any act of magic or witchcraft by these laws before doing it.

  1. Do nothing that will harm another being unless you are willing to suffer like or greater harm. Note that what the Universe considers harm may be different from what our culture teaches as harm.
  2. Do not bind another being unless you are willing to be likewise bound. This applies to many love spells and some kinds of healing rituals.
  3. Never use magic for show, pride, or vainglory. Using magic to show off, to prove a point, or from a place of injured pride usually results in side-bands (undesirable side effects) to the operation that will bring very undesirable backlash from the Universe.
  4. Never set an extremely high price for the use of magic (especially divination, healing, or spells) based on your having special knowledge. With some operations that take significant man hours, such as divination, it appears by our observation to be appropriate to charge the same fee as any other professional might charge per hour in your local area.
  5. Do not use any special word, symbol, incantation, or spell unless you understand thoroughly and completely its mechanics , content, and intent! Be very wary of using other people’s operations if you wish to avoid “frying” yourself, either figuratively or literally!
  6. Never do a spell without first doing a divination to determine a) if you should do it, and b) exactly what needs to be dealt with. Modern American social values and overt appearances of a situation are not trustworthy guides for a practitioner wishing to avoid bad karma. In other words, there may be hidden factors in the situation, which cause the doing of a spell to be against Rules of the Road.
  7. Take your time, think it through and do it right!

 

 

Source:

Learn How to Do Witchcraft Rituals and Spells with Your Bare Hands (Witchcraft Spell Books) (p. 53). Esoteric School of Shamanism and Magic, Inc..
Joel, G. Alan (2013-04-16).
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Let’s Talk Witch – The Rules of the Road: Universal Laws For Any Practitioner of Witchcraft or Magic


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The Rules of the Road: Universal Laws For Any Practitioner of Witchcraft or Magic

 

Thanks to Reverend George Dew of the Church of Seven Arrows for researching and putting these rules together. While similar to the Wiccan Rede, we feel these Universal Laws are stated more practically and pragmatically for everyday use.

As mentioned the Rules of the Road are the set of Universal ethics, which must be followed for safe and effective magical practice. The Rules of the Road are not the same as morals (what our culture teaches us is right and wrong) or ethics (what we personally believe to be right and wrong), since both morals and ethics change over time. Particular or personal morals or ethics may or may not agree with the Rules of the Road.

The Universe does not recognize morals and ethics because they vary from culture to culture, and they change over time. Experienced practitioners use the Rules of the Road defined here to guide them in their practices instead of relying on their own personal value systems.

To practice magic safely and effectively you must know and abide by the Rules of the Road since, as far as we know, the Rules of the Road operate whether you know of them, believe in them, or agree with them or not— like the law of gravity in the earlier example. Additionally, normal scientific physical laws and principles must be followed.

AS USUAL, DON’T JUST TAKE OUR WORD FOR IT

George Dew gave us this set of Universal laws, and we have “put the rubber to the road” in our own practices to ensure that they actually work. We can assure you that our experience shows that these Universal laws are effective, useful, and true.

But that is not good enough. As a practitioner of witchcraft or magic, you need to verify for yourself whether these Universal laws are going to work for you and your practice. Never take our word for it. Try out these Universal laws.

TWO MAJOR RULES:

1. Whatever is done to the environment or to other beings in the environment brings similar effects upon the doer.

This is often called the Law of Karma. The Universe does not care why some action was taken , or whether the doer is trained in magic or aware of the Rules of the Road. Although many different teachers have stated this law in many different ways, including calling this law the Golden Rule, this law is especially important for practitioners of witchcraft and magic. This means that a practitioner’s acts are consciously and willfully directed— thus, much more focused— and are therefore more powerful than the acts of untrained people. So the effect of this law in relation to a practitioner’s acts becomes much more powerful. This applies to both constructive and destructive acts.

Note: While many religious and other practices consider that Karma can carry from lifetime to lifetime, it is our experience that the Universe operates under a system of “pay as you go.” In other words, the effect of any act upon the environment (or upon beings in the environment) comes back to you within a relatively short period of time—often within hours or days.

2. The magician judges the “goodness” or “badness” of his or her own acts, whether they are conscious or unconscious acts, on the basis of what the Universe reflects back on him or her. The same is true of judging others, entire communities, states, or nations.

On a practical level, one can judge one’s compliance with the Universe’s standards of right and wrong, or good and bad, in terms of one’s level of health, soundness of social relationships, luck with appliances, and sufficiency of food, clothing and shelter. If your “luck” seems consistently bad, then you’re probably acting contrary in some way to the Rules of the Road , regardless of what your action are.

Learn How to Do Witchcraft Rituals and Spells with Your Bare Hands (Witchcraft Spell Books) (p. 53). Esoteric School of Shamanism and Magic, Inc..
Joel, G. Alan (2013-04-16).
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The Wiccan Way

THE WICCAN WAY
      
Recognizing that there is more than one path to spiritual enlightenment and that 
Wicca is but one of many, and that Wicca holds within itself the belief that 
there is more than one type of step set to the spiral dance, find here listed 
common denominators of the Craft. 
      
That there is above all the Goddess in her three-fold aspect and many are her 
names.  With all her names we call her Maiden, Mother and Crone. 
      
That there is the God, consort and son, giver of strength and most willing of 
sacrifice. 
      
That and it harm none, do what ye will shall be the law. 
      
That each of her children are bound by the three-fold law and that whatever we 
create, be it joy or sorrow, laughter or pain, is brought back to us three-fold. 
      
That as she is the mother of all living things and we are all her children, we 
seek to live in harmony not only with each other, but with the planet earth that 
is our womb and home. 
      
That life upon the earth is not a burden to be born, but a joy to be learned and 
shared with others. 
      
That death is not an ending of existence, but a step in the on-going process of 
life. 
      
That there is no sacrifice of blood, for She is the mother of all living things, 
and from her all things proceed and unto her all things must return. 
      
That each and every one of the children who follows this path has no need of 
another between themselves and the Goddess but may find Her within themselves. 
      
That there shall not by intent be a desecration of another's symbols of beliefs, 
for we are all seeking harmony within the One. 
      
That each person's faith is private unto themselves and that another's belief is 
not to be set out and made public. 
      
That the Wiccan way is not to seek converts, but that the way be made open to 
those who for reasons of their own seek and find the Craft. 
      
And as it is willed, so mote it be
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Let’s Talk Witch – Making Wicca a Part of Your Life


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Let’s Talk Witch – Making Wicca a Part of Your Life

Keep in mind that you spent a year and a day studying and preparing to get to the point of becoming a Wiccan. Do not let that effort go to waste by not incorporating Wicca into your daily life. In Wicca, complicated Wiccan rituals are usually required only during Sabbats. In everyday life, being a Wiccan requires little but consistent effort. A good Wiccan tries to find a magical application to every routine thing they do. Wicca is a path of simultaneous empowerment and humility.

You are empowered as a Wiccan because you believe that many things in your life are under your control. You have the power to change them if you like. You can use your magic, spells and rituals to bring happiness into your life. You can also regularly perform protection spells to keep yourself from harm or healing spells on sick days.

However, remember that though you may have a lot of textbook and working Wiccan knowledge, you do not know everything. Do not stop learning about Wicca and growing spiritually. Keep an open mind to receive as much knowledge from the universe as you can . Wiccans can become set in their own comfort zone if they do not learn to accept new knowledge.

In your ordinary routine, stay mindful of the Rede and the threefold law. Remember, everything you do or say should have no intent of causing yourself or another being harm. Moreover, all your actions have consequences and as a Wiccan, you are fully responsible for them. Each act, good or bad, will find its way back to you three times over.

If you are planning to get married after you become a Wiccan, why not plan your wedding ceremony accordingly as a Wiccan rite of passage? Perform a Wiccan wedding or ‘handfasting’ with your coven family. Also, if you have a baby, have a wiccaning ceremony to put him under the protection of the God and Goddess. Observing rites of passage allows you to feel like part of a community greater than yourself.

As a Wiccan, respecting Nature becomes a part of your own innate nature. Recycling and low energy consumption, if they are not already, should become part of your routine as a Wiccan. Hobbies such as gardening and bird watching also are a good way of learning about the Natural world and connecting with it. Going on hiking trips or spending some time outdoors will help you immerse yourself in Nature. Remember, everything in the universe is a manifestation of the Divine.

The more you try to incorporate Wicca into your life, the more it will help you accomplish your goals. However, the catch is that you cannot be selfish. Remember, Wicca is a religion geared towards positivity in all respects. It may seem overwhelming at first, but the more regularly you practice it, the simpler it will get.

 

Source:

Wicca Made Easy: Simple Spells for Love, Money, Luck, Success, Weight Loss & More!

Sarah M. Lancaster

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