From starry night rituals to garden toad totems, discover the enchanting craft of the HedgeWitch.
Transform your life with a little help from nature! Working in harmony with the earth's energy is the heart of the free-spirited, simple garden magick known as HedgeWitchery. This guidebook from the immensely popular Silver RavenWolf has everything a new HedgeWitch needs to connect in a personal way with nature's creative, life-affirming energy and use it in magick and spellwork.
HedgeWitch features a fourteen-lesson, hands-on guide that you complete at your own pace, interacting with different aspects of nature in simple yet life-changing ways. The fourteen rituals, which can be done alone or with a group, culminate in an inspiring dedication ceremony.
Along with a wealth of helpful hints on using HedgeWitch magick for love, health, and beauty, this guide presents tips and recipes for soap making, tea-leaf reading, butterfly garden magick, organically growing your own herbs, and a variety of other ways to use HedgeWitchery in your hearth, home, and garden.
Praise for Silver RavenWolf "RavenWolf's prose is delightful and inviting. . . a wonderful guidebook for readers who are serious about beginning a Wiccan spiritual journey." —Publishers Weekly
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MindLight Secrets of Energy, Magick & Manifestation
Green living can do more than protect the planet and stave off eco-guilt. The actions we take and the choices we make to minimize damage to the environment can give the witch new power, improve magical ability and offer creative formats for spellwork. If we want to work well with the natural elements and energies we use in magic, we must have a good relationship with those forces, a mutual...
While the Internet now provides information and cmmunication at the click of a button, Pagans of yesterday needed to find information elsewhere. Donald Michael Kraig recalls when Silver RavenWolf saw this necessity and created the Wiccan/Pagan Press Alliance, as well as how this HedgeWitch got her literary start.
CHANGE is a constant in everybody’s lives, but most people fear and fight change. Many are scared at the thought of impermanence, as if standing on shaking ground before an earthquake. We think of ourselves as permanent, but we are not. Our bodies change constantly, as does our mind, our feelings, our hopes, and our dreams. Nothing of this world is permanent.CHANGE is everywhere, but you can take...
From mid-August through October, seasonal energies naturally demand completion and closure. This tying up loose ends, finishing summer projects, and preparing for the cold weather can keep us busy; so busy that we may feel rushed, harried, and worst of all, unable to dedicate large blocks of time to magickally fun projects that would normally ease our stress and keep the harmony flowing. With your busy lifestyle in mind, Silver RavenWolf, author of HedgeWitch, has developed two easy, artsy projects sure to please the entire family and wow your magickal visitors!
Here we are, once again at the cusp of summer and fall, which means it’s time for my favorite Witchy Update issue—“Back to School”!
This is where I like to remind everyone, year after year, just because some of us are no longer pursuing degrees or diplomas, it doesn’t mean we are done learning. Far from it! As Witches we are always looking to broaden or deepen our knowledge on just about...
In HedgeWitchery, we try to be as safely organic as possible! This is good for you as well as the environment. To minimize predators in your magickal garden (and therefore extending into your life), try the following tips:
Build a toad habitat: This is extremely easy to do. I took an old bird bath without the stand and placed it in the corner of the garden that had the most shade. Then break...
I have notebooks lying all over the house. They are collecting dust in the attic, in boxes in the basement, shoved in my magickal cabinet, under my bed, in the kitchen drawers, teetering on top of the massive bookcase in the living room and poking ...
Sarah is creating a healing pouch to give to a friend who has been ill with a respiratory infection as of late. In the tiny, blue, cotton drawstring bag she crumbles some dried cedar bark she took off a nearby tree and shiitake mushrooms from the store, along with a few chips of amethyst bought at the local New Age shop. She then gives this to her... read this article