Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Devin Hunter, author of The Witch's Book of Power, The Witch's Book of Spirits, The Witch's Book of Mysteries, and the new Modern Witch.
I have been selling witchcraft books and supplies for sixteen years behind the counter of a metaphysical shop, and there is one conversation that I keep finding myself having over and over again with customers, seekers, and practitoners of all ages. It almost always starts with the same question: "What is THE spell I need to make X happen?" Many witches assume that in a book somewhere there must be a magical working that is perfectly geared to our specific needs or that we have to follow a working to the
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Devin Hunter, author of The Witch's Book of Power, Witch's Book of Spirits, and the new Witch's Book of Mysteries.
For years I was one of those witches who scoffed at the idea of adding affirmations to my practice. The idea of training the mind made sense, but I always felt ridiculous looking at myself in the mirror and reciting a litany of positive sentences. "I am capable of doing the thing!" "I am the master of the thing!" "Life loves me and so does the thing!" The worst, of course, were group affirmations where there would be a room full of us all droning on about how we were going to be the "co-creators of our own lives." None of
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Devin Hunter, author of The Witch's Book of Power and the new Witch's Book of Spirits.
Tarot is a useful tool to help us gain insight into every single aspect of our lives. When times get tough and hope is fleeting, the cards can sometimes be the best way of anchoring ourselves into reality and stabilizing our goals for manifestation.
Things to keep in mind when reading tarot during tough times:
Keep your questions and your spreads simple unless you are prepared for ALL of the information. Remember, situations are always multi-layered and complex, and sometimes too many details get in the way.
Don't be afraid to