Within the span of 24 hours, we spend about an average of 8-11 hours in the bedroom, giving peace and rest to our body, soul and mind. This is important to a witch because she must have full energy in order to go throughout her daily rituals: spell casting, garden tending, etc. Even though the day is the time when a witch is able to charge and imbue magic into objects or even herself, once the day draws to an end, a witch must retreat to her bedroom to rest. All witches spend some time in their bedroom for many reasons: sleeping, resting, casting, and even expelling their spiritual energy through dreaming. This is the perfect time to take advantage of the residual energy that resides in the bedroom and channel it into one’s body. Although it may seem a little bizarre, having a bedroom that coincides with elements that a witch associates with or wants to draw power from is beneficial to the mind and spirit. This helpful guide will show you how different items placed in the bedroom can not only be very beneficial to a witch, but also transform the room with some witchy decor ideas.Continue reading “Diving into Witchy Decor”
Maybe you haven’t decided on a deity yet. Maybe you haven’t felt the right call or connection. Maybe you believe nature itself is divine. Or maybe you just don’t believe in deity and instead wish to connect with the universe in a deep and meaningful way. No matter the reason, this guide exists to help you see new ways to dedicate yourself to the universe.
How to Make an Offering to the Universe?
As a modern witch you might find yourself muttering, “okay. I know I want to make an offering, but everywhere I turn I see people talking about pouring wine as libations or leaving other food offerings such as milk, fruit and nuts onto the Earth. There is only one jungle within miles of me, and that is the concrete jungle, so what is there for me to do?” I get that. Trust me. Every day the longing to offer something concrete to the Universe gets you, and every day you feel frustrated about not making the time, not having the right means and resources. So many witches give up entirely because it all seems too expensive and all about consumption. But if you think about it, though, hyper-consumption is antithetical to nature and Earth loving beliefs. Loving the Earth means wanting to protect it and keep it safe, and overloading it with more plastics and wastes couldn’t be further from that ideal.