Overview

Finding your personal path within the sphere of Wicca and feeling at ease and content with it can take time, but once the right path has been found, we experience with it a sense of fulfilment or contentment. These feelings are common among Pagans and Wiccans who say that finding their religion or life-path felt like 'coming home'. Contrary to other faiths, Wicca gives us the power to be our own Priestess or Priest, we are not told how to act or how to worship, except in very basic terms. It is one of the ...

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The Witching Path

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Overview

Finding your personal path within the sphere of Wicca and feeling at ease and content with it can take time, but once the right path has been found, we experience with it a sense of fulfilment or contentment. These feelings are common among Pagans and Wiccans who say that finding their religion or life-path felt like 'coming home'. Contrary to other faiths, Wicca gives us the power to be our own Priestess or Priest, we are not told how to act or how to worship, except in very basic terms. It is one of the beauties of the Craft that we are free to practice as we see fit and are not beholden to any strict dogmatic chains that would tie us down. We are free to fly and explore for ourselves, knowing there are plenty of resources available to help us smooth our path. Beginning with some of the most frequently asked questions, this book aims to be a springboard to your own creative and magical ability. Each chapter of the book gives ideas to get you started and you will get the most out of it by keeping an open mind and remembering that some of it may not apply to you and that is perfectly acceptable; witches are first and foremost individuals, after all.
There are chapters on sacred tools and sacred space, journeying and environmental activism, a particularly excellent section on elemental working and other sections covering the deities, seasonal rites and finally items for spells and a selection of pre-written spells which can easily be adapted. This is a straightforward and very effective book.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940032864639
  • Publisher: Moira Hodgkinson
  • Publication date: 11/12/2011
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 914,214
  • File size: 140 KB

Meet the Author

Moira Hodgkinson lives in the heart of Sherwood Forest with her husband, daughter and assorted animals. Moira has written The Witching Path, a guide to witchcraft and has had articles featured in leading magazines like Kindred Spirit, Prediction and Soul and Spirit as well as writing the monthly horoscope, articles and short stories for the National Field Archery Society. She is a Wiccan Priestess and Druid.

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