“Magick is an art; using reality and the world as its canvas.”
― Dacha Avelin
Hi, my loves and welcome to WiccaNow. Recently I’ve been sharing some of my favourite spells and rituals, like this potent love spell, a home protection spell, a sleep aid spell and an anti-anxiety spell. Today I thought we’d explore a more general topic and something that many of you have been asking about. Namely, which things to research as a beginner witch.
For those of you completely new to the craft, the list of topics in this ‘beginner witch guide’ might seem overwhelming but don’t worry, feel free to just pick one or two topics that appeal to you the most and start from there. There is absolutely no need to become an expert in every topic. The idea is to provide you with a roadmap from which you can work out your own preferred route on the journey to discovering your inner witch.
Beginner Witch Guide
I suggest working with this list as a broad guide. See which topics interest you the most on an intuitive level and start from there. You’ll find that the more that you dive into each topic, the more it will unfold for you.
I, for example, was instantly drawn to crystals when I first started out. I read everything I could about them and the more I learned the more I wanted to know. This is still a large part of my craft and my love for them hasn’t dimmed in the slightest. If you want to read more about being a crystal witch, check out this post about crystal witchcraft.
21 Topics Every Beginner Witch Should Research
- Types of Spells
- Basic Witch Supplies
- The history of witchcraft
- Different types of witches
- Witches familiars
- Types of magick
- Types of divination such as Tarot
- Talismans and sigils
- Lucid dreaming (astral projection)
- The elements
- Moon phases
So lovelies, I hope this beginner witch guide has inspired you to find a topic to research. Remember, magick only works if you believe it will!
Sending love and light, as always BLESSED BE
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