Connect to the earth and to natural magic with this guide to green witchcraft
The earth is full of energy and wisdom, and green witchcraft is a spiritual practice devoted to living in harmony with that energy. In practice, walking the green path can mean everything from growing plants for magic and medicine, honoring the spirits of trees and animals, and using crystals for power and healing.
For anyone who wants to incorporate green witchcraft into their practice, this how-to guide will help build a foundation with an introduction to the lore and tools of the green witch. Learn more about the key components of green witchcraft, along with a selection of spells, charms, and tinctures and explanations of how to practice them:
Resurrection Plant Growth Spell―A dried rose of Jericho may look like a tumbleweed, but with some tending and care, it will bloom as if by magic, inviting opportunities for love and prosperity.
Psychic Hangover Tea―This restorative elixir is brewed with energizing black tea, blended with fragrant rose hips and lavender. The soft aroma and soothing properties will gently quiet an overextended mind and spirit.
Red Clover Glamour Potion―This body mist is designed to help any witch project an energy of natural beauty and glamour. Mix pure clean water with the cleansing powers of pink salt and the revitalizing energy of red clover blossoms.
Filled with wisdom and how-to guidance,Green Witchcraftwill show you everything you need to awaken the green witch within.
About the Author:
Paige Vanderbeck has been the host of The Fat Feminist Witch Podcast since 2015 but rode into witchcraft on the Wiccan wave of the 1990s. Despite being a total Capricorn, she’s always entertained the mystical and unbelievable and has made the search for it her life’s purpose.
She’s written and spoken about modern witchcraft, fat acceptance, and feminism on her own website, Medium, Revelist, The Dot, and Flare and on the New World Witchery, Magick and Mediums, Cannabis Act, and Hippie Witch podcasts. She trained as a doula with toLabor in New York City, studied history and humanities at Douglas College in British Columbia, and graduated from the tourism and travel program at St. Clair College in Ontario.
Paige lives in Windsor, Ontario, Canada, with her cat Clover, a betta named Fish, and a house full of ghosts. Visit her online at TheFatFeministWitch.com.