The list of herbs and stones is almost endless. To try and understand all of it can take a lifetime. So the best thing to do is to gradually
The elements are wonderful and powerful things to meditate on, to use, and to learn about. We are talking here about Earth, Air, Fire, and Water.
The sabbats are a very wonderful part of being Wiccan. They mark the four seasons and the four halfway points between the seasons.
Following the moon phases is one of the Wiccans favorite things to do. We feel the energy of full and new and everything in between.
This post is about being wiccan and what that means at the most basic level. We will leave Goddesses and Gods, popular correspondences, and legends and stories out of the conversation and only talk about the basics that all can likely agree on.
Sometimes in the business of our daily lives we can forget some of the simplest things. We found that very often the Full Moon and the New Moon phases would sneak up on us.
It turns out that the association of the Elements with particular colors matches what is called the ‘psychology of colors’. If the Elemental associations did not come from there, things certainly line up anyway.
It’s nice to have affirmations and record of what you want to focus on in places where you’ll see them during the day. Oracle cards are great, but sometimes you want to make something personalized. Sticky notes are fine, but not necessarily pretty.
A number of people choose to “start” their work with the Moon at the New Moon, for new beginnings and new intentions. This is the way we’ve chosen to do it on this blog, at least for this year.
One of the beautiful things about the Sabbats for us is the visualization of the relation of the Earth to the Sun.