Today is the shortest day and longest night. The Winter Solstice. The pinnacle of Yule Tide. Thank the Pagans for Christmas. It’s not all about babies in mangers. It’s much deeper than that. As you know, I am a lone witch. I don’t do full blown ceremonies with masses of people at Stonehenge. I like a more subtle, carefully planned little moments of magic in my own space. I’ve been asked what I actually do. I’m reluctant to share a step by step procedure of my evening, as it
Sometimes we think we may have strayed from our path, just because we aren’t achieving the things we think we should be. Social media is partly responsible for this, but we have always as a human race, often wanted what others have. The grass always being greener and all that jazz. Your pathway is individual although it may often look the same as another. Your path is unique. Just as your mannerisms and fingerprints are unique.
Your path in life will often cross another pers
So Sunday is moving day. It seems like quite a long haul when I look back on the blog posts over the past few months, but in the grand scheme of things it’s been quite a speedy process. Or so I have been told by a nurse on my brothers ward. ‘These things normally take much longer’ she assured me. I didn’t need that assurance, all I could see was a great breakdown in the system where things could move a lot faster. As I have said in previously, no wonder the NHS is in crisis.
It’s funny when I look back on my life how many people have asked, ‘Are you a witch?’
Jokingly I would say yes! There must have been a reason why they asked though. I’m certainly not part of a coven, I don’t dress up in a cloak (although I’ve always rather liked the idea) and I don’t caste spells as such, although I do like a good manifesting session! According to Wikipedia witchcraft can be anything from sorcery and the paranormal, to shamanism, nature worship and healing.