Author: Ylva Mara Radziszewski
Genre: Non-Fiction, Witchcraft
Rating: 5 Stars
Witchcraft is a vast and varied range of magical rituals and beliefs―which means refining and deepening your craft can seem overwhelming at first. A Practical Guide for Witches is a simple but comprehensive reference to guide you through using witchcraft in all aspects of your life. It’s a solid foundation of knowledge and wisdom that empowers your practice to grow.
Inside you’ll find approachable spells, nourishing rituals, and encouraging advice that can help all witches channel their energy into everything from blessing house plants, to soothing a broken heart, lighting candles for protection, and attracting good luck.
This powerful guide for witches is:
- Truly practical―No matter where you are on your path, this book draws on all types of witchcraft to help you tap into the enchantment of daily life.
- Find your roots―Explore a brief history of witches and an introduction to magical practices like manifestations, setting intentions, the phases of the moon, and building altars to the seasons.
- Magic for all areas of life―Use your craft to strengthen your health, happiness, relationships, career, and beyond.
Awaken your power and infuse magic into everything you do with A Practical Guide for Witches.
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A Practical Guide For Witches by Ylva Mara Radziszewski is one of the better witchcraft books I’ve read this year – and I’ve read quite a
few. I found the author’s inclusive and welcoming approach to the practice to be very calming and reassuring. The book was well written, easy to follow, and packed with a wealth of historical knowledge and modern practice.
There’s a little bit of everything in this book, from spells & charms to practical everyday advice, and philosophies on practice. If you are a practicing witch, or just someone interested in learning a little more about modern witchcraft, I’d recommend this book as a good place to start, as well as a useful reference for your library.