5 Rituals in 5 Minutes for AM Magic! - Jess Carlson
In order to get your spiritual practice started you have to START. These simple daily rituals that take 5 minutes or less will do the trick.
Altar Broom,Broom, Besom Broom, Witches Besom for Purification and Protection, Witchcraft, Wicca
Altar besom or dwelling protection broom in metallic purple and black measuring approx. 28" in length and the handle is made of willow. This broom is made of mostly wheat giving it a very unique style for a besom. Features amethyst crystal bead in a herringbone wire wrap, dangling pentacle and goddess charm.
While I did ritual and set up a small altar for every sabbat prior to Mabon 2012, creating and maintaining Circle of Open Traditions has certainly kept me on top of things. Here's a visual compilation of all of my pagan sabbat celebratory altars from the Autumn Equinox / Mabon 2012 to August Eve / Lammas 2013. Enjoy! For more altar-related posts, including descriptions of the meaning behind these altars, click here!
Magickal Things Are Crafted In This Kitchen 5x7 Greeting Card Home Decor Pagan Witch Mythology Goddess Art
"Magickal Things Are Crafted In This Kitchen"- greeting card. An image of the original painting by Emily Balivet. The card measures 5x7 and is printed on acid free, archival quality smooth, matte stock...Perfect for framing, too! The card is sealed in a cello sleeve with an ivory envelope and will be shipped via First Class mail. I combine shipping on multiple purchases. A selection of print sizes and variations of "The Kitchen Witch" are available here in my shop... Giclée Canvas Prints…
Below, you'll find details and pictures of my kitchen altar! This altar was placed as soon as I bought my new pantry shortly after moving into our apartment. I was looking at it today and realized I hadn't shared it with everyone! My altar is not placed in the kitchen, but rather in the corner of the dining room in front of the kitchen entrance. This serves two purposes. First, being on top of the pantry, it helps to ensure that our pantry always remains full and bountiful. Second, being at…
To see last year's Beltane / May Day altar, click here! To see all sabbat altars, click here! First, I want to apologize for not posting regularly per the schedule. This weekend got very busy very quickly, leaving me little time to write for Witchy Words. I work as a caricaturist and April is after prom season, meaning that I work a 12-2, 3 or 4 am nearly every Friday and Saturday night on top of my usual work load. I'm exhausted! But I certainly haven't forgotten about my religion or this…