At a recent workshop when serving up some soup and bread for lunch I was asked what it was, and when I heard the words coming out of my mouth I kind of realised how unusual it was. I was almost embarrassed by how much effort went into the humble bowl of soup and slice … More Food, glorious food!
To work magic is to weave the unseen forces into form; to soar beyond sight; to explore the uncharted dream realm of the hidden reality. ~ Starhawk The trees were whispering secrets, and a lone crow flew through the air, calling out loudly in his thick, throaty voice. The air hung still, the gentle … More Salt Bowl Ceremony
Who were the witches? Where did they come from? Maybe your great, great grandmother was one. Witches were wise, wise women they say. And there’s a little witch in every woman today! ~by Bonnie Lockhart The hardest bit about being a western witch, is the hundreds of years of heavy baggage it can bring. The … More The way of the western witch
I call upon the plants of this land to teach me and show me the way to balanced health of mind, body & soul. I ask you to give me the courage to walk among you each day in silence that I may hear your whisper and learn your teaching. I pray to great spirit … More Each day, a new lesson comes
Herb oil: One good sized handful of calendula petals (easy to grow and best picked before midday) 250ml extra virgin olive oil Body Balm: 250ml calendula oil (above) 3 tablespoons beeswax 10-20 drops of your favourite essential oils (I like rose, geranium & lavender) Method: Allow the calendula petals to gently infuse in the olive … More Body Balm