Wednesday, 25 November 2020

Commitment to learning within Witchcraft

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One of the things I love most about Witchcraft is that it’s a path of personal development and self-discovery, and within that is a commitment to learning.

And it IS a commitment. I have been treading this path for 26 years and I am still learning new things every day. Which is an absolute joy. Some days I feel confident in what I do, other days I feel wary of posting because I’ll have a confidence attack, and feel that there are bigger and better voices equipped to discuss whatever topic it is I’m broaching, but I remind myself this is MY journey.

To those that are new to the craft and feel overwhelmed, you have been given a gift.

The gift is the joy of learning. The gift is something that’s as much about the journey as it is the destination. The gift is something that has endless topics to delve into and discover. The gift is finding out the answers, and about yourself, as you travel along. The gift is attaining experience that you can truly claim as your own. The gift is Witchcraft.

Things to remember on your Witchcraft journey:

🔮 Don’t rush, you’ll get to where you want to be in the end. You won’t have a lot of the answers at the beginning, but you will find them as you go along.
🔮 Don’t compare; comparison is the thief of all joy.
🔮 Connect with others in real life. There are plenty of moots and groups that meet up, you can find them through organisations like the Pagan Federation.
🔮 Be committed. It’s the only way.
🔮 Don’t be afraid to mistakes. It’s the only way to learn, so dive right in.
🔮 Take a break if you’re getting tired or bored.
🔮 Ask for help. People won’t mind if you have tried looking for the answer first.
🔮 Be prepared that your witchcraft journey will be different to others.
🔮 Enjoy the journey. It’s a long one. Thank goodness.

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