Thinking of becoming Wiccan? Here's some Top Tips
Thinking of going Wiccan, but not sure where to start? Here's a few tips to inject this into your life!
Start off small. Little things mean a lot. Something as simple as lighting a white candle when visitors come over is a great way to get rid of any bad energies or vibes they bring into your home.
Get a collection of crystals going. See which ones attract you and buy a few stones; scatter them around your home or have a specific area you like to go to keep them. Do some research into what healing properties each has and see which one you are attracted to the most.
Treat yourself to some witchy homeware. I absolute LOVE my cauldron mugs and my pentacles on the wall; I know these are just for show, but they give me so much peace!
Find some rituals which you can practise daily. The amazing thing about Wicca is there are no set rules; it's whatever works for you. Whether its having a hot, deep bath with salt to purify the body, or filling up your herb cupboard; do what ever feels right and always trust your intuition.
Read and study what there is to know about the religion. There's a lot to digest so get yourself some books on Wicca and do some reading! Study the gods and goddesses, herbs, the pentagram symbol, the rule of three, and crystals.
Get outside and be 'one with the earth'. One way I knew I was a witch was the fact I can deeply attracted to the outside. Woods, forests, fields, rivers, nature; get involved. Go on long walks, immerse yourself into the world and fall in love with everything around you.
Every day is a school day. You will learn something new every day about being Wiccan; as you go through your experience you'll find what works for you and what doesn't ; that's why its best to keep a journal (or better known as your Book of Shadows).
Learn the rule of three. This is very important!
However you go about creating this wonderful journey for yourself, remember there is no right or wrong way. Someone's Wiccan journey may be completely different to yours, and that's fine. It's all about knowing yourself in ways you may not have done before.