The Beginners Guide To Wicca by Kirsten RiddleSold Out
A practical guide for those starting on their Wiccan Path
About the Book
The Beginner’s Guide to Wicca is the essential companion for anyone new to the ancient practice of magic. Whether by necessity or choice, many witches start out on their spiritual journey alone. Kirsten Riddle provides the solitary witch with a friendly, straightforward introduction to witchcraft, filled with practical tips for incorporating the Wiccan way into every aspect of your daily life.
Kirsten beings with an engaging overview of Wicca. She dispels common misconceptions, explains the peaceful ethos of this nature-based spiritual practice, and provides a quick and easy quiz that allows you to discover your Wiccan strengths.
Chapters cover topics such as herbal, moon, and kitchen magic, and include simple spells and rituals using everyday objects and household items. Kirsten’s easy-to-follow, modern spells can be used to boost your creativity, improve your health, and revive your love life.
With The Beginner’s Guide to Wicca you will discover how to tap into the powerful energy of the natural world and take your first steps on the Wiccan path.
- A treasure trove of Wiccan knowledge, ideal for the novice witch.
- Simple spells that can be used in all areas of your life - including work, romance, health, and money.
- Enhance your practice with easy-to-follow hints and tips that tap into the power of Mother Nature
- Discover the fascinating rituals and festivals that make up the Wiccan year.
Total Pages: 144 (Hardback)
About the Author
Kirsten Riddle is a columnist for Soul and Spirit Magazine and Chat: It’s Fate. She also writes regularly for Spirit and Destiny and Take a Break Fate and Fortune. Kirsten is a creative practitioner and storyteller with a particular interest in folklore and looking at ancient practices and bringing them up-to-date. She also hosts sessions and workshops looking at mind magic, tarot, and stories as self-development tools. The author is based in Nottingham, UK.