Let's Talk About Witchcraft Q & A with Inner Circle Sanctuary
Saturday, September 5, 2020 from 6 - 9 PM
Join ICS for an open discussion about what it’s like being part of a coven during a time of isolation and forced solitary practice.
Being part of a coven doesn’t necessarily mean you’re not a solitary witch. Our coven members and students are taught how to practice on their own and be successful solitary witches, even though they are part of a large group. Group magic is fulfilling and powerful, but you can be just as effective when working by yourself.
Step 2: Open all doors and windows. Crush up some juniper berries and burn them on charcoal in your censer or other fire-proof bowl. Walk through every room visualizing the smoke clearing away all negativity while saying:
“Fire and air Water and Earth Cleanse this home Cleanse this hearth”
Step 3: Put a couple pinches of salt in a bowl of water. After it has dissolved, walk through every room and sprinkle in the corners of each room saying: “Fire and air Water and Earth Cleanse this home Cleanse this hearth”
Step 4: Close all doors and windows. Light a new piece of charcoal and burn some frankincense and myrrh resin. Walk through every room and let that smoke bring positive and uplifting energies into your home. Saying: “Power strong and power bright Fill this home with love and light.”
Step 5: Invite friends over and have some fun to bring a happy, healthy atmosphere into your home.