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The Hidden Dangers of "Seed Bombs"

If you follow my personal blogs, you will occasionally see me warning people about seed bombs. With the trend becoming more and more popular, it is very important that we keep a few things in mind before buying into the trend. 1,392 more words

F. Nonmagical

Armor of Bark

Meditating with birch bark…it has so many uses before and after it peels from the tree to fall. It protects the tree, then breaks away, becomes paper, canvas, tinder, compost, nourishment for the Tree and Witch alike. 368 more words

Homilies & Healing Work

How to Commune with Nature: Crafting a Magical Life, Part 2

For me there’s no spiritual practice more vital than communing with the spirits of nature. But what does it mean to commune with nature? How do we begin to interact with the spirits of trees and stones, of rivers and birds? 817 more words


Magic at the Edges

I’ve posted more than once about in-between places, and the magic we find there. I found myself pondering the edges again after a few hours solitude in a very magical in-between place earlier this week. 280 more words


A Bad Morning

The following is an excerpt from the first chapter of my current work in progress, A Tear in the Veil. If you like this and want to read more, you can read the first six full chapters on Wattpad (as of this post. 1,290 more words


By Ash, Oak and Thorn, I Have Found My Path

I know that the tagline on this blog is “Author” and so far, I’ve posted two author things out of six total posts. Not a great ratio, and it’s about to get worse, but I don’t care, it’s my blog and I’ll do what I want to. 640 more words

Self Exploration