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Common Horsetail (equisetum arvense)

Hello, readers, and happy Solstice to you! I was so overworked this last two months that I’ve only just realised that, holy crap, it’s today! Where did the time go? 404 more words

Herbs

Four Ways to Cleanse Stones with Herbs

Stones that are used for healing and magic need to be cleansed and charged regularly. I think it’s best to cleanse and charge a stone after any healing work. 933 more words

Green Witchcraft

The Magic of Western Hemlock

Entering the woods on a sunny day, breathing in the cool, earth-smelling air, I looked up to see an airy, slender evergreen of a variety I didn’t recognize. 553 more words

The Green World

The Magic of Douglas Fir

The first time I ever had a vision was when I received my first reiki attunement. Several images flashed through my mind during the attunement, but after all the brief pictures I felt the presence of two towering guardian spirits, one on either side of me. 933 more words

The Green World

four ways to journey with plants

**this is a guest post from the lovely Michelle from Greenwoman Studio , for whom I am also submitting a guest post.. I want to thank her again for all her work on this, her blog presence that I enjoy reading all the time, and for this great idea to exchange these posts. 1,374 more words

Musings & Other Randomness

A Spell of Release

This post originally appeared in Sage Woman Blogs on Witches and Pagans.

A Spell of Release: To be performed during the Waning Moon

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Green Witchcraft

The Magic of Western Redcedar

On my first ever wildcrafting adventure over a decade ago, my best friend and I meandered into the woods on property belonging to an acquaintance. We were armed with baskets, garden shears, plant field guides, and the boundless enthusiasm reserved for the utterly uninformed. 683 more words

The Green World