Happiness can be hard to find in our modern world. Just turn on the news and I’m sure at least some of your happiness will be sucked right out of you. I mean, there are wars, atrocities, murders, a crazy person in the White House! Even the most mentally healthy person would be hard pressed not to be depressed when faced with all of that.
But we need to foster that happiness within ourselves so that we can have the strength to help make the world better. Or at least to have the strength to carry on through our days!
Did you know that the Babylonians made New Year’s resolutions over 4,000 years ago? This is an ancient tradition that seems to be mostly a joke to modern people. I think that’s sad, because this is such a wonderful time to make important promises and really strive to keep them.
The Babylonians made their New Year’s resolutions in March as they planted their crops. The ancient Romans also made resolutions, promising to do good acts to the gods in the coming year.
January is typically a frugal month for a lot of people, and I’m definitely one of them. After spending way too much on gifts and hosting some parties (parties are expensive!), I’m ready to let my wallet heal a little bit.
But like a lot of people, I also use shopping as a bit of an emotional crutch. I have healthy habits I turn to, as well, but I still do too much shopping when I’m stressed or sad just to take my mind off the situation.
Is improved fitness one of your new year goals? If you’re looking for an Instagram bod or just to heal your core after having a baby, fitness is an important part of our lives. This time of year brings out a desire to start something new for all of us, including embarking on new fitness goals.
But while we’re pumping iron or running for miles, the monotony of it all can sap us of our spiritual energy and power.
As 2020 approaches, my big goal for the coming year is to really immerse myself in herbalism. It’s something I am so passionate about that I am actually looking into taking courses for it and maybe doing it professionally.
The more I learn about any topic, though, the more I realize how hard it is to find the right words to learn more. Sometimes you just don’t know what you don’t know.
After the new year, everyone is looking to create a new beginning. They are trying to cast off the old things that no longer serve them and find higher vibes, better hobbies, and even better friends and relationships.
This spell will help you to accomplish any and all of these by opening the door to new things and encouraging you to step through that door.
These positive affirmations are written specifically for the spiritual, witchy, and pagan readers of my blog. Make the coming year even more magical with these affirmations.
When you choose a few of these to repeat, you are using the magic of positive thinking to manifest good things into your life. Some of these affirmations are aimed at gaining prosperity, some at self acceptance.
Tea is an important part of many witch practices and spells. In fact, it’s one of my favorite tools for witchcraft. I might go so far as to call myself a tea witch at this point, and as I learn more about herbalism and consider getting a herbalist certification in the future, that is likely to become even more true.
But are there any deities linked specifically to tea? Is there a deity that tea witches can turn to for advice and guidance? Yes, there are a few deities that you can turn to!
For the past few weeks, my anxiety and depression have been hell. I mean I couldn’t even think about cooking dinner without feeling sick to my stomach and dreading it. I was having near daily panic attacks, and was so irritable that nobody could talk to me without me snapping at them.
I tried medication, but it didn’t work. I felt like I was doomed to be miserable until spring, but then I went to my local metaphysical store, Earth Lore.
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