Realizing teachings from spirits
So here is something interesting I thought of recently. I started making my own incense for different workings 10 years ago. At the time I had no recipes. I had no books to guide me other than Cunningham’s herbal encyclopedia and magical herbalism.
I had a mortar and pestal and I had some herbs on hand for different workings (but I was mostly clueless at the time). I realize now that really the ones who taught me how to make incense were not the books. They were in fact the spirits of the plants. Which is why my recipes and practices are as effective and as powerful as they are.
I mention this now because there have been times I have mentioned that the spirits really haven’t taught me all that much. I look back and realize now that the lessons were much more subtle. They actually were more my partners than anything else.
Just like how I’ve always listened to the spirits of the land when it comes to my practice on the sabbats. I’ve always worked and done them really when it felt more energetically appropriate for me and the land that I live on.
The apartment I currently live in was gifted by the spirits of this land. After we left our viewing I said a simple prayer to those spirits asking them that the apartment go to the ones who need it the most, and the right people for the land. The next morning I get a call saying we have the apartment. If that is not spirits working for me and with me, guiding me I dont know what is.
Posted on August 9, 2015, in conjure, Crafting products and items, Herbal Magic, Intuition, Intuition development, Mystic Echoes, Mystic Echoes Products, Personal Spiritual Development, Plant Spirits, Psychic abilities, Psychic Development, rootwork, Shananism, Spirit Guides, Spiritual healing work, Spirituality, Types of spirits, Wildwood Mysticism, Witchcraft, Witchcraft and tagged conjure, Herbal Magic, Hoodoo, nature based spirituality, Plant familiars, Shamanism, traditional witchcraft. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.