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What is a Hearthwitch? + Tips for Sacred Housekeeping

What is a Hearthwitch? A Hearthwitch is a home-centered Witch who focuses their energies on creating sacred space and weaving the magickal into the mundane. They do not usually feel the need to equip themselves with fancy tools or do elaborate rituals and like to get creative with what they … Continue reading “What is a Hearthwitch? + Tips for Sacred Housekeeping”

Your Magick Lies Within You- Walking the Solitary Path

“…Know that the seeking and yearning will avail you not, unless you know the Mystery: For if that which you seek, you find not within yourself, you will never find it without.”  -Charge of the Goddess adapted by Starhawk. I’ve always been a spiritual seeker. Always wanting to understand more … Continue reading “Your Magick Lies Within You- Walking the Solitary Path”

Tending to our Inner Hearth + Meditation Video

What does ‘coming home to oneself’ mean? What does it feel like to truly belong and dwell within our physical body? What ignites our inner fire, the central core of our vitality and wellbeing? These are questions I contemplate regularly, but especially around the time of Imbolc and early spring, … Continue reading “Tending to our Inner Hearth + Meditation Video”

Beyond Smoke Cleansing: 10 Powerful Ways to Clear Your Energy

We live in energetically heavy times. Carrying stressful thoughts and emotions can contribute to illness and challenge our mental health. Whether these energies stem from within us or our environment (or both), ritual cleansing can be an important part of our energetic hygiene, especially for the sensitive among us. Burning … Continue reading “Beyond Smoke Cleansing: 10 Powerful Ways to Clear Your Energy”

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As a Witch who makes her home and practice in Tkaronto (Toronto) Ontario, I deeply thank the original stewards of this land: The Mississaugas of the Credit, Mississaugas of Scugog, Alderville, Hiawatha & Curve Lake; The Chippewas of Beausoleil, Rama & Georgina island, the Haudenosaunee and Wendat nations. I acknowledge the resilience of the First Nation, Inuit and Metis people who live and work here in the present, in a system of inequity and oppression. I am working on uncolonising my own practice, amplifying Indigenous voices, addressing cultural appropriation in pagan communities and supporting Indigenous communities in whatever way I can.