Go beyond the basics of witchcraft and take your study of wicca to the next level: everything you need to know to have a deeper understanding of wicca, its teachings, and the meaning behind its rituals and practices.
You’ve bought your crystals and cast your basic spells, planted your herb garden and smudged your home—now what?
Wicca: A Modern Practitioner’s Guide takes you beyond the trendy witchy basics to the deeper roots the practice. This book will guide you in reexamining basic Wicca and teach you to create rich rituals that will foster your personal growth. It also includes comprehensive explanations of the traditions, beliefs, and rituals that make up the Wiccan religion. Read about Solitary Wicca, which teaches you how to practice wicca—whether you work with a coven or practice alone—and goes beyond the “how” of different practices to explore the “why”: for example, when should you create a sacred space rather than cast a circle? How and why do you purify yourself before a ritual? What is grounding and why is it important for you to ground yourself before doing spellwork? For those who seek them, Wicca has all the answers.
About the Author
Arin Murphy-Hiscock is the author of The Green Witch’s Grimoire, Spellcrafting, The Pregnant Goddess, Wicca, The Green Witch, The Way of the Hedge Witch, House Witch, The Witch’s Book of Self-Care, Pagan Pregnancy, Solitary Wicca for Life, and The Hidden Meaning of Birds—A Spiritual Field Guide. She has been active in the field of alternative spirituality for over twenty years and lives in Montreal, Canada.
“Arin Murphy-Hiscock digs into the roots of Wiccan praxis in Wicca: A Modern Practitioner’s Guide.”
“Basically, this is a must have book for everyone.”
“A high level look at what Wicca is… a great addition to any novice or advanced witch alike… a great gift for the newly initiated as well.”
—Confessions of a Modern Witch
—Seven Cups Mystic
“Impressive… thorough, well thought out… a beautiful classic.”
—The Magical Buffett
“Accurate… and presented without an agenda. I enjoyed this.”