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Getting Started

Postby SpiritTalker » Tue Feb 07, 2017 3:37 pm

First off, welcome to new bees. :D These are just suggestions to get a new comer started in their practice. No one can tell you how to "witch". Folks here At EUTM will help, but to be authentic, we all have the privilege to figure this out for ourselves. It's your own path. :surprisedwitch: Take a good look around the forum, specifically in the WITCHCRAFT & WICCA 101 Table of Contents for starters.

Get a notebook and pen. Jotting things down will help you to organize your thoughts, & sort out interests and questions that will help your discover your personal path. Establish a fairly regular reading, writing/reflecting routine. Write about what you feel is workable for your situation. What follows here is basic, and meant to be generic and thus could fit into any future path that calls to you.

Nine possible practices to start with are given below, broken down into three sets, and described further along in the article. The 1st triad is on personal energy. Just practice grounding, centering & shielding every day. Yes, every day, for a couple months or more, and whenever you need it, thereafter. Just about everything you do as a witch will depend on how true to yourself you are in doing these three things.

Grounding your energy
Centering Meditation
Shielding meditation

Once you have established a routine and can comfortably and reliably ground, center and shield, add on the next three-some relating to sacred space. These might be done weekly:

Cleansing space
Raising energy
Creating sacred space

Meanwhile, in your "spare time", :) get an idea on what your current understanding is about your spiritual beliefs. What does spiritual development mean to you?

And consider what it is you want from a spiritual practice. Do you want to engage in a form of worship? Or are you seeking an understanding of the Universe? If you know what you are seeking, you can better direct your interests and time.

What are your beliefs on deity?

What attracts you to Wicca/paganism?

Can you fit Wicca into your life, or are changes needed? What changes?

What do you think witchcraft is? What does it have to do with your spirituality?

There are no right or wrong responses. You just want to know what you think at this starting point. Many of us cut our teeth on Scott Cunningham's "Wicca, Guide for Solitary Practice" as an introduction. There are many inexpensive, used copies around in thrift shops and downloadable e-books on-line. Check the media section for book suggestions. There are many selections out there.

And by all means, get a calendar that has moon phases noted on it, or print one.

After getting the three personal energy steps of grounding, centering and shielding and adding on the spacial steps of cleansing space, raising energy and creating sacred space, the next step is directing energy. This sets the scene for ritual and spell casting. The first two triads gave you a teasing taste of it. You know how energy feels by now. (If not, back up & review.)

So add on the next set on moving energy:

Directing energy with intent
Psychically charging items
Consecrating tools

IF you are interested in a particular kind of witchcraft of a non-northern European culture, research that first. You don't have to do British Wicca.

At some point in your research, IF you are interested in Wiccan history, look up Charles Leland, Gerald Gardner and Doreen Valiente. What do they have to do with Wicca?

In your note book write about why you think Witchcraft includes a god and goddess, and what you believe about them. Again, no right or wrong responses. Just get to know your thoughts and beliefs.

Do you want to work with a deity personality, or does something more abstract appeal to you? or neither?

Do different cultures interest you? Who are their gods? What are they like? You can choose to invite the God/Goddess with their titles or as forces of nature to witness your circle casting. Don't worry about specific names yet. It takes time to know them.

And some tips:

MAKE DAILY PRACTICE ACCESSIBLE. Practice grounding, centering and shielding standing in line at the grocery store or when you shower. Touch trees, greet the Earth, Sun and Moon. Practice counted breathing.

KNOW YOUR LOCALE. Know about your location, it's history, and the lay of the land and your neighborhood. Get out and feel Nature. Feel the Earth's energies at dawn, noon, dusk, & midnight.

WHEN EVER YOU'VE RAISED ENERGY, EITHER RELEASE IT TO IT'S GOAL OR GROUND IT WHEN DONE. Don't just walk away. That's sloppy and might leave you disoriented.

CLOSE WHAT YOU OPEN. Whether it's a gateway, an invitation to spirits or Deity, a spell or circle, finish what you start. Thank and release what you summon or invite. Break the connection - Every. Single. Time. It protects you.

CLEAN UP AFTER YOURSELF. Respect the Earth. She is your Mother.

NEVER SUMMON WHAT YOU DON'T KNOW HOW TO DISMISS OR BANISH. You aren't fooling around here. That includes deity, elemental forces, spirits, energies.

KEEP YOUR PERSONAL ENERGY BALANCED. This means be aware of your ups 'n downs, highs and lows, and the elemental forces within your body. If your mouth is dry, you need Water. If you're too warm, you have too much Fire. When you giggle too much or are Air/light-headed and hungry, you need Earthing and food. And when you're down and sluggish, a breath of Air and deep breathing will restore you.
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Re: Getting Started

Postby smogie_michele » Tue Feb 07, 2017 3:41 pm

I wish I had this advice when I first started practicing :)
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Re: Getting Started

Postby Bychan Wulf » Tue Feb 07, 2017 3:54 pm

It's awesome that new members can have it all in one place now. :-) It took me a few weeks to discover all these hehe
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Re: Getting Started

Postby moonraingirl » Wed Feb 08, 2017 5:57 am

This is a great post, ST. Very informative and simple are the same time
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Re: Getting Started

Postby SpiritTalker » Wed Feb 08, 2017 11:45 am

Thanks for your comments.:) I hope newbies will find it helps control the information overload swirling around in their heads so it's more fun.

Also, questions are welcome.

WHAT DOES ENERGY FEEL LIKE? People feel it different ways, as tingling, heat or warmth, tickling on the skin, or see it visually like mist, light, smoke or sparks. Some people mention hearing it rather like white noise too, or that it smells like ozone, like thunder & lightening. Some folks get jittery. So the physical senses do pick it up.

Scott Cunningham suggests in "Wicca-A Guide for the Solitary Practitioner" to rub the hands together, then hold them with palms facing each other. Slowly separate the hands and move them together again. You should feel a subtle resistance. That's the energy of your body. You can play around with it, then push it into your stomach, which is a way to ground it.

WHERE DOES THIS ENERGY COME FROM? It's all around us, emanating from everything that exists and is caused by the relationship between everything. (personally, I call it the fire-between-the-atoms). It has many names: prana, manna, chi, orgone are a few.

HOW DO WE CONNECT WITH THIS FREE ENERGY? We connect with thought, because energy follows thought. We use our force of will, our desire. We think it, we want it. We use the gift of our imagination to visualize it. And we use words, which are the sounds of thoughts, to strengthen the link. Repetition adds strength. We think it, we feel it, we say it. That's my personal break down of it.
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Re: Getting Started

Postby Ashrend » Thu Feb 09, 2017 8:59 am

Thank you for this list. Its really helpful, feel like i skipped ahead a little so getting the basics done will really help

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Re: Getting Started

Postby SpiritTalker » Thu Feb 09, 2017 12:15 pm

Thanks. I've got some more...

We hear lots of recommendations to meditate, and beginners may not have a clue what this means, imagining anything from losing oneself in contemplating their navel to OHM chants rattling the windows. And how does someone start taming their randomly gyrating thoughts? It starts with breathing The breath carries the will. Since everybody does this, it's not that hard. Honest.

BREATH

The easiest breathing is slow, timed rhythmic in-and-out, at a comfortable level. Inhale from four-to-seven counts, hold-in, exhale and hold-out, each for the same number of counts. So it's: in-2-3-4, hold-2-3-4, out-2-3-4, hold-2-3-4, repeat. This just quiets a person down. This is done for just a few minutes. When you want to increase your vitality, increase the count to 7. Don't strain at it because straining is counter-productive.

GROUNDING

While you're doing the four-count breathing is a good time to be visualizing your spine extending from the tail-bone into the Earth like a tap root on a tree, sinking into the ground to absorb nutrients and vitality on the inhales, as well as to carry away distress and anxiety on the exhales. Voila-you're grounding! If it's easier to see the roots going down from your feet, then do it. It's your visualization.

Edit: some physical ways to ground are to touch the Earth with your bare feet, eat root vegetables raw or roasted, drink dandelion root tea, or stroke a nice rock. Use these when you're nervous.

BREATHING INTO CENTER

There's a quiet, still space within each of us. It's where we connect to our energy-body. It's generally in the solar-plexus area, although there are other locations where connections are made. For start-up use the belly-button as a general location on which to focus, and refine it as you feel more awareness. Focus your attention on yours. You want to breath into your belly. Sounds weird, but think of this exercise as building inner sacred space. When we center, we pull our power into ourselves. You know you're "getting it" when you are just aware of being you, without physical/body sensations distracting you.

This is a two-part breath work. Inhale into the belly so your lower abdomen inflates, then complete the inhale by breathing into your chest so the upper chest inflates. Then exhale. Use the four-count method again. Keep it comfortable and rhythmic. Counting doesn't have to be perfect, just rhythmic.

Belly-2-3-4, smoothly move to chest-2-3-4, hold-2-3-4, exhale-2-3-4, hold-2-3-4.

As long as you get the rhythm and stay comfortable, and focus your attention on your belly, you will get the centering effect. And from this many techniques grow. We can use the center as a jumping off point to meditation, prayer, visualization, and connecting to deity and to your power source, because when we center, we are linked from the Mundane Center to the Underworld Center and to the Cosmic Center.

SHIELDING

Ground your tap root. Breath into the belly. Imagine a golden glow radiating out from the belly to completely surround you and out-line your body like an aura. Every breath strengthens the shield. It stays in place and reinforces itself as you belly-breath. Yes, you can change the color. You can supe it up with more detailed imaging, like armor or mirrors, if you feel the need. It's a basic protection from negative thoughts, and energy-sucking people.

STRAY THOUGHTS

Stray thoughts will wander in. Don't make an issue of it. Just return to the breath. You decide if your meditation is worth interrupting to pay attention to the thought or return to breathing focus. Some thoughts are worth following, as in a guided meditation. You flow out on the thought from the belly, and you return through the belly. You'll always find your way back this way. No sweat.

If you want to ponder a specific matter, breath into the belly to center, then ponder from center. Pose a question. Breath. Wait for a response from within center, and ignore the rest. That way you aren't wandering off chasing after dreams and irrelevant side issues. And you know what comes is worth looking at. Head chatter in this case is monkey chatter.

What does it mean if you feel a warm tingle? It means you have allowed your bodily sensations to distract you. Nothing more. Focus on your rhythmic breathing again, and forge onward.

This kind of breathing into an area works elsewhere as well, such as the heart and third eye areas, or crown at the top. Each area has it's usefulness, but that's not the starting place. Returning to the belly keeps us from going topsy-turvey. It pairs with grounding and that stabilizes us.

Now, different people have different methods. There are both sitting-still and get-up-and-moving meditation styles. You decide what works best at the moment to aid centering. The active type often envolve repetitive motions, or slow and deliberate fluid motions. The sitting-still methods at least start with erect posture.
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Re: Getting Started

Postby SpiritTalker » Thu Feb 09, 2017 1:37 pm

ALTAR

Altars are places of personal interaction with the Divine. The Divine in Nature surrounds us, and many witches don't use altars, but will have a working space. In your own solitary practice you might choose to have a temporary altar that is set up for a ritual and then taken down, or if you have the space you might leave it set up permanently. There is no wrong way to decorate or position your altar as your choices are entirely personal. Any flat surface will serve. The surface, and the things you put on it, should be ritually cleansed and consecrated the first time it is set up.

A basic Wiccan altar might use candles to represent the God and Goddess. The elemental representations can be combined as a dish of salted water symbolizing Earth/Water, & a dish with cone/stick incense for Air/Fire. Nothing else needs to be present when one is beginning. The Deities and Elements are represented and there are no working tools or food offerings as yet.

When open flames are not permitted, substitute things that you associate with the Deities and fire and air. Battery powered candles for Deity and elemental Fire & reed diffusers for elemental Air work nicely. Look through the Forum's Altar Pictures for inspiration.

The tools vary by path & personal choice as well. They are elemental symbols, acting as gateways between the mundane & etheric worlds. What they symbolize to you is the best way to select which ones to use.

You could experiment with a variety of altar themes in addition to your main working altar, using a single theme such as representations of your family ancestors or the Elders of the Craft, guardian spirits & guide, the Fae, Land, House or family prosperity spirits, your Deity shrine with offerings, seasonal Sabbats and Esbats, & an active spell altar.

Some useful mundane tools are an oil diffuser and essential oil scents to work with, whisk broom, noise-makers, burning pot/bowl, a mortar & pestle, and of course a lighter, assorted candles & holders, herbs, stones & containers.


CLEANSING SPACE

There are lots of options, but it's helpful to work in a energy cleansed area to reduce conflicts, so we clear our space before casting. The most popular methods appear to be sweeping in determined gestures with the flat hand or broom to stir up the essence and clear off the counter-productive cooties; salt water spritzing or incensing to clear away psychic interference; or smudging with white sage or cedar smoke for those hard-core issues. All motions are done in a counter-clockwise spiral, working from the center towards the outside boundary, or from east-to-west to flow with the sun.

Burning white sage can be annoying, so some other options are burning rosemary, lavender, citrus rind, fresh coffee grounds, or aromatic spices like cloves and cinnamon that smell better.

If (like me) you can't tolerate smoke, (or aren't allowed to use incense), you can hang a faceted glass sun catcher in a window to disburse light. Distributing energy clearing white stones like white quartz & selenite, or negativity absorbing black stones like tourmaline & obsidian, is another non-smokey cleansing method. Or ringing a clear-toned bell.

F.Y.I. Cleansing and shielding are the basis of banishing, reversal and unhexing spells. Cleansing expels negativity from the aura, and shielding seals the aura against further intrusions.

Edit: as an aside, cleansing crystals with salt or water can erode some soft stones. Sunlight baths can fade the colored stones. Placing crystals in full MOONLIGHT is a safe method for cleansing any stone. Kyanite, selenite, shungite and citrine are self-cleansing and can also be used to clear other stones.
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Re: Getting Started

Postby SpiritTalker » Thu Feb 09, 2017 2:37 pm

RAISING and DIRECTING ENERGY

Energy's all around us, and it's free, and able to be channeled by our thoughts, and that's how spells are powered. We serve as a hollow conduit through which energy flows. As usual, there's no one right way to do this. We can raise energy with breath-work, &/or with thought by visualizing it, or by physical actions like jumping and dancing, and even with vibrating sound and noise making. The following is a visualization.

Ground and center. Visualize the spine's tap root pulling up Earth Light into your belly. Pull up on the soles of your feet to physically reinforce the thought. Then imagine your spine sprouts through the crown at the top of your head and above to the sky. Imagine pulling down sun light into your belly. Pull your ears down. The energies pool, swirling together in the belly until it is boiling and ready to burst from the seams. Now-PUSH, exhaling with the gut, pushing through your arm and out your index finger pointing at the ground for now, as a test run. Look where you point so your thoughts focus on the quarter direction in which you push.

You might feel an assortment of mild heat or tingling sensations. You may get light headed or giddy. Ground the energy back down the tap root, and stop pulling. Shake your arm and hand like shaking water droplets off your fingers. Shuffle your feet and break the connection.

Every time you raise energy, either ground it or release it to a specific target that you hold in your mind, so you end it and break the connection. Otherwise you'll be spacey or jittery. Eating some carbs helps too.

EDIT - a fun way to raise energy is by clapping. I adapted a clap from my summer camp days for this. Each X is a clap, and each - dash - is a pause:
X X X X - X X - X X,
X X X X - X X - X X,
X X X X - X X X X,
X
Repeat the whole sequence as desired, then make the last & final single clap loud, accompanied by a shout HEY! And release by pushing out and exhaling when you want to let it go.
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Re: Getting Started

Postby SpiritTalker » Thu Feb 09, 2017 3:54 pm

CREATING SACRED SPACE-CASTING A CIRCLE generic Wiccan style

There are several excellent discussions on the forum. For convenience I'll add only a brief outline that is totally basic and generic. There are too many options and variations to rehash the whole subject. The circle is cast to contain your power until you are ready to release it.

Always ground and center to begin. Start by facing the north, turn to your right, walking the rim moving around east, south, west and back to north. Point at the ground, visualizing charged energy flowing to where you point, to form a comfortable sized circle. Moving clockwise/sun-wise increases energy. Wiccans often reserve counter-clockwise for cleansing or banishing. The sun-wise and counter-sun-wise directions originated with the direction of a shadow's motion on a sun dial, the original clocks. We face north as it is the Earth's magnetic pole, and gives us a reference point which helps us to balance. Other quarters can be used for starting points too, for spell and seasonal workings.

1. Cleanse your area.
2. Mark the boundary and four compass directions any way you like.
3. Walk the circumference clockwise and energize the border using a finger to point with or wand.

***You can greet or acknowledge the four elements ("Hail to" Earth, Air, Fire, Water. "I call to you.") A common standard is Earth-North, Air-East, Fire-South, Water-West. Various traditions have differing directional associations and deity names. Greet, do not summon, the Deities. ("Hail and be welcome here Lord and Lady of Nature."). When you are first starting, you can skip the quarters and Deity calls and add them when you have leaned more about them.***

A simple circle is quite workable. The four cardinal directions of north, east, south, west form a cross-road ( +, X ) meeting at the center where all differences are resolved. All four ways are equal paths to power. While you are in the middle, all is balanced. When you ground and center, you also connect above and below ( | ).

THE FOUR POWERS: Knowing, with that sense of quiet assurance that a thing is thus/so, is of Air and the Wand/Staff; Will is the single minded determination to stay the course, and of Fire; Daring is sheer guts,the chutzpah to follow your inner wisdom, and is of Water & the vessel; Silence is inner solitude that let's the inner voice of wisdom be heard, and of Earth & the offering.

Some people feel a circle is needed in every circumstance of magical endeavor, and others, not so much. It is a generally accepted protective measure. You are capable of making your own decision and doing what feels right to you.
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Re: Getting Started

Postby SpiritTalker » Thu Feb 09, 2017 6:32 pm

CHARGING WITH INTENT

We psychically charge spell materials with our will-power of intention by drawing power to center, and pushing energy through the palms of the hands and our gaze, into the item while visualizing the desired outcome. We can reinforce the intent with our words.

If you hold your palms flat and facing away from you, then join your two index fingers together and your two thumbs together, you form a magical "triangle of manifestation" to peer through. This focusses your intention onto the item being charged, and aims the power points in your palms towards the item as well.

In plain English, think about what you want, feel it in your gut, and push the thought into something you are using to hold the spell. Or use your wand if you made one.

Rub a bit of olive oil on the item first. A living substance like olive oil will hold a psychic charge better than the naked item because prana or orgone energy is attracted to a living substance. That's why spell oils are used.

CONSECRATING TOOLS

Consecrating is to reserve or dedicate something for sacred use, such as the altar and tools. The spell materials do not need consecrating. The tools mentioned with the 4 powers were wand, flame, vessel and offering. In laymen's terms, that's a stick, candle, bowl, and bread.

The wand, for example, might be cleansed with one's own breath-of-power (breath carries will) infusing life-force into the wood, then held high & introduced to the Four Winds (waft it around), then charged with a statement of what it is to do, such as - "Wand of Wood, you now serve as a channel of life force and will grow in power with each use by my hand alone." If you wish, bless it in the name of the Lady and Lord of Nature (or your choice of belief). Make up your own heart-felt wording.

You could also touch the cleansed tool with a bit of the 4 elements, fanning it with air, passing it through flame, dipping it in rain water, and dusting it with soil from your property. Or use only the one element to which it belongs. A little full moon exposure may feel fitting too. Be inspired.

SOME THOUGHTS ON WHAT TOOLS CAN MEAN

I've chosen the wand, candle-flame, bowl & offering as beginning tools because most people already have them in the house or can find them. I have not included the blade as some beginners might be under legal age, nor the pentacle which could raise some religious objections. If you are allowed to burn incense, you'll need a fireproof holder. Potpourri scent, a reed diffuser or a fragrant, yellow rose could make an Air symbol and substitute for incense smoke; and battery powered flameless candles are gaining popularity. In magical thinking, the symbol is as real as the "thing" itself. We all have had to deal with rules and regs when "no open flames" were allowed.

Magical tools can represent the creative forces of Nature, the active or "male" and the passive or "female" principles. Two symbols of these forces of flux and reflux are the rod/wand which is male, and the containing vessel/bowl which is female. A third creative principle is union, and the dark void from which the two opposing forces originated. This transforming force can be symbolized by the flame. It's a trinity concept in which the parts are equal to the whole, and you can't have one without also considering the others. There are certainly more complex ways of thinking of the tools, beyond the purpose of this intro.

Tools serve as symbols to reinforce these creative associations within our minds, and thus stimulate and strengthen the focus of the magical will. Tools are symbols to our minds, and open mental pathways. They act as gateways between the seen and unseen. They have no power in themselves (except what we give them) and you may freely choose not to use them. Tools do not define the witch. The witch defines the tool.
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Re: Getting Started

Postby SpiritTalker » Fri Feb 10, 2017 3:42 pm

CHARGING MOON WATER

We can make some power-filled water by capturing the Full Moon's reflection in a clear jar or bowl of water. Full Moon empowered tap or well water can be used as a base for potions, with appropriate herbs and spices simmered in the water like making a cup of tea, or used for cleansing by adding a pinch of sea salt. Spell petition papers can be spritzed with or soaked in the water and dried before inscribing, and then charged as usual.

Some additives might be moon-compatible lemon juice, or jasmine or white rose petals that can be strained out later...or not. Your choice. :D
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Re: Getting Started

Postby SpiritTalker » Fri Feb 10, 2017 3:46 pm

MAKING HOLY WATER
(and a word or two about salt)

Holy water is used for cleansing. The salt is known to neutralize psychic energy clinging to things. The churchy-method is to bless the salt, then the water, and add them together. Hold the bowl in your hands, but there's no need to charge it with energy, as the salt will neutralize it. Words of blessing are spoken with the "boss-voice" of authority, such as:

Creature of Salt, you are a source of purity and life. I bless you in the name of the Horned Lord of Nature.
Creature of Water, you are life giving and cleansing. I bless you in the name of the Lady of the Moon.

1-3 pinches of salt is then added to about a cup of water, and stirred.

The blessed water can be stored in a lidded jar. The water itself can be tap water, or from stream, lake, river, ocean, or well. A blessing means you are giving your OK for the cleansing action. It is not charging the water with any power, but is removing obstacles by removing dissent & opposition, which is exactly how you want the blessed water to perform. You are showing it how to behave.

If you're a kitchen witch, think about removing the salt shaker from the table if you are going to conjure the meal. Think about it...salt neutralizes psychic energy. Period. That is why it cleanses. So be aware of how you use salt. It's my personal opinion that salt should be used with awareness, and responsibility. Who or what do you want to get rid of? Salt can't discriminate.
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Re: Getting Started

Postby SpiritTalker » Fri Feb 10, 2017 7:05 pm

@binxyhollow...I think I may have gottn a bit carried away...but all for the cause, hey?
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Re: Getting Started

Postby Ashrend » Fri Feb 10, 2017 7:45 pm

A lot of information but very VERY useful, thank you for all the information.

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