Lady Winter by Ines-ka
There are a lot of people who write to me to ask if I can
teach them how to be a witch.
I know it feels lonely when you're first starting out as a Wiccan. You want to find like-minded people to talk to and learn from. You may even be wondering if I could be your teacher. But learning about the
occult isn't like learning math in school, where a teacher just sits you down and tells you what you need to know.
To learn Wicca, you need to be willing to seek answers and spend time reading,
meditating, doing energy work, and practicing magick.
I apologize that I can't personally teach you witchcraft, but there are too many new witches seeking a mentor. To help as many people as possible, I focus on putting as much information as I can here on my website so you'll have what you need in order to learn about Wicca on your own.
I would advise you to be cautious when seeking a mentor in the magical arts. Despite what some authors have said to the contrary, there actually are dark-minded and mentally-deranged witches who are into black magick, and they're typically the ones who are the most eager to train you (since someone like that has no friends in real life). If you happen to be a miserable, selfish person, then a teacher like that would be great for you. But if you're a sweet, positive (or just normal) person who loves the Earth and wants to use magic to improve your life and the lives of those you care about, you'd be better off using all the easily available resources that we have nowadays.
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