I’m not brewing potions, waver a wand or spellbind my neighborhood. Why do I vibe with being a witch then?
There are many definitions of magic. Mine is that of a modern witch; the story of a woman who knows sacred geometry and the Power of Now, who studied art therapy, mystery schools and Alchemy, tried Peyote as well as Cocaine, Aurasoma as excitedly as Astrology.
I tried on Numerology, Tarot readings, drumming to free my soul and Afro Haitian dancing to power up my root chakra. I had my soul retrieved and regressed to many stages of my possibly former reincarnations, may it be genetic memory or just freaking amazing fantasy. I flirted with medieval monks as well as Aliens and felt one with “All There Is’ in medieval Paris and respectfully stepping on a Native American sacred ground.
My life was sprinkled with magical memories, visions and experiences keeping me alive in a turmoil of normal and crazy, success and failure, love and hate, wealth and being broke.
My book tells the story how I finally owned my witchyness.
I am not practicing one powerful school, I am not a sorceress or an alchemist; I am a cauldron of all my experiences.
Most important – like witches I transform my world and myself.
Magic works in real life when we align our thoughts, feelings and actions. The alchemy of my holy four, body, mind, soul and spirit works better than a charm.
Check out Ten steps to invite magic into your life