Practicing Your Craft

What does it mean to be a Witch? Is ritual once a month all there is? What do you do once you've learned how to do ritual? What happens beyond the rituals?

The world is full of people going nowhere fast. You've discovered this wonderful spiritual Path, but really, what are you doing with it? What can you do with it? How can it benefit you? What does it mean to "live your Craft"?

Come find ways to practice what you've read, to have a fuller, richer, more rewarding life, by living your Craft.


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  • Red Wolf (.

    Good topic & lively conversation.

    January 12, 2013

  • Jim M.

    There are so many parts of living our craft. I'm looking forward to hearing others views of what comes after the basics.

    January 2, 2013

    • Greyhart

      And the great thing about Practicing your Craft, is it can be done while you're learning the basics. These are life lessons that can, and should be practiced from the start.

      January 2, 2013

  • Silence

    Let me know what direction you are going in and I can give you a listing of various books that go beyond 101. They are out there, for those who just can't seem to find a mentor/teacher that fits for them.

    January 2, 2013

    • Greyhart

      Bring the list. I don't know of any books aimed at the Wicca/Pagan market that don't use most of the book to explaion the basics.

      January 2, 2013

  • suzann r.

    Greyhart, Several of us have figured out what to do after the basics. I would enjoy hearing your suggestions, but wondering -- Will this be a discussion or a lecture?

    January 1, 2013

    • Greyhart

      I'd say it'll be a little of both. I'll start off, but I suspect there are enough of us who have gone beyond the basics, that we'll get several different views, and there are always questions.

      January 2, 2013

  • Deanna

    Right on target. I need a jump start.

    December 31, 2012

    • Greyhart

      It's not like anyone writes any books about what to do after you've learned the basics. This is the part that took me the longest to figure out, because I had to do it for myself.

      January 1, 2013

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