Seeking is my space to share information and resources about religious witchcraft. The articles here come my own experiences as a witch, priestess, librarian, and person who gets frustrated at the lack of information on some topics.
What you’ll find
The site is divided up into seven main sections (plus some helpful concepts and resources I recommend.) Each page has many articles on related topics. Check out the guide to the site if you’d like a roadmap to get you started.
Beginning covers the very basics – terms, concepts, and what Paganism is and isn’t. It links to some additional great introductory resources. Check out this section for useful information on terms and core ideas.
As Pagans and witches, we often find ourselves needing to build our own paths. This section on Building a path has tips and ideas for how to do that without being completely overwhelmed.
The heart of the site is Doing. Doing magic, doing ritual, doing things that make us more self-aware people with more choices in our lives. This section covers everything from basic energy work (centering and grounding) to ritual and building a relationship with the gods.
Learning shares articles on how to find and evaluate information resources (books, websites, people…) for religious use, especially when dealing with common Pagan or witchy questions.
Connecting is for those of you who want to find other people to do things with, whether that’s learning, ritual, or magic. You’ll find articles on finding groups and events, how to make a good introduction, and what to expect at public events.
Adapting covers ways to adjust practices and make them work for you. There are tips here for people who’ve got chronic health issues, kids, or other situations that can make the practices in books not a thing that works for you.
Of course, there are also Questions that don’t fit tidily into other topics that come up. You can find answers here.
It’s hard for one site to cover everything, but I’m glad to consider other topics or articles. Just let me know or ask me a question through the contact form.
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