Re-Share: 3 Steps to Finding Spiritual Fulfillment from Within – The Witch of Lupine Hollow

“Gaining confidence in yourself as a witch is probably the most important thing you can do for yourself on your spiritual path. Reading all the witchy books and blogs you can get your hands on can be inspiring but it’s only going to get you so far. If you’re lacking confidence in your path, in whether it’s the right path for you, whether your practice and altar look like they are “supposed” to or whether you’re “doing it right”, then all of the outside sources of inspiration are probably just leading you to a place of overwhelm and paralysis…”

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Source: 3 Steps to Finding Spiritual Fulfillment from Within – The Witch of Lupine Hollow

35 thoughts on “Re-Share: 3 Steps to Finding Spiritual Fulfillment from Within – The Witch of Lupine Hollow”

  1. Our intuition is part of our power… that and the ability to recognize the divine in ourselves. My intuition is always spot on and as my experience this spring showed, amazing things happen when we tune into that intuition. You are a great guide, Sis. Karen would be an amazing addition to our Sisters of the Fey blog. <3

  2. There sure are a lot of labels, aren’t there? If you claim to be a witch, that title comes with a responsibility, too. Number one to yourself, but also to your path. You bear the burden of misconception from the beginning of time. I believe that I am a Buddhist, healer, seer, empath, and faery witch. I believe in gods and goddesses. I probably identify with Wicca more than anything else. Yet, there is a dark side to all of this that I choose not to embrace. Some would say that because of that choice I’m not a true witch. So mote it be. I think we should all be eclectic, and to do what brings us the most fulfillment. Forget the labels. Be who you are. Love, show compassion and help our fellow humans. That’s the kind of witch I want to be. I know you feel that way too! <3

  3. Colleen, I have often wondered if there is a big difference between a psychic, seer, and a witch? What if a person was both or wanted to be both? i have studied or at least read so much about wtichcraft for years, since I was in my twenties, but I have only occasionally done a spell for good will and health for others. I don’t have crystals or any other witchcraft tools, except several Grimoires (Green Witch, Wiccan, Fairycraft, and so much more). I love rocks and stones, forests and oceans, The 1600s always fascinates me, and I have more candles than is probably legal (just kidding – but I do). anyway, just thought. Karen 🙂


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