You know, if I told you everything I did in the average day, you would probably fall asleep before I finished the sentence. Most witches (and I'm very much including myself in this) do what everyone else does. We go to work, earn a living, cook some dinner, fight over who does the washing up, try to find a good film on the telly, fail to find anything at all worth watching on the telly, watch reruns and repeats of old sitcoms and fall asleep on the sofa to be rudely awakened at some ungodly hour to do it all over again....
But you didn't want to know all that did you? You'd rather know what I'm doing when I'm being "witchy...."
Well the thing to remember is that whenever I'm doing anything I can be being "witchy". Making a meal can involving stirring in a little magic, maybe working in a little positivity toward the intended recipient. Going to work in the morning, I might stop to look at the autumn leaves to feel the change in seasons and take a second to think about the turning of the wheel as it takes us on its journey through the seasons. I might pick up a feather and think it would make a good offering to the Goddess and wrap it carefully to put into my bag to put on my altar later. I did a load of housework the other day and finished off by making a room spray of lavender and herbs (using an old cif bottle, lol) to purify the atmosphere in each room.
My point is that I don't have a "witch switch"...(!) I don't change into being a witch. It is a part of who I am and it flows through me and every action I take. And it generates a moral consciousness in everything I do. I am a religious witch. In every deed, I ask myself - would the God and Goddess approve of this action? Is my intention true? Am I doing what I do for the right reasons?
There is nothing special I need to do to focus on my inner witch. Its just about seeing what I can make of the moment and bringing my magic, intent, belief and will into everything I do.
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