This Workshop is for anyone interested in or curious about witchcraft. Be apart of a safe witchcraft workshop . Spaces are limited due to location.
I am very honoured to bring to my workshops Karen Butler and Alexandra Williams. Both tutor at Kallima Spiritual Centre. Alex and Karen are both practicing within this field and with combined experience and passion for witchcraft Alex and Karen will run this workshop together. You do not want to miss this event!!
You will not only have fun, snacks and beverages included throughout the workshop but you will have the opportunity to meet like minded individuals. You will also receive your own CAST IRON CAULDRON to go home with.
You will learn about:-
Magical Timing Guides for Casting Spells
Moon phases can be used to heighten the success of spell-casting and some Witches swear by timing spells based on moon phases. Here is a guide for using lunar timing in your craft.
Creating channels by raising energy and directing it towards your goal is necessary if you want your spells to work. You can't just cast them and expect things to fall out of the air. You need to create channels for them. Learn what a channel is and how to make one.
Casting Effective Spells
Effective spells work and other spells don't—this is something you learn when you study Witchcraft. So, are you looking for more ways to cast spells that work for a change? Maybe the problem isn't your skills, it's your goals. Learn which spells not to cast so you don't waste your time.
Common Beginner Mistakes
Beginner mistakes are common, and even the best of us, no matter how experienced, probably stumbled over at least one or two common mistakes in the beginning. So, for all you beginners out there, forewarned is forearmed! Knowing what pitfalls to avoid can sometimes be half the battle.
Casting a circle
Making an alter
There will be a fun craft activity to make to take home which may be making your own
This event is ticket only. Over 18's only. Any dietary needs please advise on booking.
Braintree, Cm73rd Braintree
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