So, I’m not usually a Kindle user, having owned one but usually only using it for ARC’s. However, recently I’ve realised the full potential of using a Kindle and what’s available for cheaper prices in terms of Spirituality reading. I’ve managed to save around £20 simply by purchasing the ebooks over than the paper/hardbacks, so I’m very excited to continue my magical studies with these reads.
Year of the Witch: Connecting with Nature’s Seasons through Intuitive Magick | Temperance Alden
Goodreads Rating: 3.83
Genre: Witchcraft, Nonfiction, Spirituality, Paganism, Occult, Magic
Summary: When we think of the wheel of the year, the Wiccan wheel with its celebrations of the Yule, Beltane, Mabon, and Samhain come to mind. But what about a wheel of the year for the rest of us pagans and witches? As a witch living in sunny South Florida, long time hereditary witch Temperance Alden has often felt at odds gearing up to celebrate Yule, for example, when it is 76 degrees and sunny outside.
Year of the Witch will help readers create their own intuitive practices in harmony with the climate, culture, and local spirits where they live. It’s of interest to witches coming off the Wiccan path and looking for a more personal approach to celebrating the rhythms of nature.
Rebel Witch | Kelly-Ann Maddox
Goodreads Rating: 4.34
Genre: Witchcraft, Spirituality, New Age, Nonfiction
Summary: A truly contemporary take on how to be a witch, Rebel Witch is an antidote to the cookie-cutter witchcraft agenda that gives a new perspective on the craft, asking each reader to create a powerful, personalized practice that taps into the current mood of female empowerment and spiritual rebellion.
Rebel Witch reminds witches of the wondrous opportunity to jump into experimentation and invent something wild and individual, a practice shaped by their individual personality and life journey, rather than allowing themselves to be spoon-fed. It challenges witches to design a nurturing practice that is truly theirs.
Wicca Wheel of the Year Magic: A Beginner’s Guide to the Sabbats, with History, Symbolism, Celebration Ideas, and Dedicated Sabbat Spells | Lisa Chamberlain
Goodreads Rating: 4.26
Genre: Religion, Wicca, Witchcraft, Nonfiction, Paganism, Reference
Summary: The ancients lived by a fundamental truth that is often lost in our fast-paced world—that time is circular as much as it is linear. Following the Wheel of the Year by honouring the eight Sabbats, or days of power as they’re often called, helps us integrate this concept of circular time into our daily lives. The Wheel provides a sense of rhythm to the year, as the equal increments of days and weeks between the Sabbats allow us to feel the seasons turning in a beautiful symmetry.
Kitchen Table Magic: Pull Up a Chair, Light a Candle & Let’s Talk Magic | Melissa Cynova
Goodreads Rating: 4.33
Genre: Nonfiction, Witchcraft, Spirituality, Occult, Magick
Summary: This beginner’s guide to magic is like sitting down at the kitchen table with Melissa Cynova as she shows how to use simple prayers, spells, and rituals to make positive improvements in your life. Melissa’s straightforward and witty style makes it easy to start working magic for love, luck, prosperity, protection, blessings, and more. With tips for setting intentions effectively and connecting with spiritual energies in a safe way, Kitchen Table Magic is a perfect first step on a magical journey. You will also learn how to use gemstones, crystals, pendulums, tarot cards, and other tools that will enhance your spell work. Magic has been used by people around the world for thousands of years. This book is a down-to-earth guide to powerful and effective magical techniques for connecting with spirit and creating the life that you truly desire.
Yoga for Witches | Sarah Robinson
Goodreads Rating: 4.19
Genre: Witchcraft, Nonfiction, Spirituality
Summary: FIND YOUR MAGIC ON THE MAT!
Yoga for Witches explores a new kind of journey, connecting two powerful spiritual disciplines, with enchanting effects! Witchcraft and yoga share many similarities that are, for the first time, explored in combination, in this ground-breaking new title from Sarah Robinson, certified yoga instructor and experienced witch.
Yoga for Witches shares exercises, poses and the knowledge you need to connect to your own special magic and inner power.
4 thoughts on “Witchy Wednesday | A Witchy Ebook Haul!”
Honestly, going for the eBook route is great for something more niche and lifestyle based. Not only are you saving money, you have a wider access to more sources on a subject area publishers don’t invest super highly in. 💜
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Exactly! There’s so many books I’ve not heard of before on the kindle store, because they’re just not discussed anywhere else. 😍💖
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Oh! Yoga for witches & kitchen magic sounds like good ones.
I’m actually the same xD somehow I only ever bought one book on my kindle app- the rest being arcs and one that my friend bought me for my birthday.