The Witch's Complete Guide to Self-Care
Everyday Healing Rituals and Soothing Spellcraft for Well-Being
by Theodosia Corinth
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Pub Date 19 Oct 2021 | Archive Date 04 Nov 2021
Quarto Publishing Group – Chartwell Books, Chartwell Books
The Witch's Complete Guide to Self-Care features over 100 accessible rituals, spells, and mystical practices to help you reconnect to your mind, body, and spirit.
Witchcraft is the practice of connecting a deeper power within yourself to the power within nature. Blending witchcraft and wellness, the abundance of meditations and manifestations in this guide will help you unite with your intentions and the natural world around you to live a fully fulfilled life. While this book will not give you a simple spell to be happy, its intention is to unseat the complex issues that are the roots of your unhappiness.
Complete with meditations and mantras to guide you through the toughest parts of your craft, The Witch's Complete Guide to Self-Care is an essential part of any self-aware pagan's library. By performing rituals to release guilt and protection spells that build boundaries (among other things), this book will guide you through how to care for yourself and your inner witch. Reflection is a key component to self-discovery and fulfillment. Learn:How to make homemade tea blends to soothe your mind, and then read your fortune in the leftover leaves Cleansing rituals to banish bad energy Wellness witchery through goddess baths—complete with recharging herbs and crystals to help channel your light How to ward your time to protect your values Rituals for letting go of sadness, grief, and anything that is no longer serving you Uncrossing spells to help you move past whatever has been blocking you from your true happiness Herbal remedies to heal the body
Everything you need is already inside you, you just have to unlock your potential and manifest the future you deserve and desire.
Discover today’s top trending mind, body, spirit topics with the Witch’s Complete Guide series from Chartwell Books. From personal care to reading the tarot, these engaging lifestyle guides give modern witches the expert insight and spiritual know-how they need while practicing their craft. Whether you want to explore the stars or the magic of crystals, or make it a priority to incorporate self-care into your daily routine, these brightly colored take-along handbooks have the tools you need to succeed.
Other titles in the series include: The Witch’s Complete Guide to Tarot, The Witch’s Complete Guide to Astrology, and The Witch’s Complete Guide to Crystals.
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Average rating from 41 members
I really liked the layout and flow of this book. The illustrations were beautiful - this is great for a newbie and everything wasn't over complication with ingredients. I liked that it also provided additional recommended readings and online resources to continue to practice.
Great for a beginner! The book goes through some simple spells, meditation, and a little on tarot and astrology. I definitely grabbed a couple spells to put in my book of shadows, and scribbled down the recommend reading in the back.
4/5 there's a lot on meditation, and I'm bad at it.
Information is split nicely with beautiful pictures to look at along the way.
It has some great tips for self-care. And I think it be perfect for beginners.
I love the layout of the book. It’s very nice to look at and it looks magickal. There are journal prompts and tips for self care through witchcraft. There’s a little bit of everything for everyone. I will definitely be buying this book when it comes out and adding it to my collection. I cannot wait for it.
Firstly, I need to stress how beautiful the photography in this book is. The imagery in this book is stunning! Because of this, I think this would make a lovely gift.
The content in the book is really interesting, and I certainly learnt some new things and got some inspiration for magick. The book covers a broad range of topics so would be great for a beginner. However some of the spells are quite complex, so the book would also suit a more experienced witch.
Think there's a lot to take away from this book no matter what your experience.
I really enjoyed it.
This is a beautifully visual book . I loved this sensible outlook on self care as part of our craft. The author includes astrology, spells, tinctures, herbal use inclusive to spells for protection as well as wonderful self care techniques. This is such a outstanding book for any witches library. I will be gifting a copy for myself as well as friends.
Thank you to the publisher and to Net Galley for the opportunity. My review opinion is my own . I highly recommend this outstanding book for new and seasoned witches. . This has a wide variety of material that every witch can learn from. Well done to the author !
I absolutely recommend this to anyone, beginner or not, this is a bible to every witch this will help you come back to your inner self and centre yourself with this guide to nurture your body, mind, and spirit.
The illustrations are stunning and is a collector peace of art I absolutely fell in love with it, from meditation to natural remedies I recommend it
This is a very nurturing, gentle introduction to witchcraft. Very much a self care book, which uses easily obtainable items to help you improve your well being. Very easy to follow and achievable examples for everyone. Great ways to achieve more positivity in your life .
The witch’s complete guide to self care… is a must have. Beautiful artwork throughout the book and helpful tips!
A fantastic read! Very informative and educational. Helpful to baby witches and very intriguing. I will keep an eye out for more by this author.
The pages inside the book have beautiful art and pictures. It offers ways to connect with your body and spirit. The images are truly beautiful, the book includes recipes, potions and recommendations. I don’t think I will be using this book; however, it was great to have to opportunity to read it and see the imagery.
This is a really nice collection of self-care witch tips along with some good info for people new to any of the practices being recommended. I especially loved the sections on boundaries and healthy relationships.
This isn't the sort of thing I normally pick up but it's always been something I have had an interest in so as a beginner not knowing much at all I found this book a great place to start and really enjoyed reading it.
This was a great book - really simple and easy to follow along with for beginners. I wish there were more books like this when I was starting my path 15 years ago. So well written.
I found so much to love in Theodosia Corinth’s Witch’s Complete Guide to Self-Care that I would recommend this book to anyone, witch or not. Firstly, she gives caring consideration to how the daily wear of the world manifests in our lives, from fatigue and fragility to disconnection and anxiety. We’re not all just “stressed,” and I applaud the space she dedicates to identifying how one is specifically feeling. She reminds us that self-care at its best is “meant to build resilience, fortify the spirit, and help us better serve one another.” And then she drops the word ‘bibliomancy.’ Love. There’s a constant feeling of authenticity in this book – not dimestore pop psychology passing as meaningful guidance. Corinth writes compassionately, constructively, accessibly – and with a focus on intention. Highlights for me were her reframing exercise as “body practice,” the section on Intuition, the entire chapters on Space & Energy and Connecting with Community, and an underlying reverence for nature. She delivers instruction with thoughtful context, and the gorgeous imagery included brings her words magically to life.
I received a digital pre-publication copy of this book in exchange for a fair and honest review – and loved it so much that I also purchased a physical copy for my own collection.
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