Recipes, Spells, and Wisdom from the Hedgerow
Once upon a time the witch held a place of esteem in the village; her knowledge of local plants and wayside herbs were used to heal; her wisdom and empathy made her the village matchmaker and marriage counselor; and her ability to commune with nature and animals gave her a place of revelry and wisdom. She was the Hedgewitch.
Aimed at the busy witch, who is both breadmaker and breadwinner, this book revives the spirit of the Hedgewitch and teaches you how to make every day one full of wisdom, healing, and magic. For the practicing or wouldbe witch whose life is more jeans, chaos, and the neverending question of what's for dinner than it is black robes, cauldrons, and incantations, Mandy Mitchell has a recipe for you!
"I want to demonstrate how daily chores can become magical rituals with the potential to enrich and transform your lifeeverything from the way we form relationships with our families and friends to cooking, cleaning, and healing."from the introduction
Journey through the wheel of the year with one eye on the kettle and the other on the magical!
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About the Author
Mandy Mitchell is a mother, a doting grandma, and also a practicing Hedgewitch. She lives within the magical landscape of Wiltshire, with Stonehenge, Avebury, and Savernake forest very close by. She believes in juggling real life and trying to live each day magically by turning the daytoday tasks into magical rituals. Along with simple spells, seasonal food and honoring the rhythms of nature, a sense of humor is key to being a modern Hedgewitch!
Mandy is passionate about connecting with others in today's busy world, bringing the modern and ancient together. She embraces the online world and would love to hear from anyone wishing to be part of the magical community. Check her out: facebook.com/hedgewitchbookofdays
Read an Excerpt
". . . this is a book for the here and now, a book to help bring a little magic into your home. I want to help show you how you can make everything you do more magical, no matter how chaotic your daily life can be from time to time. I want to demonstrate how daily chores can become magical rituals with the potential to enrich and transform your lifeeverything from the way we form relationships with our families and friends to cooking, cleaning and healing." from the Introduction
Table of Contents
Chapter One: March,
Chapter Two: April,
Chapter Three: May,
Chapter Four: June,
Chapter Five: July,
Chapter Six: August,
Chapter Seven: September,
Chapter Eight: October,
Chapter Nine: November,
Chapter Ten: December,
Chapter Eleven: January,
Chapter Twelve: February,
Appendix: Magical Properties of Herbs, Plants, and Trees,