Spirit Nest Holiday Gift Guide for the modern witches who cast spells and craft magick into our lives. Pick your poison and for once, enchant your Witchy Lady with our selection of items.
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Fly High with this Frequent Flyer Tank Top. Unleash the power within every time you sport this tee.
Brrr! Don’t let the cold get into you when you dance with the moon. Also available in Black, Purple, or Navy.
Gain control of fire, air, earth, water, and the spirit in this special pyramid made from agate gemstone. Attract good spirits for the next year ahead.
Long gone are the days when witches are known to have bad skin. This Organic Day Cream has a special potion to keep your skin baby soft all day every day.
Leave your nest smelling sweet and mystical with this candle which features a special brew of magickal properties. Transfer the good vibes on the added quartz for love, protection, and healing.
Cleanse your aura whenever you ignite this bewitching incense! Guarantee to get rid of negative energies everytime you use it.
The comfiest boots you’ll ever walk in this winter. Warm your toes and walk tall with this faux fur boots.
Sparkle like the moon and the stars when you accessorize with these statment rhinestone earrings. It’s totally bewitching!
Why have one when you can have three? This powerful necklace has the dreamcatcher, fertility goddess, and triple moon. A perfect gift for anyone you want to wish happy holidays.
Get into the festive mood and serve your refreshments in this bewitchin’ wine glass! Don’t forget to raise your glass with your beloved coven!
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Imbolc is considered the midpoint between the Winter Solstice and Spring Equinox. It is recognized from February 1 – 2 and is also known as, Imbolg, Brigid’s Day, Oimelc or Candlemas. It’s a time to celebrate the recovery of the Goddess Brigid (It's pronounced “Breej,” or in some parts of Ireland, closer to “Breeds.”). Brigid is the daughter of Dagda and is one of the most well-known Goddesses in Irish Lore. Brigid is a Goddess that is usually celebrated and honored during Imbolc. She is a Goddess of the hearth, home, and inspiration. A protector of women and children and she is also associated with midwifery. The Goddess Brigid is well-connected to fire and encompasses all things to do with poetry, healing, and blacksmithing.
Imbolc is the first Fire Festival in the dark half of the wheel. This is a festival where we begin to see light and life returning to the earth. The Earth is being reborn with new life!
Herbs have been used for medicine, healing, rituals, and magick for centuries. The one thing to remember is herbs are living things. They each have their own unique energy vibration and should be treated with respect. When working with herbs I always recommend thanking the plant spirit for their aid.
There are literally thousands of plants and herbs out there to work with. Don’t get overwhelm! Let’s start with the top 12 herbs that every witch should have in their arsenal of tools.
Knowing the magickal properties will help you decide which herbs to choose from for your magickal purposes.