Learning My Craft

“Just as a candle can not burn without fire, men cannot live without a spiritual life”


This post has taken me so long to write. It’s not that I didn’t want to write it, it’s just that I wanted to be really sure before I wrote it, and now I’m sure.

Spirituality is something that takes a while to understand. I think it’s really important to grow both mentally and spiritually. Ever since I was in 8th grade (5 years ago), I have been trying to understand what spiritual path I wanted to go on. At first, I thought I was atheist, but then I realized that there is something in the universe that does exist.

After I while, I really resonated with Wicca, so, I dabbled in it a little bit. It was a wonderful time in my life, but after about 2 years, it didn’t makes sense to me anymore.

Then, I found this wonderful book called, The Holy Bible, and I realized that I was Christian all along. After spending some time mediating on this decision, I talked to a few friends and my boyfriend about it and they were very supportive.

Now, I still practice witchcraft, but not in a way that is influenced by Satan. I honor the earth. I use tarot, crystals, and pendulums to help me understand my energies. I want to learn herbalism and kitchen spells. Nothing I do is influenced by hate or greed. I try to do everything with all the love that I have.

One of the practices that I believe in the most, no matter what path of faith, is meditation and praying. This practice is so beneficial for the mind, that no matter what spiritual path you’re on, I think you should do it. Mediation is to clear your mind and live in a state of peace. Praying, or whatever you wish to do, is a way to reflect, practice gratitude, and see what you truly want.

What I am not saying is that you must follow the path of Christ. That happens to be against everything I am about. I will not try and make others believe in what I believe in because spirituality is a personal journey and one that is inside yourself rather than what someone else tells you.

Spirituality is probably the most important thing for happiness in my life, not to say that other things aren’t important for happiness. I physically cannot live without a spiritual purpose. I think it’s really important to grow both mentally and spiritually.

Lots of love,

Meghan ❤

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