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The Witchs Book of Self Care review õ 103 á ➹ [Read] ➵ The Witchs Book of Self Care By Arin Murphy Hiscock ➼ – Helpyouantib.co.uk “From Wiccan author Arin Murphy Hiscock comes this fantastic guide to spiritual self care with a witchy bent The Witch’s Guide to Self Care contains recipes for products and spells“From Wiccan author Arin Murphy Book of PDF #186 Hiscock comes this fantastic guide to spiritual self care with a witchy bent The Witch’s Guide to Self Care contains recipes for products and spells for self restoration” Bustle Worship yourself the witchy The Witchs PDF or way learn how to nourish your body and spirit with herbal remedies spells and rituals inspired by witchcraft in this uniue enchanted guide to self careSelf care is a necessity for any modern woman and this book helps you prioritize Witchs B. 05 out of 5 starsCan I really be disappointed when my expectations were next to non existent DebatableLet's start with the self care part of the book There's nothing revolutionary about the things the author suggests we do as self care pactices naps baths journaling meditation teas scents and the like Trite all of it You can cover all that with a uick google search You don't actually need this book to tell you how to look after yourself It is common knowledge at this point that the aforementioned practices are soothing and helpfulNow that that's out of the way let us discuss why this book is c o n f u s e d While reading it I distinctly felt that a big chunk of it was just jumble of spiritual undistilled ideas The worshipping portion of this book prayers spells incantations comes off as self indulgent in the sense that I found it to be rather shallow and not attached to the Craft Witch is a word heavily associated with neopaganism but other than some vague animistic notions that at times were appropriating Native culture I don't think I learnt anything of value about modern day witches Moreover I'm somewhat uncomfortable with the idea of using a belief system and one's faith solely for aesthetic purposes which was exactly what I think happened here What makes me think that Why the mental calculation of all the MONEY one would need to apply some of the crafts and ideas presented in this book in their every day life I wasn't aware that witchcraft practices were so vastly commercialised The self promo doesn't help to convince me otherwiseHowever it wouldn't be fair to say all that without aknowledging my own bias As an atheist and a firm believer in healthy scepticism I found the paganwiccancall it what you want portion of this book unecessary especially considering the points made in the previous paragraph As a student in the STEM field I couldn't have suspended my disbelief enough to accommodate for all the unscientific waffle in this book All that being said I have a great and active interest in religions and belief systems and the symbolism behind their dogmas and practices that has been passed down to me through my religious upbringing So I think it is fair to say that The Witch's Book of Self Care failed to satisfy my curiosity in that regardTo sum up I would NOT reccommend the Witch's Book of Self Care If you're looking for a Self Help book maybe look into a regular one but definitely not thisHappy readingPS Trigger warning Discussion of depressionIn my opinion the way this book discusses mental health is rather problematic so you might want to stay away from that There is a spell on how to acceptembrace your depression for crying out loud that could be understandably triggering to people Oh and one last thing Essential oils can't heal your mental health troubles

The Witchs Book of Self Care“From Wiccan author Arin Murphy Book of PDF #186 Hiscock comes this fantastic guide to spiritual self care with a witchy bent The Witch’s Guide to Self Care contains recipes for products and spells for self restoration” Bustle Worship yourself the witchy The Witchs PDF or way learn how to nourish your body and spirit with herbal remedies spells and rituals inspired by witchcraft in this uniue enchanted guide to self careSelf care is a necessity for any modern woman and this book helps you prioritize Witchs B. 05 out of 5 starsCan I really be disappointed when my expectations were next to non existent DebatableLet's start with the self care part of the book There's nothing revolutionary about the things the author suggests we do as self care pactices naps baths journaling meditation teas scents and the like Trite all of it You can cover all that with a uick google search You don't actually need this book to tell you how to look after yourself It is common knowledge at this point that the aforementioned practices are soothing and helpfulNow that that's out of the way let us discuss why this book is c o n f u s e d While reading it I distinctly felt that a big chunk of it was just jumble of spiritual undistilled ideas The worshipping portion of this book prayers spells incantations comes off as self indulgent in the sense that I found it to be rather shallow and not attached to the Craft Witch is a word heavily associated with neopaganism but other than some vague animistic notions that at times were appropriating Native culture I don't think I learnt anything of value about modern day witches Moreover I'm somewhat uncomfortable with the idea of using a belief system and one's faith solely for aesthetic purposes which was exactly what I think happened here What makes me think that Why the mental calculation of all the MONEY one would need to apply some of the crafts and ideas presented in this book in their every day life I wasn't aware that witchcraft practices were so vastly commercialised The self promo doesn't help to convince me otherwiseHowever it wouldn't be fair to say all that without aknowledging my own bias As an atheist and a firm believer in healthy scepticism I found the paganwiccancall it what you want portion of this book unecessary especially considering the points made in the previous paragraph As a student in the STEM field I couldn't have suspended my disbelief enough to accommodate for all the unscientific waffle in this book All that being said I have a great and active interest in religions and belief systems and the symbolism behind their dogmas and practices that has been passed down to me through my religious upbringing So I think it is fair to say that The Witch's Book of Self Care failed to satisfy my curiosity in that regardTo sum up I would NOT reccommend the Witch's Book of Self Care If you're looking for a Self Help book maybe look into a regular one but definitely not thisHappy readingPS Trigger warning Discussion of depressionIn my opinion the way this book discusses mental health is rather problematic so you might want to stay away from that There is a spell on how to acceptembrace your depression for crying out loud that could be understandably triggering to people Oh and one last thing Essential oils can't heal your mental health troubles

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The Witchs Book of Self Care Ä Itation Learn how to reconnect with the healing energies of nature even in the middle of a bustling city as part of a series of meditations based on the elements and your senses DIY Body Butter Create your own custom soothing and smoothing body butter powered by crystal and essential oils suited to your intention and sanctified by a ritual And much The Witch’s Book of Self Care shows you how easy it is to connect to the earth harness your personal power and add a little magic to your everyday life for a better yo. A classic trashy 'aesthetic witchcraft' book Why do you have a spell for 'embracing your depression' This author needs to really sit down and think about whether she really wants to cash in on the mental health of naive young girls who just want to look pretty and 'witchy' characters ´ eBook or Kindle ePUB ✓ Arin Murphy Hiscock

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Arin Murphy Hiscock ✓ 3 read Ook of eBook #180with a little help from the magic of witchcraft The Witch’s Book of Self Care has advice for pampering your body mind and spirit with spells meditations mantras and powerful activities to help you to keep healthy soothe stress relinuish sadness channel joy and embrace your strength This book features such magical self care remedies A Ritual to Release Guilt Learn to burn whatever causes you pain and process painful memories or work through heavy emotions in this therapeutic ritual Green Space Med. I liked some parts and flipped through others that didn't apply to me I liked how the book looked visually but would’ve appreciated a spellingredient glossary This isn’t that “witchy” but it has practical advice for healthy living including how to create vision boards how to make bath bombs and meditation tips