Seel, ghosts and ghouls!
I hope the month of November has been treating you so so well. It's been quite the week for me, and I find myself needing some time to recharge my batteries. In this time I often isolate myself, I feel very unmotivated, and it takes effort to climb up the steep hill.
I wanted to share with you friends that in time of recharge, grounding, need and building yourself back up, we do it rightly so that we may be wolves out of the woods. Whoever your gods are, call to them to help you to help yourself. Each season that is a lull, build yourself up stronger and better. Be the wolf in waiting. Take your time, store your confidence that you may come out self assured and confident.
In witchcraft, a lot of our magic works with affirmations and visualization and knowing it is true/it will come to pass/it is happening. Day in and day out state that you are a wolf out of the woods. Don the fur, breathe in the earthy smell. Pull it's driving energy deep within you, that you may charge forward through each moment boldly. Let it become a part of you moment by moment so that you and the wolf within become whole and strong again.
Sometimes, a certain time person, place, job, situation can drag you down; but as a practitioner of Witchcraft let it only be momentarily. These lulls are important. They humble us and help us grow. If you feel down, lost, restless... practice this mantra. Take care of yourself as a wolf in the wild takes care of themselves. Focus on yourself, your boundaries, and your rules. Your life and your craft matter.
As you do this, soon you'll see---you'll be a wolf out of the woods, snarling at anything set to come against you, able to handle the ups and downs. It is in our blood, kittens, to be this brave. It is in our blood, to be this strong. As we will it, it already is.
Author: Stormie of Silfren Circle
Metal head, lover of cult classic horrors, monsters, oddities, and creeps. Texas made, animal mom to a bearded dragon, ball python, doggy that looks like an Ewok, cat, and hamster. Nerd. Honor the Norse Gods and beliefs. Loving life with my handsome spouse and our little family.