I had a tea leaf reading on Monday, and was told that I should start working on my Grimoire again. This woman’s is so magnificent that it is both inspirational and a lot daunting!! Damn, I need to maybe up my game here to reignite my interest in my Grimoire! Here is the video where she showcases it as well:

and here is her blog post on it:

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When you’ve dedicated yourself to the study of craft, you’re going to want to start your own written record of the path. It is the most natural thing and the concept of keeping a grimoire, book of shadows, or book of methods is found across all of the cultures of magical traditions, East to West. Now it’s your turn to feel that pull. You’ve got your big, beautiful blank book ready to go. Where do you start? How do you start?

By its nature, a private journal means no one can tell you what to do. Yet some of us just want tangible insights for inspiration, so that’s what this is. I’m most certainly not trying to tell you how to keep your own private journal. My own grimoire does not come close to following the instructions I am about to give.

Yet the other day, I was thumbing through a…

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