Create a dedication to put into your grimoire. Dedicate it to whatever or whomever you praise.
Write it out and put it into your grimoire. Make sure to ask for protection as well.
Create a color magick chart. Correspond ink colors with your intention when writing in your grimoire.
Draw sigils that bring protection to your grimoire and wards off unwanted eyes.
Chart out or make a timeline of your witchcraft so far, make it easy to expand and add onto. Include any events that helped shape your path.
Tuesday: Start of the year journal prompts
Define your path.
When did you begin your path?
How has it changed over time (more specifically how has it changed since last year?)
What makes witchcraft YOUR path?
What does being a witch mean to you?
What do you hope to achieve and and learn through witchcraft?
How has time affected your beliefs?
How did you come across witchcraft?
What made you want to practise witchcraft?
What do you hope to achieve by doing the 2017 grimoire challenge?
Is there anything you fear while following this path?
What type of entities do you believe in?
Who are your patron Gods and Goddesses, if any?
In what ways do you hope to grow?
Wednesday: Goal Setting
Set a goal you want to complete by the end of the month.
Set five goals you want to complete by the end of the year.
What are your witchcraft related life goals?
Thursday: Chosen tools of your craft
What is the one tool you use immensely in your craft that you could not practice without? Why? What are its correspondences, properties, uses?
List the main tools used in your practice.
Do you work with crystals? Bones? Herbs? How do you use them? Why do you use them? What kind or role do they play in your craft?
Friday: Types of Witches
Are you a solitary practitioner or do you practice with a coven? Why do you choose the solitary path or vice versa?
Do you use a label?
If so, what kind of witch do you label yourself as?
If not, what are your reasons for not using a label?
Do you agree with the use of labels? Are they used too freely, with not enough thought put into them?
Is there a certain witchcraft path that you may not agree with? What is it that you do not agree with?
Do some research on it, gather enough knowledge for you to understand their practise. Once you gather enough of an understanding do an entry on it. Make sure to include your opinions before and after you did your research.
Saturday: Full Moon
There is a full moon on Saturday, February 11th.
Do you have anything planned for the full moon?
What is your favorite activity to do during the full moon?
Do you perform rituals? Cleanse crystals? Cast spells?
Do you have any full moon traditions?
Create a correspondence between full moon and the months. Does a certain month influence the moon’s magick?
Create a list of 2017′s full moons.
Sunday: February Magick Calendar
Draw out the February calendar in your grimoire. Include any important magickal dates such as the full moons, sabbats, retrogrades, eclipses, and any other important magickal workings. Use this to organize when you want to practice magick or meet with your coven.
If you post your progress make sure to use the tag #moonlight grimoire challenge so I can reblog it here. Good Luck!
Working on perfecting geode skulls that LIGHT UP! This one I’ve decided not to sell but we have a fox in progress and are working on a better way to light up both the nasal cavity and cranium without having to use a splitter. We will have more of these in the store when they are completed. Keep an eye out for MORE SHINY THINGS
I always like to keep certain magical supplies on hand when I’m on the go, but I tend to put a vile in this pocket and a crystal in that pocket and I forget what is where.
Altoid tins make great organizers for when you’re out and about. I’ve also seen many people make travel altars with these for when they are away from home or if they are still in the broom closet.
This kit can be anything that you find is most important to have based in what you do. I’m a stickler for cleansing and protecting my surroundings. So my kit includes:
- Sea Salt
- Dragons Blood Salt
- Smokey Quartz Crystal
- A wand (one that I made myself using fox bone, clear quartz point, and some tigers eye and fire agate beads)
- A Tea Light and some matches
- A striker for the matches glued to the lid
- Mini bowl made from epoxy clay
- Home made mini runes also made from epoxy clay.
What I love most about this tiny tin is that it can fit into a bag as small as a clutch or even your pocket and you’ll have everything you need.