Tips For Subtle Witchcraft
There are plenty of places & times when you may feel that openly being a witch will negatively affect your quality of life. Whether that be because of a hostile work environment, living with roommates who may not appreciate altars and spellwork, or something else.
For witches who can’t afford to have physical representations of their work / beliefs, here are a few tips:
🌰 Paint a sigil for beauty on your face with foundation before blending it into your skin.
🌰 Stir a sigil or your intention into a cup of coffee and drink to experience the results.
🌰 Charge water in a windowsill and use for anointing candles, doorways, or cleansing spaces by sprinkling a few drops.
🌰 Research popular folk beliefs / superstitions that you can co-opt into spells - think sprinkling some salt.
🌰 Learn to read playing cards - folks will assume you’re playing some kind of elaborate solo game.
🌰 Make use of meditation as a time to practice and ground.
🌰 Go out into nature and make use of your time with the wise old trees and friendly squirrels.
🌰 Explore kitchen witchery and herblore as mundane-friendly practice methods.
🌰 Use art as a mode of practicing. Paint sigils into your work, create images in place of an altar, and draw your intentions into being.
Don’t forget that you don’t need fancy tools, or physical objects to witch. You just need focus and a healthy dose of creativity.