Enchantments: A Modern Witch's Guide to Self-Posession
"Imagine that your best friend, a supremely cool, funny, and irreverent person, is also a witch willing to educate and inspire you toward your own witchy practice with humor, sass, and intelligence. This book is magic--literally!" - Michelle Tea, author of Modern Tarot
Mya Spalter has spent years among candles, herbs, cats, and spells as an employee at New York City's oldest occult shop, Enchantments. Since it would get crowded in there if all of you visited, this book will be your guide to its secrets and stories; in the process, Mya will introduce you to some mystical concepts you can use to build spells and rituals that resonate with your own personal style, including:
- Create and Maintain Altars: Even people who aren't spiritually inclined can get down with an altar as a place to model beauty and balance in their lives.
- Save Your Love Magic for Yourself: Because casting a love spell on someone else is pushy and far too easy to mess up.
- Clean Your Filthy Apartment: Fine, maybe you make your bed every day, but Mya's talking about the kind of grime you can't necessarily see.
- Money Magic for Need, Not Greed: Hint: it starts with tipping well; it doesn't pay to be miserly when asking the universe for abundance.