So you want to become a witch. This begs the question, why do you want to be a witch?
If on the other hand you feel there is more to our physical world than what you can see or touch, and you would like to learn more, and be able to tune into a greater truth, I think you may have the stuff that you need to become a “Witch”.
The dictionary defines a witch (in this context anyway) as a woman believed to possess magical powers and who practices the art of sorcery.
A witch is also defined as a believer or follower of Wicca, that is, a Wiccan.
My definition of a witch offers a little more than this. I see a Witch as a women seeking knowledge. Knowledge of the universe around her. Someone looking for truth and understanding of the world we live in.
Being a Witch is more than the rituals, it’s more than burning colored candles and having a black cat called Salem. It is a way of thinking, a philosophy of understanding the rhythms of our universe and how it works.
You and I are parts of that universe. Not just outsiders looking from on high.
It’s about having an open mind and being prepared to learn.
Becoming a Witch is a journey of discovery, one that should not be entered into lightly. It’s not a hobby like collecting stamps, or something fun to discuss at your next dinner party. And it is certainly not for everyone.
If I haven’t scared you away already, it is time to get down to how to become a witch.
The easiest way is to accomplish this is to break the process down into a series of steps or phases is probably more accurate.
The phases of how to become a witch can be found here.
Phases of Becoming a Witch