Witchy Bites: once bitten, twice witch
by Hanny and Liz
April 14, 2021 2:00 pm
Hanny and Liz are two witches living in the Southern Hemisphere. We look forward to sharing our journeys with you.
This month Hanny and Liz have an in-depth discussion about the statement that our wonderful friend Lynn made;
“Centuries old practice is not learned on TikTok. Don’t school others on lore you read “somewhere”. Chop wood, carry water puppies. There are no shortcuts.” — Lynn Parlett.
During the discussion, we cover:
– What is learning?
– How adult learners differ for children
– Wasps… yeah, there was an interloper or two!
– How annoying being schooled is… and is it okay to ‘school’ people?
– How readily available instruction is in the witchcraft community
– Is caring about other people’s practice a good use of our time?
– Are there shortcuts we can take in our practice?
– In Search of the New Forest Coven by Philip Heselton (Peter was sooooooooo close, but it’s Philip!). Published: 1st September 2020. ISBN: 9781913768003
– Pan’s Daughter: the magical world of Rosaleen Norton by Nevill Drury . ISBN: 9781906958411
– The Witch of Kings Cross (2020): Documentary. https://www.imdb.com/title/tt13795322/
It turns out there are a few books titled Chop wood, carry water. So Josh’s book is not the right one! It is:
Chop wood, carry water: a guide to finding spiritual fulfillment in everyday life by Rick Fields. Published 1st December 1984. ISBN: 9780874772098
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