Book review: The Green Witch
The lovely people at Simon and Schuster sent me this book to take a peek at.
The first thing is the book itself which is a hardback but with a really natural old world feel to it, a 'proper' book vibe with a delightful cover design.
It is according to the cover 'your complete guide to the natural magic of herbs, flowers, essential oils and more'...
Whilst I wouldn't call it 'complete' (and I don't think there ever could be a complete book') it is a decent size and certainly covers most of the basics.
The chapters inside cover:
- What is Green Witchcraft?
- Embrace your own power
- Attune yourself to nature
- Manifest the power of the seasons
- Live closely with the earth
- Keep a green witch garden
- Create and craft Green Witch magic
- Become a natural healer
- Green Witch kitchen recipes
If you are just starting to investigate the path of a green witch then you will find this a very useful book. It is written in a very easy to read and friendly way and encourages the reader to find their own personal pathway. Filled with lots of exercises, meditations, suggestions, recipes and rituals it makes for a very enjoyable read.