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In the next few months, the forest that I grew up in is going be cut and torn up to put in a septic line. A 40-60 feet path, at minimum, will rip a tear through the heart of it. This is the forest where I grew up, where my parents and I have created a refugia garden, a wildlife sanctuary, and native woodland plant sanctuary. It is just heartbreaking to tend land carefully, only now, to have this awful thing happen that we have failed to stop. This is the forest that taught me so many of these lessons of land healing. The forest had just gotten to a point where it was once again vibrant, where the ramps started to creep back in, and the mature forest trees now stand, growing above the stumps that have rotted away. I feel powerless, knowing…
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by Silver RavenWolf
This cauldron is 10 inches in diameter and 3.5 inches deep.
My magickal family and I do a lot of outdoor work here at the RavenWolf hearthstone, which includes crafting, rituals, meditation, and spellcasting. Sometimes we use the circle bonfire area and in other instances, we have a cauldron centered on a picnic table as our focus. This winter we enjoyed mild temperatures with plenty of good weather to collect dried sticks and tinder for our fire work. To add to the enchantment, I’ve been making aromatic fire starters from collected and recycled materials nestled in soy wax.
Sticks gathered from the forest floor and herb stalks and roots pulled from last year’s garden.
You can make your own with just a few supplies. Here is what I used, however, feel free to change anything to match your needs.
Soy Wax — I…
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