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Kitchen Witch, also known as Cottage witch and Hearth Witch, is a witch related to the house and the furnace, the cauldron is often used. This Witch type brings a piece of Wiccan / Pagan practice: religion, magic, gems, elements, and earth. A kitchen witch is often recognized as the practice, the practice of Celtic Wicca: elemental contact, an ancient and natural witch.
They are often healers, with great respect, and once past their 40s, they tend to take on an ancient role called "Wise woman" which means they have a wealth of knowledge. and they are admired for it. They work with plants, stones, flowers, human elements, dwarfs, and fairies.
But above all, they perform their magic in the kitchen and have the Goddess bring her talent in refining food. The poisons, herbal remedies, and natural instinct for the cauldron and house protection. Most of them usually do their best at mating because they are cunning in love and relationships - and one has said that al was a friend of Kitchen Witch for a lot of perks.
How to bring magic into the kitchen?
As you become more aware of what it is like to magically live, and more in tune with your own actions and activities, you may find that your own kitchen is a miracle. There are several things you can do to enhance the magical atmosphere in your kitchen. Try some or all of these to get started.
First of all, consider having a kitchen altar. The stove is today's equivalent of the old fireplace, and that's where most of the food preparation is done. Create a small altar with items that can be moved as needed - add a statue of a house or fireplace goddess, cauldron, or a candle.
If you like, draw a small object with symbols of your tradition.
Make sure your herbs are easily accessible in your kitchen. If you cook with them, display them in decorative jars. Make sure they don't sit in direct sunlight, though, or they'll lose their lapse. If possible, plant potted plants for year-round use. Keep the vegetables fresh on hand as well.
Read about practices like Feng Shui so you can optimize your workspace for maximum efficiency, both mentally and practically.
Keep the space clean. Like any other sacred space, physical cleanliness maintains mental cleanliness. It's hard to find balance in a messy and messy place. Make sure tabletops are cleaned after every meal, keep sinks free of dirty dishes, and organize cabinets and shelves so they are easy to use.
Want to feel happy every time you walk into your kitchen? Paint the colors of the walls comforting and happy! If your home still has the 1970s speckled metal wallpaper in the kitchen, it's time to get it out there. Choose a color that makes you and your family feel good - light earth tones, happy and bright yellows, and greens bring prosperity and abundance.
Keep cookbooks and recipes organized where you can find them. You may even want a special book of magical recipes that you keep separate from your regular Shadows book.
You can also incorporate magic practices into your cooking. When you're stirring up a recipe, consider stirring in the direction of deosil or widdershins, depending on what goal you want to achieve. If you are making a sandwich, mix seasoning like mustard in a sigil for your purposes. When you toast bread, add herbs or spices to match your magical needs.
Get your kitchen clean and organized, and you'll be well on your way to a successful path as a kitchen witch!