Magic and Disabilities
#1299 (In Topic #497)
I’ve practiced the Craft several years with disabling arthritis, sciatica and neuropathy. I walk short distances with a cane & use a walker with a seat to go the distance The point is I GO. I may not dance but I get there just the same. It doesn’t interfere with folk witchcraft. I always have a chair in my circle. I’m happily Solitary.
Most empaths have experienced the mind boggling backwashes of emotions occasionally. We learn to avoid crowds & shopping malls. Clinical depression does impact perception but it can be self monitored when medically treated so we’re alert to make cautious decisions.
I've found that simplifying is a must for magical practice. I just can’t deal with long chains of ingredients or lengthy incantations. I work with a few herbs & oils that smell good, are multipurpose & do the job. I love rocks and I admit I’m susceptible to glitzy and shiny objects. Ooo - pretttyyy. So I work around it 😁. I mean, what’s a girl gonna do?
Psychic experiences can overwhelm the senses and I have occasionally felt like reality is a moving target. Humans are flexible and adjust, even grudgingly. I didn’t learn grounding until my 30’s and it really helped calm the tide of the woo-woo factor. Yet we’re all individuals and learn at our own pace which is how it is. Learning from the woo woo experiences themselves is an opportunity not to be avoided.
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