What kind of witch are you? Do you even identify? How do you feel about witch “categorizing”?
So, if you’ve even popped into the witchy community for .5 seconds, you’ve seen a lot of different “types” of witches. Many witches identify based on the areas they concentrate their craft. Personally, I don’t love “labels” for types of witches. They make a lot of newer witches think they have to stick to one type of craft, and that’s it, which....isn’t true.
All the Pluto in my chart makes me live life in phases, and there’s some weird stigma about how people in general should commit to being something, and stick to that forever. There’s nothing wrong with reinventing yourself, or your craft. If I was REALLY going to list all the things I do, and am good at, geez I’d be like Khaleesi with a million titles. Y’all know me as a divination witch (if you classify by my job), but many know me as a hedge witch, a chaos witch, a storm witch, kitchen witch, hereditary witch, solitary witch, etc.
It’s also okay to identify as a type of witch! It gives us a sense of identity, and does help others at least get a vibe for what you do and focus on. These labels can be helpful, as long as you don’t let them limit you! So whether you’re a green witch, a grey witch, a Hot Cheeto witch, or none of the above, embrace your craft as part of who you are. Label or not! 📷 @yosoytoni .
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