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10 Low-Energy Daily Witchcraft Practices


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I wasn’t sure how to title this post, to be honest. I originally intended this for disabled and chronically ill witches like myself, but I realised that it could be helpful for anyone. I settled on low-energy daily witchcraft practices because these are some things I do when I don’t have enough energy for deep research or long rituals.

By low-energy, I mean short and simple witchcraft practices that you can do daily.

By no means am I suggesting that you do all 10 of these every day (I certainly don’t), but I do incorporate witchcraft into my everyday life. Sometimes it’s as simple as stirring intention into my tea or meditating for 5 minutes. I see magick as like a muscle, it needs to be maintained.

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10 Low-Energy Daily Practices For Witches

Whether you’re a new witch, you’re feeling a bit burned out, or struggling with mental health… let’s take some time to get back into the basics and keep your magickal practice going.

It’s been a few months since I made a video, so I decided to make one for this blog post. I’m truly amazed that so many people have subscribed to my YouTube channel, especially as I only make short videos at the moment. It means a lot! I’ve got another video scheduled for next week, I’m aiming to upload there more regularly.

1. Start your day with a 5-minute meditation.

2. Light candles for your deities.

3. Pray to your deities, or to the universe.

4. Pull a tarot card for the day.

5. Go outside and ground yourself.

Grounding Tips:

Sit, lie or place your hands on the ground.

Feel the energy of the Earth. Breathe deeply.

Imagine that your body is like a tree, with roots reaching deep into the Earth.

Visualise (if you can) your energy running into the ground, or vice versa if you feel you need energy.

6. Check the moon phase and astrological placements.

7. Stir intention into your tea or coffee.

8. Leave an offering at your altar.

9. Make some moon water or charge your crystals in moonlight.

How To Make Moon Water:

Fill a jar or container with water, and leave it to charge in moonlight.

Full Moon water is the most potent, but this can be done at any time, except during a lunar eclipse.

If you have a specific intention or affirmation, focus on it.

Feel free to add water-safe crystals to your moon water.

10. Write in your grimoire, book of shadows, or journal.

Candles, old book and skull.

Over the years, I have struggled with feeling guilty and inferior when I have a lupus flare. I also have aphantasia, which means I can’t visualise. I physically can’t practice witchcraft as intensely as many other witches, and that’s okay.

Making sure I practice every day, even if just for 5 minutes, helps me feel grounded and connected.

Regular meditation is definitely something to prioritise because it’s essentially training your brain!

Are you a disabled witch like me? I’d love to know your thoughts on this topic, and how you maintain a daily witchcraft routine. I hope you find these low-energy daily witchcraft practices helpful.

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- Emily

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  1. Thank you so much for this! I have Rheumatoid Arthritis, Degenerative bone disease and several other debilitating illnesses. I always feel guilty when I can’t do my full routine of magic on a daily basis. Knowing there are other Witches out there with the same problems, makes me feel not so alone and guilty! Very much appreciated! Brightest Blessings to all of you out there!

  2. As someone who frequently experiences burnout from autism, anxiety and depression, I found this immensely helpful and reassuring. I can relate to feeling guilty during low energy episodes, so this is an uplifting reminder that we’re still witches, and there are still little things we can do to stay committed to our practices. Personally, simple tea spells are a favourite – I don’t dare try big rituals on bad mental health days, and low energy witchcraft helps me get through difficult times. It isn’t a substitute for therapy, but it still helps.

  3. I have aphantasia too so it’s nice to see someone else who struggles with the constant call for visualisation when it comes to meditation. I try to use the feeling in and around my body to help me think of myself as surrounded by light

  4. I didn’t know you had a YouTube channel, and since binging YouTube video’s is my absolute favorite thing. I’ll take a look. Loved this video by the way. I hope you are doing well. You are an inspiration to folks like me who want to start a channel, but don’t want to have to worry about filming myself. LOVE THIS. — Wye

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