Summary of Arin Murphy-Hiscock's The Green Witch

Please note: This is a companion version & not the original book. Sample Book Insights: #1 A green witch is not defined by where she lives or what she does to bring home a paycheck. She is defined by her relationship to the world around her, by her ethics, and by her affinity with the natural world. #2 Green witchcraft is a nature-based spirituality that focuses on the individual’s interaction with his or her natural environment. It acknowledges a god and a goddess, and recognizes that magic is a natural phenomenon. #3 The path of the green witch is an individualized practice, and there is no body of formal knowledge passed on through careful training. Modern eclectic groups may base their regular practice on the ideals of green witchcraft, but it is not the same thing. #4 The green witch believes in healing, harmony, and balance. She understands that the earth and all living things on it are a collective term for both nature and people. She believes that people affect other people with their energy, and she strives to maintain a harmonious energetic environment in which people can feel calm and empowered to improve themselves.

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