Elyse Welles and Leandra Witchwood discuss Magick, food, herbs, tea, rituals, and more. This is where Witches come together to talk about our interests and experiences. The Magick Kitchen Podcast is an extension of The Magick Kitchen Blog created by Leandra Witchwood, Herbalist, Tea Witch, Shadow Witch, Occultist, Blogger & Author. With 25+ years of working knowledge in the craft, her training began with Ceremonial Magick evolving into a more organic free-form style of Witchcraft. LEARN MORE AT www.LeandraWitchwood.comElyse Welles is a Greek Egyptian American witch practicing for over ten years on 3 continents, and is initiated in an eclectic Faery Tradition coven but integrates practices from her own multicultural background. Creator of Seeking Numina (Latin for 'spiritual places'), Elyse Welles is a nomadic poet, novelist and non-fiction writer, based between Athens, Greece and Pennsylvania, bringing you to sacred sites around the world through online workshops and meditations, and i... more
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In this episode, Leandra and Elyse discuss the covert ways you can use witchcraft in your mundane life to make your workplace more bearable! more
In this episode, Elyse and Leandra are joined by author Nicholas Pearson, discussing entrainment, quantum physics, and more as he explains the scientific approaches we can apply to our use of crystals, flower essences, and expanding our magical pract... more
In our first listener-led episode, Leandra and Elyse share responses from dozens of listeners on how witchcraft has changed your life. We are so grateful to all the contributors who submitted their thoughts! Thank you for sharing your amazing stories... more
Thank you for sharing what you did about inclusivity and equity during your Pride Month episode. more
This is a perfect combination of spirituality, witchcraft, advice without being preachy, education, and just enough woo. Good witchy and pagan podcasts are tough to find and this one is a MUST. They have great speakers come on to interview, as well. I find myself saving almost every episode so that I can come back to it in the future. more
I found these beautiful women while searching for self improvement podcasts. I thoroughly enjoy listening to their conversations and I’m enjoying the variety.
I haven’t been listening to the podcast for long; but I recommend it to ANYONE who is looking to get into witchcraft and doesn’t want to be overwhelmed. Listening to Elyse and Leandra talk is like getting together with your witchy aunties/cousins and having a talk about your craft. Both of these wonderful women are teachers without putting themselves on the pedals that most online influencers would do. It’s such a warm, welcoming and casual conversation when listening to Magick Kitchen. more
These 2 women put so much time and effort into all the knowledge they share, it’s like their hearts on full display. Not only that, they are all about breaking down misinformation and providing listeners with a true and accurate example of what witches look like, and how they practice their form of spirituality in this world. Their words have inspired me and soothed me on my path of exploration. I’ve become less fearful and more open-minded/kind-hearted because of learning through them. It’s not... more
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