The ultimate guide to wicca and witchcraft for a modern mystical audience
To me, Wicca will always be about experiencing the earth, working with what you can find and practising the craft. For its true meaning. It promotes equality in all and has brought me many benefits: acceptance, kindness and self-love.
Harmony Nice is at the heart of a growing community of modern-day wiccans. Who practise natural magic to improve their own lives and the world around them. In Wicca she encourages you to explore the positive impact that ritual. As well as meditation and embracing nature can have on your creativity, confidence and sense of self-worth.
Discover how to cast spells, start your own Book of Shadows. Join a coven and feel empowered to follow a path that feels good and true to you.
This book is beautifully packaged, with an illustrated hardcover (no dustjacket) in muted colours and rose-gold foil. It’s a beautiful book to hold and have on your shelf!
I haven’t read that many books on Wicca however so far I feel like this one was the perfect book on this topic for me. It literally had everything I wanted to learn about Wicca, well the bare bones but of course now that I know what I want to learn I can undergo independent research. I feel like that is one of the main reasons why I love Pagan religions and Wicca, you can really customise it and focus on whatever interest you. I like being able to pick and choose what aspects fit my lifestyle and beliefs so everything that I have learned from Harmony Nice that I feel like by adding will enhance and enrich my life I will be applying definitely.
Harmony Nice is a twenty-something YouTuber and Instagram star helping to bring a greater interest and understanding of Wicca to a modern, diverse audience. She became interested in Witchcraft and Wicca at the age of 14 after discovering that her great-grandmother, Hilda, was a witch. Three years later she started her Youtube channel to communicate with other practitioners, educate newcomers and generate discussion. She appeared on the BBC documentary ‘Britain’s Young Witches’ in 2017.