Happy Friday! Today, I am sharing with you 8 witchcraft books for beginners. Personally, these books really helped start my journey as a witch. They guided me and opened my eyes to a new world and made my process to become a witch and a spiritual person easier.

If you want to know what are the witchcraft books I recommend, then keep on reading! Don’t forget to check out my previous post: 7 EASY HOUSEPLANTS TO KEEP ALIVE

8 Witchcraft Books for Beginners

8 Witchcraft books for beginners

Magical Self-care For Everyday Life by Leah Vanderveldt

The first book I recommend is the “Magical self-care for everyday life” by Leah Vanderveldt. This is actually a book that I recently purchased and that I literally finished reading yesterday.

This book explores the different ways you can honor your body, mind, and spirit and, teaches you how to cultivate a kinder relationship with yourself. It’s a guide that is both theoretical and practical. It shares a lot of rituals, recipes, and exercises to practice self-care and helps you deepen your relationship with Tarot cards. It covers topics related to feminine energy and how to connect with your feminity. But also, shadow work and how to connect with your core self (amongst other amazing topics).

Available at Indigo.ca and BetterWorldBooks.com

Wicca by Harmony Nice

The second book I recommend is “Wicca” by Harmony Nice. I believe this is the best beginner’s book to have. It contains all of the basic information about witchcraft and Wicca. For instance, the author shares about the different Sabbaths, Esbats, tools, rituals, spells, herbs, meditations, visualization, and so forth. This book teaches you how to cast a spell, create your own book of shadows, join a coven, and follow a path of empowerment. The author also shares her personal experience and how Wicca changed her life which is nice!

Available at Indigo.ca and BetterWorldBooks.com

Psychic Witch: A Metaphysical Guide to Meditation, Magick & Manifestation by Mat Auryn

The next book on my list is the “Psychic Witch” by Mat Auryn. It’s an amazing book to guide you through meditation and psychic abilities. It’s a very detailed book that contains a lot of exercises and tips to elevate your witchcraft. It teaches you how to master the perception and manipulation of energy, but also how to perform magick anywhere and at any time with but your own energy and power. I definitely recommend it if you want to deepen your relationship with yourself and your psychic abilities.

Available at Indigo.ca and BetterWorldBooks.com

The Green Witch: Your Complete Guide to the Natural Magic of Herbs, Flowers, Essential Oils, and More by Arin Murphy-Hiscock

The fourth book on my list of “witchcraft books for beginners” is “The Green Witch”. This book teaches you all about green witchcraft, herbs, plants, the elements, seasons, and crystals. It guides you through the path of the green witch and teaches you how to use the different elements of nature to create potions, spells, and oils for everyday healing. According to the author, the green witch is a naturalist, herbalist, wise woman, and healer who draws her energy from the earth and the universe. She relies on natural elements such as stones and herbs to create magick and calls on nature for guidance. If that’s something that speaks to you then this book is definitely for you and I highly recommend it!

Available at Indigo.ca and BetterWorldBooks.com

Magick: An illustrated Guide to Witchcraft by Kyla Little

“An illustrated guide to witchcraft” is another wonderful beginner’s book about witchcraft but what makes it stand out from the rest is the fact that it’s mainly told through illustrations. It’s an amazing book to have as a reference and is extremely informative. I do believe that each beginner’s book offers something new because each author tells Witchcraft from their own perspective and shares different types of spells and rituals. I highly recommend this book if you want an extremely aesthetic book to have and if you want to support a small business!

The book is currently out of stock on the creator’s website but she did mention that she will restock it in july, so turn on those email notifications!

How To Read Tarot: A practical guide

The next book on my list of “8 witchcraft books for beginners” is this guide for a Tarot reading. This book shares in detail how to use and read Tarot cards. It’s very easy to follow and is a great book to have if you love Tarot reading. It teaches you all about the symbolism behind numbers, colors, and each tarot card. I highly recommend it if, like me, you have difficulties reading Tarot cards and if your intuition is not heightened yet.

Available at Indigo.ca and BetterWorldBooks.com

The Witch’s Book Of Self-Care by Arin Murphy-Hiscock

The seventh book on my list is the “Witch’s book of self-care” by Arin Murphy-Hiscock. This book is amazing because it talks about how to use witchcraft to heal yourself mentally, spiritually, and physically. It contains a lot of healing spells, tips, and recipes. And if you are on your own healing journey then this book is amazing to guide you through it!

Available at Indigo.ca and BetterWorldBooks.com

Crystal Companion by Judy Hall

The last book on my list is the “Crystal Companion” by Judy Hall. This book is the perfect guide to enhance your life with crystals. It contains all sorts of information on diverse crystals and how to use them to improve your well-being. I love that the book divides the crystals according to their intentions. For instance, the section “Crystals for the body” contains Bloodstone, golden healer, yellow jasper, and more. I just love how it’s sectioned and how it is rich in information. It literally tells you anything you need to know about crystals from their origins to their chakra associations. It also includes an index of all the crystals, in case you don’t know which crystal is used for what. It’s a very informative book and extremely useful if you’re into crystal healing.

Available at Indigo.ca and BetterWorldBooks.com

8 Witchcraft Books For Beginners

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  1. April 18, 2021 / 11:45 pm

    I haven’t read any witchcraft books but this is very interesting!

    • Joy🌻
      April 21, 2021 / 10:15 am

      They are wonderful books if the topic interests you!! Thanks for passing by

    • Joy🌻
      April 21, 2021 / 10:15 am

      Thank you!

  2. April 22, 2021 / 7:48 am

    I definitely think the green witch book calls to me! I love working with and growing plants, so I may have to pick it up. Hope you’re having a good week, Joy 🙂

    • Joy🌻
      April 27, 2021 / 9:49 am

      then this one is definitely for you 😍😍 Thanks for passing by 🤍🤍