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Witchcraft and Wellness with Jennifer Lane and Laura Derbyshire

27 April @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Join us for an early Beltane celebration with Jennifer Lane and Laura Derbyshire discussing Witchcraft and Wellness.

Jennifer Lane

Jennifer Lane and is an author and freelance writer based in Greater Manchester, UK.

In her 7+ years as a freelancer, she’s written features for The Guardian, Vogue, The Week Junior, Dazed, BBC, Wildlife Trusts, and RSPB. She is the author of four books: The Wheel: A Witch’s Path Back to the Ancient Self (2021), The Witch’s Survival Guide (2023), The Black Air (2023) and The Second-Hand Boy (coming 2024)

Outside of the writing world, She is a green witch and qualified Reiki Master, offering distance reiki to clients all across the world.

The Witch’s Survival Guide

The modern world has pushed many of us to breaking point. Our bodies and minds were not designed for constant notifications, emails, meetings and commuting. We were meant for a very different life – one that connects us with swaying trees, wild creatures, and the rush of the elements across our skin. We were meant to see the magick of being at one with nature. In the short period that technology has revolutionised the world, our bodies have not been able to keep up with the new fast-paced lifestyles forced upon us, leaving many people burnt out, frantic and feeling out of control. We are currently during a stress pandemic. But what if we were to return to and reconnect with the green and natural lives our ancestors would have lived? What if we could tap into the deep magick that resides in the plants, trees and ancient places of this world? What if we could use magick to heal? This book shows you how you too can take back control of your busy life through the healing power of witchcraft.

Laura Derbyshire

Laura Derbyshire is an artist and author, She incorporates nature-centred magick into her daily life and shows others how they can too. Through journaling, spirituality, words and artwork, She explores nature from a different angle.

Find Laura on Instagram as @thebowerhare.

The Handmade Grimoire

Aesthetically pleasing guide to handcrafting a homemade grimoire.Offers layout and design ideas, along with prompts and guidance about the role of the grimoire in a magickal practice.Combines practical tips with nature-focused mindfulness and the lighter side of witchcraft.Includes 80 pages of pretty papers and nature-based designs to cut out and use – letting readers get started on their grimoire straight away.

Venue

Blackwell’s Bookshop
48-51 Broad Stree
Oxford, Oxfordshire OX1 3BQ United Kingdom

Organiser

Blackwell’s, Broad Street Oxford
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