The Hygge Witch Handbook
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There are many different kinds of witches that focus their magic on the hearth and
home, but Halloween Queen and horror author Courtney Hope has shed a light on a
whole new practicing lifestyle – the Hygge Witch.
Hygge is the Danish concept of feeling cosy and comfortable, creating a sense of
well-being and contentment, and slowing down to enjoy these moments. Courtney has
lived her life in the pursuit of hygge – of warm woollen socks by the fire, of cosy
nights with a nose in a book and a glass of red wine in hand – but now with the
welcoming and peaceful vibration of the home, conducting magical practices have
never felt more rewarding and successful.
From cleansing and purifying the house itself, to decorating according to comfort
and vibration, to conducting spells that promote the warm visions of hygge, join
Courtney on her journey into the Hygge Witch and see that magic has never been
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7 reviews5 out of 5 stars
Very personalized and creative. The beginning is a little redundant and goes on and on at first, but gets better. Overall nicely done and I would recommend to other Domestic, Hearth and Home, Cottage, Hygge Witches.
Thank you so much for your review and you kind words! I'm definitely working on getting the introduction chapters a little more smoothly, so I appreciate the comment. Have a wonderful day!
I very much appreciate the care and craft that went into conjuring this little tome up,and it reads very well indeed. Granted, it collects for the "Hygge Witch" much of what the Kitchen/Cottage/Green/Hedge/Hearth/Folk Witch will have already absorbed, but it still presents quite useful information, especially as it pertains to living a Hygge life, not simply by craft, but by every facet of life that Hygge can touch and enrich. A delightful little compendium, and I look forward to reading more of the author's work in the future.