1. MAINTAIN SANITY
2. SHINES THROUGH BLINDERS
It’s really hard to catch yourself saying “umm” alot until someone tells you or you hear yourself back. Same thing with beliefs. Much of the time we grasp the concepts of alchemy and manifestation but somehow it’s not as easy in our own lives, we are blind to our own blindspots. A coven provides a way to receive feedback from those who are calibrated to how we also wish to play and accelerates learning because – more often than not in life – we are so blind to our own perceptions it requires chaos so that we may see through them.
3. KEEPS YOU FROM RED
I wish I could tell you that the world is going through a phase of freaking out right now – about economies and resources and all that pains. But this has been happening since the dawn of humanity – duality. The Romans once swore humanity would be wiped out from a lack of resources within a few hundred years. We’ve been saying we are doomed since language was invented.
Any yet, here we are, despite having awkwardly long and inconvenient gestation periods and senses that are rather dull compared to other species, we persist. Yes, it’s true at any moment an atom bomb could go off and all is destroyed but it’s also true it might not. Until we arrive at this point, we continue to lead our own way. A coven grounds you back to this truth when everyone else around you is panicked.
BONUS REASON: COLLECTIVE ENERGY
The Coven Code of Conduct:
- I will not not conjure harm on others
- I will avoid conjuring in red light states unless to specifically transmute greens
- I will be mindful and respectful when using materials from nature in conjurings
- I will retain the privacy of members inside the coven
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Feature image: Chicago Sun Times, 25 Sep 1969