Individual, Ritual tools, Spiritual Toolbox

Discipline

secretsoftheserpent

Most see discipline as  punishment.  Just like grounding, we have the wrong perspective and if you have the wrong perspective your magic will not work.  Grounding in magic is getting out and touching the earth.  Discipline in magic has nothing to do with punishment.  My coach on my High School basketball team used to tell a couple of guys that they have no discipline and unless they get it, they will never succeed.  Magic is the same way.  You must have discipline.  

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Food, Gardens, Herbals, Plants

Primrose; The Flower of February

Good Witches Homestead

COMMON NAME:  primrose
GENUS:  Primula
SPECIES, HYBRIDS, CULTIVARS:
P. denticulata-lavender, purple, or white flowers; grows to 12 inches. P. japonica ‘Millar Crimson’-flowers whorled around 24-inch stem; blooms May-June. P. polyanthus-best known; colors are red, pink, blue, gold, and white, all with small yellow eyes.
FAMILY:  Primulaceae
BLOOMS:  spring
TYPE:  perennial
DESCRIPTION:  Primroses form an attractive rosette of crinkly, light green leaves. The flowers are generally brightly colored and occur in tight bundles on individual stems above the leaves.
CULTIVATION:  Needing partial shade, primroses thrive in well-drained, rich soil. They are indigenous to cool, moist meadows and woodland environments  Duplicating these conditions as closely as possible will create the best growing conditions for primroses. The soil should not be allowed to dry completely. To retain vigorously blooming plants, divide clumps every four to five years. Seeds should be sown in midsummer for bloom the following spring.

Primrose is beloved…

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