While I appreciate what you are trying to say there are so many things about Wicca in this post that are simply not true at all.
As you say, Wicca isn't about spells. In fact most Wiccans I know seldom do spellwork unless it is absolutely necessary. But spellwork has nothing to do with Wicca itself. Spellwork is a craft that anyone, even those not Wiccans can do.
Wiccans may use energy in their rituals, but they do not do telekinesis. Telekinesis like all forms of kinesis does not exist. That is a product of fantasy novels and Hollywood films.
Working with chakras comes from Eastern religions, not from Wicca. Some, but not all Wiccans, believe in the concept of chakras and work with them. Others do not.
All Wiccans are Witches. It doesn't mean that witchcraft is in your bloodline, but it does mean that Wiccans are Witches. In fact when Gerald Gardner first wrote about Wicca he referred to it as "The Witch's Cult"
There is no such thing at "white" or "black" magic. Magic is simply energy just as electricity is energy. You don't speak about "black" or "white" elecricity do you. What makes a difference is the intent of the person using the energy, not the energy itself.
Not all Wiccans work with spirit animals. Many in fact find it a terribly New Age concept. Nor do you work with "your Element". You don't have an Element, that is a concept made popular by the movie "The Craft". You are all the Elements, not just one.
The "true meaning" of Wicca has nothing to do with finding your inner self; although you may discover it on your journey. The purpose of Wicca is to honor the Lord and Lady and the Ancestors in order to turn the Wheel of the Year and bring fertility to the Earth.
I suspect that you have been led astray by many of the poorly written books on Wicca that litter store shelves these days. If I might suggest some books that you might find useful in learning about what Wicca really is I would suggest the following:
"The Meaning of Witchcraft" by Gerald Gardner
"The Witch's Bible" by Janet and Stewart Farrar
"Wicca" by Thea Sabin
"The Elements of Ritual" by Deborah Lipp
"Fifty Years of Wicca" by Fred Lamond.