For the uber-shy people By: KatetheWitch Apr 09, 2012
Post # 1
Hi my name is KatetheWitch (Kate) and i'm new here. I'm really uber-shy and very new to the craft. I've been dying to practice since I was 7 years old. I wish I could but my dad is a catholic. Nothing against catholics but he's all "god this god that" and if he ever caught me doing this i'd be gronded 4 life!!! My mom hates Witchcraft and says it's "spiritual bullshit." She doesn't believe in anything. ANYTHING. I however, have seen. I know it's real. Black magick interests me and I don't want to be an inexperinced dabbler. I am 14 years old and I cannot tell you how long I have been waiting to be able to perform Witchcraft. i have absolutely no freedom and I want to change that. Please feel free to contact me at anytime. :) Happy Spellcasting.
Re: For the uber-shy people By: Jhai / Beginner Apr 09, 2012
Post # 2
Start with the basics: Psi balls and spinning your chakras having a wide 3rd eye will help a lot.
Don't ever jump into black magic, I'm not saying don't do it I'm just saying don't dabble you could end up bedridden for a while. Remember meditation and dedication is key for anything.
Re: For the uber-shy people By: shadowdemon / Beginner Apr 11, 2012
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I'm pretty much in the same sitiuation,a broom closet practitioner.But anyways you'll find yourself getting more confident.I didn't do almost anything except simple things till this year.Not that I didn't get too stupid when I was younger,trust me I did.But anyways good luck.
Re: For the uber-shy peop By: Asunorua Apr 12, 2012
Post # 9
My parents still don't approve, and I'm 21 and living on my own. =P
People are afraid of what they don't understand. It's natural. All I can say is, find a quiet place outside, or in your home, where you can practice your basics. When I was your age, I found the perfect spot in the woods near my house. I'd go every day after school and worked on building my skills. It helps to have at least one friend who's interested in learning the craft, and working with them. Good luck on your journey, Dear. [=