Reviewed by BadWitch
[Snip] A new book called Hedge Witchcraft, by Harmonia Saille, author of Walking the Faery Pathway, attempts to explain exactly what a hedge witch does, and how anyone with the willingness to learn can follow in the hedge witch’s footsteps to learn her craft.
Publisher Moon Books says about the book on its website: “There is no dogma attached to hedge witchcraft. There are no tenets to follow. And if you asked a hundred hedge witches what their practice is, you will get a variety of different answers. The path of a hedge witch is very much an individual one, and it is a solitary practice. This book will guide you if you wish to read more about hedge witchcraft as a pathway, or are already following such a path and wish to progress.”
Hedge Witchcraft explains that learning to be a hedge witch is more about getting outside and learning directly from the land, sea and sky than about conducting rituals found in books. Harmonia says: “As a hedge witch, it is better to go out and experience nature than sit in, think and read constantly.”