12 Springtime Prompts for Your Witch’s Grimoire

Continuing the seasonal grimoire prompts series, today we are looking at ways to work with your grimoire in the springtime! I think spring is one of the easiest times of year to feel connected to your spiritual and magickal practice, as with new growth and rebirth comes the rejuvenation of our personal witchcraft as well.

Here are 12 ideas to help you record that growth and spiritual progress in your grimoire or Book of Shadows:

Sketch out the layout of your garden or planters.

Research plants that are native to your area or that you want to grow yourself and record information you find about them, as well as their magickal properties.

If you plant to grow plants that you can cook with, write down a few magickal recipes you will be able to use them in.

Write down the steps you take for your Ostara and Beltane rituals and your springtime full moon ritual, so you can refer back to them in future spring seasons.

Work with the spring astrological signs of Aries, Taurus and Gemini and record information you find about the energies of these signs in your grimoire.

Journaling Prompt: What does rebirth mean to you? Is it the natural cycle of the seasons or something more literal or magickal?

Profile crystals and herbs related to Ostara and Beltane, such as tulips and clover, or rose quartz and aquamarine. 

Design a tarot spread for spring and record it in your grimoire. Themes for your spread could include rebirth and new growth.

Spring is associated with the maiden aspect of the Triple Goddess. Research the maiden and goddesses associated with her and record what resonates with you in your grimoire.

Journaling Prompt: What aspect of your spiritual or magickal life do you need to do a little spring cleaning in? What can you clear out to make room for new ideas?

Speaking of spring cleaning, record the ways in which you are adding a magickal touch to your cleaning routine, such as saging your home or infusing your cleaning products with your intentions for the spring season. This can become a ritual in and of itself.

You may also want to “spring clean” your grimoire: smudge it with smoke to release any negativity or energy it has collected over the winter and start the season fresh.

How will you be working with your grimoire this spring?

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