You answered an earlier question advising someone not to become a witch because it requires a certain amount of life experience. I've always felt a strong connection to witchcraft even before I knew the word, and I've recently been looking for information on starting but I'm not an adult yet. I've never come across this opinion. Should I hold off on further study and practice of witchcraft because I'm young? I've been eager to start since I was little but I would wait longer if this is the consensus.
I've never told anyone not to become a witch, only to wait until they are old enough to understand that it involves responsibility, maturity, self-knowledge, and yes, a degree of life experience. The basis of witchcraft is wisdom. Young people have simply not lived enough years or had all that good and bad life experience to be able to offer and use that wisdom. It's always your own decision; you know when you are ready.
Updated on September 4, 2019
By Bev G