Ostara Spell || Sprouting Your Desires Post published:March 24, 2020 Post category:Witchcraft Post comments:36 Comments Tags: divination, love-relationships, Occult Please Share This Share this content Opens in a new window Twitter Opens in a new window Facebook Opens in a new window Pinterest Opens in a new window Reddit Read more articles Previous PostThe Little Known History of Tarot Next PostAries March 2020 Astrology Serious MONEY MANIFESTATION & Your Energy Soars! You Might Also Like Magick Chamomile Sweet Rolls – Anti-Anxiety Spell May 28, 2020 Spiced Pear Cake|| Samhain Recipe || Kitchen Witchery February 15, 2021 Honey-Cream Pie July 24, 2021 This Post Has 36 Comments jolie March 11, 2020 Reply as a baby witch who’s looking between being a kitchen and green witch – this is really helpful. thank you! Ineke Anthoni March 11, 2020 Reply You do not have to choose, you can just take whatever Path you like and make it your own so if you would like to combine kitchen and green that is ok too 😉 just enjoy it and follow your heart. 🖤 Creatrix Corvus Arts March 15, 2020 Reply Why choose? They complement each other! Follow your bliss baby witch! Julia Flores March 20, 2020 Reply kitchen witch + green witch = cottage witch! 😀 that’s how i identify anyway lol but yea like these other replies mentioned, you don’t have to declare an exact path, there’s way more eclectic witches than anything else which is a witch that follows lots of practices from different paths <3 sunwarz March 11, 2020 Reply Could you use melted snow, in place of moon water its already been sitting under both the sun and the moon? Maybe you could harvest it early morning after a full moon? Megan . eco-Gal March 11, 2020 Reply I think this is a beautiful idea. I feel like that melted snow represents transformation from winter to spring. Lovely. Kylie Maguire March 12, 2020 Reply i’ve heard of people doing this in their ostara rituals! from what i’ve heard, they gather snow on the morning of ostara into a bowl and melt it over a candle in the middle of their alter, representing the transformative energies of spring!! Sarah S March 15, 2020 Reply Oh, that’s so lovely. What a good idea. Rachael Isabella March 11, 2020 Reply I love this, thank you! Would it be alright if I used a tiny terracotta pot instead of an egg? 🌱 (Especially if I paint something on the pot to represent new life, hope, etc!) Happy Ostara! 🌸 JosieSim March 12, 2020 Reply Rachael Isabella I think this would be an amazing idea. Especially if you created a sigil with your intents painted onto it and decorated. Happy Ostara! sadhna agarwal March 17, 2020 Reply I’m planning to recreate this spell in a pot too since I’m a vegetarian so I wont be using an egg. I think it’s the intention that matters the most Júlia'Anne dos Paiva Nascimento March 11, 2020 Reply Omg your videos are so awesome… I discovered your channel last week and I can’t stop watching. Never stop posting please, kisses from Brazil! *sorry for my bad english Gabe Lane March 11, 2020 Reply Your English isn’t bad at all. It’s very good, love from the states Kayla McCallum March 13, 2020 Reply Your English is absolutely fine! 😘 Melissa Linde March 11, 2020 Reply I really enjoy your calm vibes. Your videos are very pleasing to the eye, music is beautiful. Thank you for making such lovely content. 🍃🌿🌱 Shiinie March 11, 2020 Reply Blessed Ostara wishes 🌸🍃🌙 Amel khadidja March 11, 2020 Reply Perfect for spring time and this virgo supermoon 💚 Megan . eco-Gal March 11, 2020 Reply I really connected to this. I am absolutely going to take this…make it a bit _my own_ and use it. It’s just wonderful and as usual, you presented this in an extraordinarily beautiful way. Thank you and I hope you are feeling well and wonderful. Ostara Blessings… ⛤ nairbvel March 11, 2020 Reply I watched once “just because,” once to take notes, and once to double-check my notes. <:-) I'm definitely going to try this in the next few days. I don't have moon water but I do keep a couple of jars of rainwater on hand, I'll use that instead. I'm also thinking that in a few weeks, when I have a growing, healthy plant that's pushing the boundaries of space in my eggshell, I'll prepare a small pot with additional soil with a large enough hole in the center, then carefully crack open the eggshell (but keep the plant's roots "embraced" by the pieces) and place it into the larger pot -- I'm already working on what I'll say when freeing the plant from its early bonds to spread, grow larger, and expand the spell's effect. (And if I'm going to do that, and I decide to paint the shell before putting in soil, I'll make sure I'm using watercolors or bio-safe degradable paints.) Wow, this video gave me *lots* of ideas! THANKS! 😀 Liza McNulty March 11, 2020 Reply This is just perfect 🌿 have really enjoyed these videos on very stressful days. I was so excited to get my notification. I collected moon water during the last super moon during a storm here in England. Feeling like this water is going to be super charged with energy. This seems the best use for it 😍 Ostara blessings and I hope you flight goes well 💕 Paige Perreault March 11, 2020 Reply What type of seeds should I use! I’m a baby witch and this seems perfect for my first spell 💞 Kayla McCallum March 13, 2020 Reply Paige Perreault My cat grass seeds just sprouted in 4 days. 🤷🏼♀️ Not too shabby! Azyra RavenSky March 15, 2020 Reply Use some flower seeds that birds, bees, and or butterflies can feed off of. Dollar tree or dollar general have great options. Happy Ostara! Herbs Orbit March 17, 2020 Reply Personally I’m going to find a plant that corresponds with my intention, but also isn’t very large or needs a large space to flourish. All I can say is to research what you want and as a baby witch the research should be beneficial anyways. Shannon S March 11, 2020 Reply Absolutely beautiful! Jayden Smith March 12, 2020 Reply I love all the videos you post. They’re super helpful, and aesthetic pleasing💚🍃✨ Jane Smith March 12, 2020 Reply The world needs more Annie’s. Thank you for another beautiful and informative video. Happy Ostara! 💜 frogy March 12, 2020 Reply This is actually very beautifully filmed and I can tell that you’ve been getting better at that kind of thing. I love your channel and can’t wait for the videos that are to come Little Cosmic Crow March 12, 2020 Reply Such a cute spell! 🌱💖🌿🦋💖🐞 Katherine D March 14, 2020 Reply This is so cool! My great-great-grandmother wrote an article about using eggshells to plant seedlings in the early 1900s. She had built (physically built, herself,) a home in the mountains, and relied on her vegetable garden . She knew what worked! She had magick, too! Tesla Goth March 16, 2020 Reply Katherine D cool lady! Katherine D March 16, 2020 Reply @Tesla Goth Thank you! Herbs Orbit March 17, 2020 Reply I’m really looking forward to trying this out. I’m semi new. Wicca and witchcraft have sort of been in the back of my mind for years but never able to practice so I never really did much research, which I really regret. I’m currently learning the Sabbats in detail as they come, starting with Ostara. I have been putting off spellwork and such since I don’t feel I know or have enough to work with but I feel like this is the perfect time to start since new beginnings are a big part of Ostara. Thank you for this wonderful spell, I’ll certainly be tying it in with my Ostara celebrations,, <3 Brandon Sellers March 20, 2020 Reply My wife and I love this video. Sorry so late commenting. Today is Ostara!!! You are the best Annie. Please be safe in these times. It’s been hard on all of us. You are in our thoughts. Sam Martin March 22, 2020 Reply I have a question— since moon water is water that has been left outside to soak up the moons rays, doesn’t this mean that all oceans, lakes, rivers, ponds, etc are also moon water?? I am a baby witch here and am genuinely curious E. March 22, 2020 Reply Moon water is water that has been charging in the moon, and has not seen any sunlight. Therefore all waters like lakes and ponds are not considered moon water. Hope this helps🙂. 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