Cozy Spells

As the dark nights of late autumn draw near and winter's chilly embrace begins to settle around us, you may be feeling less inclined to set up an altar to cast a spell. Mostly because you're cold and want to stay tucked under the blankets.

I hear you. The snuggle is real.

I've composed a list of cozy spells that allow you to weave magick in ways that nourish that urge to huddle down and domesticate as autumn yawns into the hushed chill of winter. So brew yourself a steaming mug of tea, wrap yourself in your favorite cozy sweater, slip your tootsies into some warm socks, and get ready to cast some fun and simple spells that make you feel all toasty inside!


There is something soul-nourishing about lighting candles on a blustery day. This simple spell turns even the most humble of tealights into a casting marvel! 

Remember that cup of tea I suggested? Why not stir in some magick?

Better yet, treat yourself to a rich and decadent cinnamon-infused tasty conjuring.

No need to get off the couch to craft this easy sigil spell. 

Did you know the mere act of washing your hands can be turned into magick? Find out more by clicking below.

Nothing says cozy like a pot of soup simmering on the stove on a gloomy rainy day.  

Is there anything better than warm apple pie on a cold day? Why yes! Magickal warm apple pie, but of course!

Light some candles, turn on relaxing music, and get all domestic with this house cleansing spell that'll make you feel like a witchy Martha Stewart. 

Feeling a bit blue? Tend to your soul with this delightful self-care tea spell.

Pair that tea with these simple self-care rituals. 

Or sip your bubbling brew while reading tarot. 

Conjure up sweet dreams with this heavenly scented prophetic spell.

Or make your entire home smell wonderful while clearing away the funk.

Why not end the day with a dose of magick infused in a blissfully soothing hot bath?

Whether you brew yourself a cup of tea or break out the herbs for a sachet, isn't it lovely to know magick can be woven into everyday life, making a mundane task divine? That, in my humble opinion, is the essence of comfy and cozy—knowing there is magick all around us, even in the most unassuming places!

Now go get your ass into some fleece pants and get to casting! ;)

What's your favorite way to hunker down on a cold day?

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  1. Michaela, thank you bunches for this post. I visit often and have received immeasurable comfort! I am 72 and am pretty isolated. I know I need to stay positive, but the political climate in my county has been abysmal, and I need all the help I can get. I walk daily, read, spend time with my dogs and bake. Life is good and you make it better, dear Mikaela. Blessings (Oh, do you have a favorite tea you love - trying to switch from coffee to tea )

    1. Thanks so much for your support! ♥ My favorite tea right now is English Breakfast. It varies, but that's always a staple. If you're looking for something with some oomph, try Super Irish Breakfast from Stash. Nice strong flavor. Hope you enjoy! =D

    2. I will try these - thanks so much!

  2. I just now bought "By the Light of the Moon" - excited!!!

  3. Received my book, and I am loving paging through it before I get down to business. thanks, Michaela!

    1. Yay! Thanks so much for your support! So glad you're enjoying it. =D


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