Reincarnation

One of the primary building blocks of the Wiccan faith includes the belief in reincarnation.

When Witches die, we believe they go to a place called the Summerland. In this realm of joy and learning, we reunite with those we love and begin to reassess our life on earth. When we are ready, we return to the earthly plane to continue to work out our Karma. Memories of former lives often surface when one studies the Craft, though we must keep in mind that who we were isn't as important as who and what we are now.

Our task is to complete our personal missions so that we can become better people and enrich our souls. Witches universally believe that we are responsible for our actions, and we must accept that responsibility with clear thinking and an honest heart. If we become lost in following what once was, we can't complete what we can be.

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