In my experience and opinion, you find what type of witch you are by exploring what interests you most. What clicks in your body and mind. What seems to inspire you the most. I practice storm, winter, air, domestic, and death witchcraft. I chose these primarily because of how they appeal to me. Allow me to explain for each, this might be interesting to you.
So, storm craft. I have always loved storms, I’m from Oklahoma. I was around plenty of nature’s worst storms. Even after I left Tornado Alley, I was in monsoons, typhoons, hurricanes, Northeasterners, and blizzards. All of them, I feel the power in the air, it draws me out.
Winter craft is similar in the way it calls to me. I love walking in snow storms, feeling the silence of the snowfall. I actually use it in my meditation. The silent quality of snowfall, and the crunch of snow under foot. They are so clear in my head. I love the cold, the snow everywhere, the ice.
Air witchcraft ties into the previous two. There is this certain way the wind blows that makes me stop, it makes me pause and I feel this intense nostalgia and loss, that I can’t explain. This has always intrigued me, so I do some odd spells where I release (biodegradable) items on the wind.
Domestic witchcraft is basically cooking, cleansing, some gardening, and other home crafts. This includes my crochet, beading, and embroidery. I like putting spells into these simple everyday tasks that I practice. By adding some energy and purpose, it motivates me.
Death. I have seen many examples of death in my relatively short life. It’s never scared me, it never seemed final to me, even when I was young. I’d delve more into the death I’ve seen, but this isn’t my personal blog, so I will forgo it. Death is powerful, and I don’t mean any spirit or entity. I mean the very act of dying has energy. I can feel that.
I don’t know if this really helps. Just…go with your gut on what interests you, and never stop exploring.