"They believe in a deeper spiritual connection between every thing around them and live to honor that. They seek to examine those connections to better understand the nature of their purpose in this life and also their individual role in something going further beyond that lifespan. The witch believes that they hold an inherent personal power, which can be strengthened through their belief and knowledge of the greater consciousness around them. They also believe that their power is a gift; a piece of something that already existed before them."
~The closest I've come to a description.
"A good traveller has no fixed plans and is not intent on arriving."
~Lao Tzu (570-490 B.C.E.)
"In the end, I wonder if one of the most important steps on our journey is the one in which we throw away the map. In jettisoning the grids and brambles of our own preconceptions, perhaps we are better able to find the real secrets of each place; to remember that we are all extensions of our collective history."
When owls call the breathless moon In the blue veil of the night The shadows of the trees appear Amidst the lantern light
Who will go down to those shady groves And summon the shadows there And tie a ribbon on those sheltering arms In the springtime of the year
The songs of birds seem to fill the wood That when the fiddler plays All their voices can be heard Long past their woodland days
And so they linked their hands and danced Round in circles and in rows And so the journey of the night descends When all the shades are gone