"Magic is not white or black. It is the person who uses magic that makes the
difference." - Bronwyn Frost.
Bronwyn Frost is a high priestess along with being a licensed minister of
the Wicca Faith and also does a great deal of counselling. She uses mainly
candles and meditation as her main means of celebraton of her guides and
Frost works in a coven, though she hasn't been entirely comfortable working
in one as gossip or a power hungry participants can have a negative effect
on group dynamics. Plus things can go awry if one desn't understand Wicca
for themselves prior to working within a group or they may be persuaded to
do things that go against their wishes or intuiition.
Bronwyn realizes there is a chance that a solitary practioner can suffer
from burn out. She continued to say that it's easy to get off track and not
realize how far off the trail they have gotten. But Frost will help gude
others a much as they can.
The role that Bronwyn takes at a celebration is to step back as she wants to
see the students shine and develop confidence as they work with the dieites.
Frost, among others in her group, feels strongly that there shouldn't be the
same one or two people leading a coven but that each ceremony should be lead
by a different couple on a rotation basis. Bronwyn feels the role of a high
priestess is to help organize the ceremony, provide correspondences and
select the right kind of music for the ceremony.
Wicca is a deeply inherent spiritually in Bronwyn's life, helping guide her
through her life decisions. Though she never doubted that Wicca was her
path, Bronwyn did take some time off from it after coming of age. This was
to learn where she stood within the faith versus her parent role, Gavin and
Yvonne Frost. Along with her parents, an influential person in Bronwyn's
growth in Wicca was a family friend, Sybil Leek. Leek taught Bronwyn to face
the world with a smile and greatly reinforced the notion of reincarnation
for Frost. It helped Bronwyn to understand dying gracefully and with