This spell is a form of magic which can be used for just about anything. Here’s how to do it:
Sit in a comfortable position with your legs crossed and your arms extended outward. Your receptive hand (the hand you do not write with) should be wide open, palm facing upward. Your projective hand (the hand you do write with) should be in a fist.
Close your eyes and imagine your goal.
Now visualize a bright red fire surrounding your receptive (open ) hand, feel the “warmth”: of the energy. Imagine it flowing up your arm and through your body into your projective hand (the closed hand). Continue letting energy flow from the red energy “flame”.
Once the impulse hits you, and you feel the time is right, thrust both arms to the right (or left if you are left handed) opening up your projective hand as you do so. This motion should be similar to “throwing” the energy towards your goal. As you do this, say in a commanding voice what will happen as a result of the energy release. (for example, if you used it to get a raise in payment at work, you could say “I will get a raise!“)
Results, if successfully performed, will be almost immediate. With practice, this can work very well.
Every home can benefit from protection. This spell employs one of nature’s sturdiest objects, a stone. Choose a plain rock at least as big as your fist. Set it on your altar between a bowl of salt and a bowl of water. Behind these, light a black candle.
Sprinkle the stone with salt, saying:
“I consecrate this stone with the purifying power of salt.”
Sprinkle it with water, saying:
“I consecrate this stone with the cleansing power of water.”
Pass it over the flame, saying:
“I consecrate this stone with the attraction of flame to moth.”
Finally, trace the image of an eye on the stone with your finger, and say:
To watch and guard around my home,
I invoke the strength of stone.
All evil thoughts be drawn within:
Strike here and leave me alone!
Blow out the candle; empty the salt and water outside. Keep the rock near your door. Once a month, when the moon is new, bring the stone doors. With an attitude of gratitude, lovingly wash the stone in warm soapy water to cleanse it, rinse it in warm salt water to purify it, and then with your finger retrace the eye on the stone and repeat the invocation. Return the stone to it’s place by the door.
Hematite is the all-purpose grounding (energy-balancing) stone, not to mention a beautiful ornament. Tell all your troubles to the rock, then put it in the ground overnight, so that the negative energy will soak into the Earth and be neutralized.
You can then retrieve it, wipe it clean, and reuse it.
Your house is a sentient being with it’s own spirit and soul.
Some people identify this spirit as their household deities or friendly house spirits. But some people have altogether forgotten how important the spirit of their house is.
Talk to your house.
Houses that have been ignored tend to be dull, tired and susceptible to hauntings and negative energies.
So, talk to your house. Listen to its aches and pains. Say hello.
Tell it that you come in peace, tell it that you are there to listen to it speak. Be grateful to your house, and watch the energies of your home transform themselves into joy.
Whenever you feel drained, hold one crystal in each hand – Quartz or Amethyst work best. In your left hand, hold the crystal so that it points inwards, and in your right hand, hold the crystal so that it points outwards. This creates an energy circuit. Close your eyes. Breathe. Let the energy flow.
This is a fun magickal activity that is also great for children. Collect dandelions that have gone to seed. One easy way is to take a jar with you and snip the heads off letting them drop into the jar.
So not put a lid on the jar yet. First, and this is important, allow them to dry thoroughly by placing the jar in a warm space. If you put the lid on too soon, the seed heads will get damp and moldy and the whole thing will be a mess.
When the dandelions are nice and dry, put a lid on the jar. And label it “My Jar of Wishes.” They will keep for a very long time.
Whenever a wishing spell is called for, you can take your jar of wishes outside, pull out a dandelion, and blow on it allowing the seeds to disperse in the wind.
As you do this you can say:
“Dandelion wishes grant for me
All that I wish for
And so shall it be!”
This simple spell is best performed at the beginning of the New Year or just after Yule, the first day of Spring, on your birthday, or any other date that represents a new beginning for you.
Gather together a long tinsel garland and some small candles. Using the garland, create a large spiral on the floor and surround it with the candles.
Walk the spiral as you would a labyrinth. Pause at the entrance to visualize what you wish for the New Year. Begin your walk at a pace that feels right, repeating the incantation:
“With each step I take,
with each breath I create,
let my spirit awake
for this wish I make.”
Once you reach the center, verbalize your wish. Retrace your steps out of the spiral, repeating the incantation again.
- Your spiral can be made from any materials you wish to use, such as flowers, shells, stones, leaves… etc.
- If this is included in a group ritual, create a grouping of three spirals like those found at Newgrange in Ireland.
The Dragon King of the Sea can be called upon for help and assistance. Here’s how:
- Whisper your message, needs, or desires over a loaf of bread.
- Feed this bread to river or ocean fish.
- Tell the fish to please deliver your message to the Dragon King of the Sea.
When help arrives, be sure to return with offerings of gratitude.
Here is a really simple spell to remove obstacles by tapping in to the power of the setting sun.
You will need:
- A handful of sand or dry dirt
Holding the sand in your hand, face the setting Sun and ask His assistance by saying something like:
Ancient Sun, with Your last breath
Send obstacles now to their death
Destroy all fences, break all locks,
Rid me of all stumbling blocks
Bring them all to swift demise
So they can no longer rise
And hold me back from what I need
Or my ability to succeed
Crumble them just as this dust
So I move onward as I must.
Turn in a counterclockwise circle three times, while seeing obstacles being reduced to nothingness. Then, facing the Sun again, blow the sand from your hand. Know that the Sun will handle the problem.
From: Every Day Sun Magic
- Small glass of orange juice
Take the juice outside at daybreak, and, facing east, offer it to the Infant Sun by saying something like:
O Infant born into the sky
I offer this to You on high
And offer thanks for Your arrival
And for the role You play in our survival
Turning clockwise, pour the juice on the ground in a circle around you. Then ask the Sun for a fresh start by saying something like:
Oh Infant Sun, I call to You
Who starts each day with life anew
Whose birth brings warmth and gives us joy
Whose light the darkness does destroy
Who separates the night from day
Who guides us with His gentle rays
Who gives us hope and makes us smile
Who makes each step we take worthwhile
Who inspires and cultivates
Fresh ideas and captivates
All who feel His golden light
I ask You, Infant Sun, so bright
To bring to me a new beginning
That puts me on the path to winning
What I desire most in my life ~
Free of needless stress and strife ~
Oh, bring to me a fresh new start
And I ask You, too, impart
Your courage as I tread anew
The path that I now ask of You
Bring this at once now, Infant Sun
As I will, so it be done.
Kiss your hand to the Sun and step over the juice circle. Go indoors and know that a brand new beginning is on its way.
Found at: Book of Shadows
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