Spell To Gain Energy
bright red or orange candle
glass of clear pure cold water
bowl of sea salt
If is sunny out you may want to start the spell by going outside for a few minutes and breathing in some fresh air. Sit in front of the candle and say:
Give me energy to happily complete the task I have been given to do.
I will feel better for having done it. The completion of the task will be my reward.
Sprinkle the sea salt around the candle and say:
Give me strength, O sacred Earth.
Pass your hand near the candle and say:
Give me strength, O sacred Fire.
Pass your hand through the smoke of the incense and say:
Give me strength, O sacred Air.
Drink the water down and say:
Give me strength O sacred water.
Now immediately get up and go do your task.
The Well of Forgiveness Spell
Piece of paper
To enable you to forgive someone who has wronged you write their name nine times with red ink on the piece of paper. Place the paper into the jar and cover it with the vinegar. Secure the lid on the jar. Bury the jar away from your home.
Gentle Arthritis Bath
15 drops Lavender
5 drops Clary Sage
10 drops Geranium
3 drops Ylang Ylang
Place oils in bath under running water.Warm is sometimes better than hot…. Rinse thoroughly when finished. Light a candle and make sure you can relax with no interruptions.
Dragon Smoke Bath Salts
1 cup salt
2 drops anise oil
5 drops cherry oil
Cauldron Bath Salts
For Use During the Waning Moon
1 cup salt
3 drops vervain oil
3 drops synthetic musk oil
6 drops cypress oil
Spell Weaver Bath Salts
1 cup salt
8 drops myrrh
1/4 teaspoon powdered dragons blood
2 drops pine oil
Bath Salt Base
3 parts Rosemary Oil
2 parts Frankincense Oil
1 part Lavender Oil
Bathe in this mixture daily to strengthen your psychic armor and to stave off all manner of attacks-physical, mental spiritual, psychic and emotional.
‘THINK on THESE THINGS’
By Joyce Sequichie Hifler
Leave yourself a choice. It is a sorry state of affairs when a person’s life becomes so regimented that it is impossible to make even one change in plans. There is a story about a gentleman who kept a record in minute detail of his living and every cent he earned so that he could make a trip abroad. The record keeping became such an obsession that when he could make the trip he took along crackers to keep from eating in the dining room aboard ship. The journey was nearly over before he discovered the price of his meals was included in the fare.
How much do we miss by refusing to accept the bounty of choices? “If only” and “I wish” are so over used. We bind ourselves daily by refusing to recognize the volume of opportunities open to each of us. All of life is not free, but there is much available for our personal selection.
Dr. William S. Sadler wrote of a woman who was so orderly and systematic in her living that she inquired of her minister how to go about dying since she had never done it before. Living in a systematic world is possible, but there are limits to what we can prepare for and about which to be orderly. Daily we meet and settle many small emergencies, and some not so small. And it is our developed ability to meet these things successfully and on the spur of the moment that makes a well-rounded individual.
But the steady, uniform methods of doing things do not necessarily mean a person is ready to meet every situation in life. In fact, such living often makes change practically impossible when change is sorely needed.
Order is heaven’s first law. But order means first things first. A place for everything and everything in its place. Then, if we’ve learned how to live, we never have to worry about the art of dying gracefully.
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Elder’s Meditation of the Day
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“Each man is good in the sight of the Great Spirit.”
–Sitting Bull, TETON SIOUX
Our bodies are both physical and spiritual. At our very center we are spiritual. Our bodies are built around the spiritual. The center is the unseen world. Therefore, we cannot see it with our eyes and we tend to judge the body because we can see it. The body is not who we are. We can see the spiritual if we are spiritual ourselves. We won’t see this always with our physical eyes. Usually we will see it with our spiritual eye. We will hear ourselves say “I know this to be true.”
At the center of all human beings is the place of good. That includes myself. At my very core is good. I can find this place by staying free of resentments, fear, dishonesty and self-seeking motives. My Creator, keep me free this day of resentment, selfishness, dishonesty and fear.