Posts tagged pagan
Posts tagged pagan
A native american shaman or also known as a “medicine man”. Shamans are spiritual healers and can move freely from the spirit world back to ours. They move into and interact with the spirit world for aid, guidance, healing, or any other type of work that the spirits are needed.
Color of the day: White
So sorry guys that i have not been updating this blog very much recently, but I am pretty sure i am back now and i will be building up my queue again. Ive kinda been neglecting my own craft lately as things have been rough, but Ive still been reading up on things and I will be sharing my findings with you. Hopefully i will begin posting and branching out on more herbalism and shamanic stuff too, as they are other interests i have within the craft.
Hope to hear from you soon, blessed be!
Hey everyone I don’t know about you but lately sleeping has been pretty rough. I found a good spell that might help you out too if your in the same situation:
Wow guys, realllllllly sorry for being away from posting for so long! I promise you i will be posting again very soon! Had a rough few months going on for me and I’m just getting back to settling down. Got a lot of things i wanna share and post. So i will see you soon!
A great way to get up and start your morning, fresh and happy! Work this spell at sunrise and take a moment to embrace all the magic and possibilities of a brand-new day. There are no accessories needed for this spell. Just yourself and the sunrise.
Directions: Turn and face the east. Feel the warmth and power of the sun wash over you. Ground and center yourself, then when you are ready repeat the charm.
As this new day begins, I stand and greet the dawn,
May I help and heal others, and bring no one harm.
I rejoice in the promise of a new magical day.
Bring me love, success, and health in the best possible way.
Maiden, Mother, and Crone
She has many good videos, especially on herbs if your like me and into that. ^^
Its that time of the year again, when classes resume. Say this chant whenever you are faced with an important test!
Before taking a test or exam, say the following:
“On this test I take today,
I will receive no less than A.
Earth, wind, fire, and sea
As I Say, So Mote It Be!”
It also helps to draw a pentagram onto your paper somewhere.
If you are planning a move or a vacation and want to be remembered by those you leave behind, here is a great spell inspired by the north. Before you leave, find a quiet spot near the house. Using several flat stones, construct an Inukshuk—a human form made from rocks in Inuit tradition. (Don’t be afraid to use glue if you’re concerned about it toppling.) Walking in front of it, touch your third eye and then touch the headlike part of the statue. Chant:
Ever watching am I.
Ever in your hearts, am I.
Till my return, stone Inukshuk,
Stand strong like my love.
A smaller version of this statue can be constructed for inside an apartment or given as a gift to a child who will miss you. It can even be given as a going-away present.
Altar Tool of the Day: The Bell
Bell are like the voice of the Goddess with a ring that calls the divines attention to you and your work, and you to them. The bell is used for many things such as:
This spell, if properly applied, will dispel negativity, break curses,and add protection—and so is essential for sensitive Witches. To start, get a green candle, some real or fake ivy, a green fruit such as pear or apple, and a bell. Cut the fruit in four pieces. Arrange the ivy. Place the slices of fruit in the four directions. Light the flame. Face north and chant:
By the powers of the northern light,
I break any negativity in my life.
Ring the bell, and allow it to resonate. Face south, and say:
By the powers of the southern side, strong I am.
Let my powers rise.
Face east, saying:
By the powers of the eastern Sun,
I face my fears and watch them run.
Face west, and say:
By the powers of the western night,
I break any curse. It takes flight.
Snuff out the fire, take a breath, and eat the fruit.