This protection magick is super easy to do – all you need is your pouch (I made an envelope), your herbs and essential oils, and a pen. Get the instructions below – and watch my video on how exactly I did it.
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As promised, today we’re going to talk about how to do my waterfall ward technique. If you haven’t listened to Monday’s podcast episode about defensive magick, I definitely recommend doing that first. Defensive magick is an important skill for anyone to learn how to do, and today I’m going to teach you how to do my own waterfall warding technique.
Valentine’s day is happening and we know love is in the air. But even if you’re single, you can still take advantage of the energy of Valentine’s day. I thought I would write a little spell to help attract love into my life. For me, this is a form of self-love because I’m already in a healthy, loving relationship. I tried to make it as adaptable as possible, so feel free to switch things up to fit your situation.
Imbolg is a time of spring-cleaning for most people. For us witches, that normally means cleaning house, but also cleansing house. For that reason, I always try to create an Imbolg Protection powder. Today, I’m sharing my DIY with you! Imbolg is a great time to take advantage of the fresh energy being brought forth into the year. I like to do this by creating a protection and blessing powder for my home. Using eggshells and herbs of your choice, this powder is a simple yet effective method of cleansing your home and welcoming in the wanted energy.
Kicking bad habits can be hard, and kicking out negativity and negative people can be harder. Give your motivation and determination a boost
One of the most common things that people wish for in the new year is wealth or prosperity. Why not match your wishes with magick and manifest your own reality?
Lammas, or Lughnasadh, depending on your tradition and preference, is the first of three harvest festivals, and one of four fire festivals, from ancient Celtic traditions and beliefs. This first harvest is the harvest of grains, and we can see the fruits of the union between the God and Goddess. The word Lammas comes from the Old English word hlāfmæsse, meaning “loaf mass”, and is highly connected to the harvesting of the grains and the feasts prepared at Lammas. Traditionally, this day was celebrated with the harvesting of the first grains and a feast. The ancient peoples that celebrated this festival knew the importance, though, and we can try to get back to that.
Zeus (zoos) is a Greek God and ruler of the Olympians. He is the Greek Sky God who rules over Mount Olympus, and splits his rule over the mortal realm with his siblings Poseidon and Hades. He is the last child of the titans Cronus and Rhea, and avoided being swallowed by Cronus only thanks to his mother.
Odin is the most powerful God in the Norse pantheon. He is sometimes called the all-father, but in fact has many names as he has taken on many personas for various occasions. He is associated with the day Wednesday. This is because the word Wednesday comes from the word Wotan, which is another name for Odin. Therefore, Wednesday is “Odin’s Day”. Odin is associated with many things including healing, death, wisdom, and the runic alphabet.
Persephone [pər-ˈse-fə-nē] is the Greek Goddess of spring growth and the Goddess Queen of the underworld, married to Pluto (Hades). She is the daughter of Zeus and Demeter, and her myth explains the causes of Spring and Autumn. She was worshiped alongside her mother Demeter in the
Eleusinian Mysteries. She has many names, but the most common are Kore and Persephone. She is referred to as Kore when she is Earth-side, bringing Spring to the land by her return as Demeter rejoices. As Persephone, she is the Queen of the Underworld for the dark half of the year, aiding Hades in the receiving of the dead.