How to use a Crystal Ball – Scrying Create a nice atmosphere. It’s best to practice crystal ball gazing in a dimly lit room with some incense burning in the background. The mix of light and s…
What are Spirit Guides & How to Work with Them.
We are all blessed with spirit guides who surround us and support us. We usually have around four sometimes more. There main spirit guide is with us from birth. The rest of the guides tend to join us throughout our life. Their assistance can be both practical and spiritual in nature.
Here are some tips for getting to know your guides and working with them:
Know What your Guides Can Help You With
Most of us forget who we were before we reincarnate and where we’ve come from and what our reason is for being here. Spirit guides know that it is challenging to be incarnated here on earth and keep a connection to your higher self and your soul’s purpose.
The role of your guides is to gently but consistently guide you by intuitive nudges to stay on track with your soul’s purpose. If something is in your purpose to accomplish, you will find the support from your spirit guides they will hook you up with resources, people, and money, books to help you reach your goals, sometimes they offer insight and comfort when you feel lost.
Your spirit guides will only help you to accomplish and achieve things that honour the purpose that YOU set for yourself before you incarnated.
I know that it is probably not in my soul’s purpose to win the lottery. I don’t have a project to accomplish in this life time that requires that kind of money. Instead, I know that I can benefit from the growth that I will experience in utilizing my talents to tap into abundance. So if I asked my spirit guides to help me win the lottery, I’m pretty certain they wouldn’t oblige.
How to Enlist the Help of Your Guides
You don’t need to have really well developed psychic abilities to begin working with your spirit guides. You may not be able to perceive them at all times but your guides can certainly perceive you. You only need to set an intention and they will pick up on it. Or you can speak to them out loud and they will hear you. (Which I often do)
One way of setting your guides to work is to request their help with specific goals.
You can get into the habit of doing this by writing down your goals for the coming week and month and I ask your guides for help in achieving each of them.
I would like X amount of money each month to pay my rent.
I would like to work with X number of clients next month
I’d like to spend X more hours per week of quality time with my friends and family.
I’d like more fun and laughter in my life.
Our guides will not intervene until you ask them to because to do so would violate your free will. This is why consciously asking for their help is powerful.
Your spirit guides work to help you manifest your desires into the physical, often in unexpected ways! I recently realized that I have a particular guide who hooks me up with the clients who could benefit from a session with me.
Be open minded and the Universe will send you the resources you need in ingenious and creative ways. If you expect to receive help through one particular channel, you may miss or discard the help that shows up in other ways.
Back to the above list, so you could receive a gift of money to help with bills or you might get invited to a party or meet a new friend who is fun and makes you laugh. You may come across a book, like I it did when I wanted some help writing this workshop. There are so many possibilities so be open to them all by seeing the opportunity in every experience that comes your way.
They do however love receiving gratitude for their work, so be sure to thank them.
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To be given a stone such as turquoise promotes good luck and peace. It has been used as amulets since time began, defending against injury, outside influences, or atmospheric pollutants.
It was often used by Turkish soldiers, protecting riders from injuries due to falls. It’s said that the Turquoise grows pale when its owner is sick or sad and loses all of its color when the person dies. It gradually recovers when it’s transferred to a new healthy owner, its color deepening each day.
A powerful energy conduit, this stone releases old vows, inhibitions, and prohibitions, dissolving a martyred attitude or self-sabotage, allowing the soul to express itself once more. It is also good for people who suffer jet lag and deal with fears of flying.
In the workplace, Turquoise promotes leadership, helps in relocation or regular travel associated with careers, and helps avoid unwise investments. It helps overcome writer’s…
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February Full Moon – Snow Moon/Quickening Moon
In February, the nights are cold and we begin to feel a bit of cabin fever. This month’s full moon is called the Quickening Moon – in some places, it’s referred to as the Ice Moon, for obvious reasons. In other places, it’s known as the Hunger Moon. It’s the time of year when our ancestors began to feel the bite of winter in their bellies, sitting by a dwindling fire in the long dark night, wondering if they had stockpiled enough bread or meat or grain to get them through until spring.
By now, most of us are tired of being cooped up in the house, and there’s a part of us that’s just longing for a bit of warmth. This is the season of Imbolc, the days when we know that if we can just hold on for a few more weeks, we might get lucky and see little green shoots peeking out through the snow and slush.
Correspondences for Feb’s Full Moon.
Colors: Purple and blue
Gemstones: Rose quartz, amethyst, jasper
Trees: Rowan, Myrtle
Gods: Brighid, Aphrodite, Juno, Mars
Herbs: Hyssop, sage, myrrh
This is a month when new life is beginning, but still lies dormant. Pregnant animals, due in the spring, begin to feel the quickening of their unborn young. The earth itself is quickening, as seeds and bulbs far beneath the soil begin their journey towards the light. We know these things are coming and we know also that this is a good month to make plans for the future. We can dream and hope, and set goals for ourselves. Accept responsibility for mistakes you’ve made in the past, and move on. Magical workings this month should focus on personal achievements and advancement.
Try one or more of these for a bit of Moon magic this month.
Plant some seeds in a pot of warm soil, to represent not just the new life that is beginning in the earth, but also the things you hope to achieve this year. If you’re planning a magical herb or flower garden, select your seeds based on the needs of the coming seasons.
Perform a meditation to do a bit of self evaluation. Do you need to rethink the baggage you’re carrying around? Maybe this is the year you make big changes? A bit of reflective meditation is a good way to gain focus not only on what you hope to achieve, but the path you’ll need to take to make things happen.
Do a winter full moon ritual, to reflect on darkness of the season, and know that without it, there can be no light. Think about what brings darkness to your own life, and recognize that if you never faced the dark, you’d have far less appreciation for the light.
This is a season of hearth and home. If you’re someone who’s crafty, get hands on with your magic. Develop your skills and hone your talents, and channel that creativity into magical purposes knit a warm hat or scarf to wear for outdoor rituals, sew a new altar cloth, craft some jewellery that reflects your beliefs, or write a song or poem honouring the gods and goddesses of your tradition.
Thanks to its proximity to Imbolc, the Quickening Moon season is a time of magical energy related to the feminine aspect of the goddess, of new beginnings, and of fire. It’s a great time to focus on divination and increasing your own magical gifts and abilities. Take advantage of these concepts, and plan your workings accordingly.
NATURE SPIRITS: house faeries, both of home and plants in the home
HERBS: Balm of Gilead, hyssop, myrrh, sage, spikenard.
COLORS: light blue and violet
SCENTS: wisteria, heliotrope
STONES: amethyst, jasper, rock crystal
TREES: rowan, laurel, cedar
ANIMALS: Otter and the Unicorn
BIRDS: Eagle and the chickadee
DEITIES: Brigit, Juno, Kuan Yin, Diana, Demeter,
POWER – ADVICE: Energy is working towards the surface, purification,healing and growth. Accept and forgive yourself for past errors, time to learn to love yourself and to make future plans.
Witchy ways to celebrate February.
Decorate your home and altar with candles to welcome the return of the sun. Place a pot of bulbs in your home as your magical focus.
Make Brighid dolls from stems of straw; light a fire to welcome in the new.
Get out and about to search for signs of spring.
This is a good time to find a wand, so hunt for the one that’s meant for you and spend time focusing on it and making it individual to you.
Organize your Book of Shadows to get ready for the start of the spring.
Use candle magic to spell for the stirrings of spring and any tiny flickers of ideas that grow.
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Aries (March 21 – April 19)
Your Tarot card is The Emperor, the guy who will always be there when you need him. This card represents your sign’s loyalty and ability to stick by your friends through thick and thin. Like the royal figure on your card, you use your authority and analytical powers to help others and to achieve your goals.
Taurus (April 20 – May 20)
Your card, The Hierophant, represents learning from knowledgeable teachers who can help you search for higher truths by exploring tried and true traditions. Sifting through the superficial, these learned souls can lead you to the heart of matters where profound insights reveal important life lessons.
Gemini (May 21 – June 20)
Every Gemini is blessed with a dual nature represented by your Tarot card, The Lovers. Turning points for you often involve making a moral choice…
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If you have been single for a while, you might want to talk to a psychic to find out when you are going to meet someone new, or if you have met someone you might want to know if they are right for you. You might also want a reading if someone you love has left and you want to know if and when they will come back. These sort of readings are known as relationship readings and it’s good to know how to get the most out of them.
A good psychic will be able to tune in to you and will also be able to pick up what is going on with other person and give you insights into what’s going on between you both. The psychic should be able to give you enough details to let you know that they have made a good connection.
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The most common way to be visited by deceased loved ones is while you dream if you have ever had one of these dreams they very different to normal dreams. During these dreams loved ones may talk to…
Imbloc also known as Candlemass.
This is one of the four fire festivals it celebrates the first signs of spring, this is the seasonal change where the first signs of spring and the return of the sun are noted, the first sprouting of leaves and the sprouting of the Crocus flowers. It is the day that we celebrate the passing of winter and make way for spring and the day we honour the rebirth of the Sun.
It is also a day of celebrating the Celtic Goddess Brigid, Brigid is the Goddess of Poetry, Healing, and Midwifery. She is a triple Goddess, so we honour her in all her aspects.
At this time of year, Wiccans will light multiple candles, white for Brigid, yellow or red for the God this is to remind us of the passing of winter and the entrance into spring, the time of the Sun.
It is also a festival of light and of fertility, once marked in Europe with huge blazes, torches and fire in every form. Fire here represents our own illumination and inspiration as much as light and warmth.
Imbolc is also known as Feast of Torches, Waxing Light, Brighid’s Day, and probably by many other names.
It is traditional upon Imbolc, at sunset or just after ritual, to light every lamp in the house or turn on every light if only for a few moments. Or, light candles in each room in honour of the Sun’s rebirth.
Ritual for Imbolc.
Incense: Rosemary, Frankincense, Myrrh, Cinnamon
Decorations: Corn Dolly, Besom, Spring Flowers
Colours: White, Orange, Red
Stones: Garnet, Ruby, Bloodstone, Onyx, Amethyst
Supplies: white flowers, an orange candle anointed with cinnamon, frankincense or rosemary oil (unlit), red candle to represent the elements, and your ritual supplies.
Arrange your altar, light the candles and cast your Circle.
Invoke the Goddess and God you can say such words like the following.
This is the time of the feast of torches, when every lamp blazes and shines to welcome the rebirth of the God. I celebrate the Goddess. I celebrate the God.
Light the orange taper from the red candle on the altar. Slowly walk the circle clockwise, bearing the candle before you.
Say these or similar words:
All the land is wrapped in winter, the air is chilled and frost envelopes the earth.
Lord of the Sun the horned one of animals and wild places unseen, you have been reborn of the gracious mother goddess of all fertility, Hail great god, Hail and welcome.
Stop before the altar, holding the candle and gaze at its flame then visualize your life filled with renewed energy and strength.
If you feel the need to look into the future, now is a good time. Spell work or magic may follow. Then celebrate with a simple feast, when your finished remember to thank the Goddess and God and then close your circle.
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