"He crept into her heart seeking to devour her, but he was the one consumed" ~Dean Jackson
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Wednesday, May 29, 2013

♰Healing Spell♰



I find that sometimes losing someone you love can feel like it's forever heartbreaking.
This spell can perhaps help in the healing process, and can be used for any type of healing. In my case it's been just under a year since I've lost my fur baby, and I still cry over her and more often as I close in on her anniversary of her death. I still have her brother who I bury my face in his fur and cry, without him I feel I would be completely lost sometimes.

With a friend losing her fur baby, (I hope it will help her too) it brought my anguish to the surface once more, and I'm going to attempt to believe this will help me as well.

Remember the more you believe in your spell the more the powerful it will be. It's important to be very careful to define your intent properly, or else it may work in an unexpected way, spells can be influenced by your own thoughts and emotions, so it's important to follow through with your process to prepare yourself prior to spell casting and rid of any negative energy to focus your good energy into the spell. In this case it will be a double process of your negative hurt and feelings. As you will be addressing those twice, in the ritual bath as well as in this spell directly. Put the good energy into believing this will help you and into the spell for healing.

Petition Spell for Healing:♰ This will help bring your dreams to fruition.

You'll need a small, heat-proof pot, such as a cauldron or an old kitchen pot; a white candle; an apple; a cinnamon stick; a pinch of thyme leaves; a kettle of hot water; a cup; a pen; some paper; a bowl of water (water from a natural spring or blessed water is ideal; if using tap water, add a teaspoon of table salt); daisies.

Set up your table or altar. Put the candle in the holder, unlit, to the left. Set your heat-proof pot behind it. Set the bowl of water on the right. Snip the daisy heads off the stems and set them afloat in the water. Place the paper and pen in front of you.

Go get yourself ready; meditate, ♰ritually bathe♰, center yourself, open your chakras or whatever you normally do to prepare for a spell. Put on the kettle and bring water to a boil. While it is boiling, add 1/4 apple, 1 cinnamon stick and a pinch of thyme leaves to the cup. Add honey if you need your tea sweetened as you will be drinking this. Pour in the boiling water and stir. Light the candle.

Sit at your work place and take the pen and paper in hand. Think about the things that are making you feel bad, and begin writing exactly what bothers you. Allow it to flow. Don't hold back. Get out anger, pain, fear- whatever comes. If the tears begin to flow, let them. Use as much paper as you need. Don't stop. Just write, either in essay form, or a list, or random words and doodles, of what is bothering you. When you feel you have given all you can give to this writing exercise, fold up the paper, hold it in the candle flame.

Once it begins to burn nicely throw it into the heat-proof pot. Watch it burn, knowing you are ridding yourself of all the excess negative emotions that are making life hard to handle, that are making it too hard to pick up, heal and move on Sit and breathe a while, regaining your composure. You should feel as though you have just purged your emotions and are drained. Dip your fingers into the bowl of water.

Splash yourself with it to cleanse yourself of these negative feelings, sprinkle it on yourself, or take a washcloth and wipe yourself down if you desire. Drink the tea, filling yourself with healing, peaceful energies to restore harmony to your mind. Take a few deep breaths and it is done. Dispose of the ashes in the dirt somewhere. Pour the daisy water on top of it. You may feel completely drained yet refreshed after this spell; take a nap or take it easy for the rest of the day.

Tomorrow will be a better day~

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