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Sunday, April 16, 2017

Getting Unstuck

Here is a great spell to get energy moving and good things happening in any area of your life that feels "stuck".


You will need:
  • Soft butter (margarine will do, but real butter is better)
  • Powdered ginger
  • Nutmeg
  • Sugar
  • A bowl you often use when cooking
  • Wooden spoon
  • Paper
  • Red pen, pencil, or marker
Take some time to think about what it is that feels stuck in your life. Do some journaling if it is helpful. This is a very powerful spell, and it is important to be really clear about what it is that you really want....

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3 comments:

Parvati said...

Hello there,

Just 2 questions:-
-When is the best time to do this spell?
-What do I do with the ashes?

Two Feathers said...

A spell like this can be done at any time - for optimum times - I'd say.. during a waning moon because waning moon times are good for spells where you want something to diminish - at dawn because that's when the energy of the earth begins to get moving - and on a Sunday because it's a day dedicated to the Sun - our great energizer.

And, depending on what it is you are getting unstuck from... the times could be different. For example if it's a relationship - the day of the week and the time of the day that you met that person might be most appropriate...

It's best if the logic of the "best" time resonates with you and your desired result in a personal way.

As for the ashes - scatter them to the four winds... maybe at a crossroads, or toss them off a bridge into running water (water running AWAY from your home), or even a cemetery.

Hope this helps?

Parvati said...

Yes, very much so, Two Feathers:)

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