Let’s make a money bowl to start off the New Year! With the new year here my only resolution has been to post more and embrace my practice out in the open more. So with this in mind I want to share with you all a few things I am going to start using more in my daily practice. From Poppets, to Cinnamon Rituals on the 1st of the month, to other simple DIY things you can do on your own. Simmer Pots, Money Bowls, and anointing oils, there are so many things for me to share with you all.
A poppet can be as simple or as elaborate as you like — it all depends on how much time and effort you want to put into it. You can construct one out of just about any material — cloth, clay, wood, wax. Use your imagination! In some magical traditions, it’s believed that the more work you put into it, and the more complex it is, the stronger your link will be to your goal. Because a poppet is a device for sympathetic magic, all of its components will be symbols of what it is you hope to achieve.
You can do your poppet-making as part of the working itself, or it can be made ahead of time so you can use the poppet later on. Which method you choose is really up to you.
Looking back through memories that Facebook had to share with me, it dawned on me just how much growth that post presented in one little moment. As I examined that post, I wanted to share with you what made me reflect on so profoundly.
You may or may not know that I am not just a blogger, but I am also a fictional writer. I am in the process of developing several different novels. While I have been published in the past I am working diligently to rebrand myself and my voice as a writer. It is always a process, as an artists, and a writer to constantly better one’s self at a craft. This one is a pleasure to work on an research the various different aspects of it. Below I will include the prologue that I just finished for your reading pleasure. I hope that it drums up some interests for you all, and prompts you to want to read more once I have finished it
One of my “things” that I do to help my body reduce stress and anxiety is that I drink teas, I also drink teas to help reduce inflammation, help with sleep, and with pain. Teas as I have talked about before are an amazing way to boost your health and promote healing. But that is not all they can do 😉 No, teas are a wonderful addition for any herbalist and for practices with divination, healing, and centering. The possibilities are endless with a good tea. I do make some teas that we offer to people, but only by request these days. However, I thought that I might take a moment and share some recipes with you, that you can add into your own practice or just your kitchen.
Many people are interested in learning about sigil magic, including how to charge a sigil, what a sigil is, and how to make one. The process of creating a symbol or image in your subconscious mind to bring a desire to fruition is known as making a sigil. The practice of sigil magic has the potential to elevate your spirituality to new heights. There are a wide range of ways of making sigils which is exquisite on the grounds that you can modify a procedure that turns out best for you!
Picking back up from the gas station we all make our way on to our next destination, Robin reads over the paper and sees it says Civil War Church. According to the story on the paper this was an old church, and sometimes if you come up on the church at night you can see people walking about the church, in the eves of the second floor and hear people talking.
Simmer Pot Magic: You can also use a simmer pot to help you achieve your magical goals. The only thing left to do is pick the right ingredients to fit your schedule. There are a lot of magical properties attached to items that give off that autumnal vibe that you can use to your advantage.
When I perform a simmer pot with a magical objective in mind, I
Okay, the next part of the hunt takes place just a couple of miles down from where we were. Amy tells us all that we are headed to something call “Old Green Eyes” apparently this is also another common name or legend in many different places. But what do you expect from a teenager who was bored and wanted to do something different in a small town. This was also at a time when the internet was fairly new, I man for crying out loud we had MapQuest directions. If that does not date things I don’t know what does. So it is no surprise that our leader on this late night haunting hunt did not do her due diligence and research the locations or the legends before we joined her on this venture. Nor did any of us think to do it either, we were bored teenagers looking to do something different and out of the ordinary.
Let me tell you about a bunch of kids bored in small town middle Georgia. There was not always a lot to do where we lived, and we tried our hardest to be good kids… well as good as we could be for the most part. So sometimes in our little ways of legal rebellion, we would try to figure out things to do that were pushing the limits. Like most teenagers do, I think it is a right of passage, you push to the limit and some exceed the limit more than they mean to. One night I get a call from a friend. [ Note names are changed] ” Hey, Amy found this cool list of urban legends in our area are you down…….” Totally didn’t let her finish her sentence before I answered. ” YES!!! Just tell us where.” Jasmine giggled and give us directions.