Posts Tagged With: White paper

Daily Feng Shui News for Feb. 15th – ‘Singles Awareness Day’

It’s ‘Singles Awareness Day’ but if you’d rather be in a couple then try this powerful Feng Shui exercise. Take a red pen and on white paper write a list of all the qualities you think your ideal mate might possess. Feng Shui says that the stronger and clearer you are in stating what you’d like to see happen in your love life, the easier it is for the universe to send you your heart’s desire. Is your perfect partner a smart and savvy world traveler? Or maybe you want a homebody who loves spending quiet evenings on the couch watching movies? Once you have your list together, place it and an image of two pink peonies inside a small silver box, tie it with a red ribbon and place the box in the ‘Romance and Relationship’ area (back right hand corner) of your bedroom for 49 days. Your love life will bloom and grow and you might find that you aren’t single for too very much longer.

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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Magickal Activity for February 9th, The Festival of Yemanja

Celtic & British Isles Graphics

Yemanja’s Magick Wishing Bowl

 

Items needed: White paper; a white enamel bowl; a blue 7-day candle; seven white fresh chrysanthemum flowers; some blue food coloring or anil (a blueing agent).

Begin by writing your desire on the piece of white paper. Place the paper into the bottom of a white enamel bowl. Set the candle on top of the paper in the bowl, fill the bowl with water, and use the food coloring or anil to color it blue. Carefully place each chrysanthemum flower in the bowl of water, light the candle, and make your wish.

The candle must be left to burn out completely. This will take approximately seven days. At the end of this time, you must take the entire bowl (candle and all) to the nearest large body of water. Gently put the entire contents into the water along with seven silver coins. Make your wish, turn, and walk away. Do not look back.

 

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Daily Feng Shui News for Oct. 31 – “Happy Halloween!” Heard of the ‘Bowl-Burning?’

Happy Halloween! On this holiday, why not try an ages-old technique to rid yourself of negative energies while calling forth abundance and happiness? Called ‘Bowl-Burning,’ this exercise says that you should write down on a piece of paper any negative aspect of your life that you are ready to release. Write this facet on a piece of white paper with red pen. Then place the paper into a bowl (one that can hold heat and flame) and light it. Once the paper is burning, go ahead and ask your own Higher Power to bring you opportunities to reach your full potential so that old energies might be transmuted into something positively supportive. ‘Bowl Burning’ has been around almost as long as fire itself, and has a positively glowing testimonial track record almost as old to prove it. Costume your life with potential and possibility and allow all the other tricky stuff to go up in flames.

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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Daily Feng Shui News for October 25 – ‘National Forgiveness Day’

Sometimes we need to forgive someone else (or ourselves) and just can’t work up the courage to face them. In such cases, this next Feng Shui cure is the perfect solution and today’s ‘National Forgiveness Day’ is a perfect day to start. Write the name of the person who you want to forgive on a piece of white paper with green ink. Fold the paper and put it into any lidded receptacle, such as a mason jar. Cover the paper with honey and tightly shut the lid. Put a small white candle somewhere close by the jar and then, every day for nine consecutive days, light the candle and visualize yourself and the person whose name is on the paper coming together in solidarity and brotherhood. On the ninth day, let the candle burn down and once it has cooled take everything and put it all in a brown paper bag. Dispose of that anywhere outside of your house and then don’t be surprised if you hear from that particular person.

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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Daily Feng Shui News for July 7th – ‘Global Forgiveness Day’

On ‘Global Forgiveness Day’ I am honored to share a Feng Shui forgiveness cure that never fails. If you have someone to forgive, or want someone to forgive you, then write their name on a piece of white paper with a green ink marker or pen. Fold the paper into quarters and place it at the bottom of a lidded receptacle. Pour enough honey over the paper to cover it and tightly close the lid. Every night for nine consecutive nights at approximately the same time, light a small white candle close to the receptacle and either ask for or offer forgiveness for or to the person whose name is written on the paper. This should take less than a few minutes. On the ninth and final night allow the candle to burn all the way down. Once it has sufficiently cooled, place all of the ingredients in a brown paper bag and dispose of it, including the candle remnants, somewhere outside of your living space. This tradition say that shortly after concluding this exercise you should hear from the person you were concentrating on and forgiveness will be forthcoming.

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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Daily Feng Shui News for June 26th – ‘Forgiveness Day’

If you want to provide some peace between you and someone who you’ve scuffled with, then today’s ‘Forgiveness Day’ energies give you a perfect opportunity to do exactly that. One powerful Feng Shui way to forgive someone is to write their name on a piece of white paper with green ink. Fold the paper and put it inside any lidded receptacle that can be tightly sealed. Cover the paper with honey and seal the jar. Then, every night for nine consecutive nights and at approximately the same time, you will light a small white candle close to the jar and spend a minute or two sending healing and positive thoughts to the person whose name is inside of it. After the ninth night allow the candle to burn completely out. Once it cools put everything inside of a brown paper bag and dispose of it outside of your living space. Don’t be surprised if you hear from that same person somewhere inside of a few days. All will be well.

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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THE BOOMERANG SPELL

THE BOOMERANG SPELL

Reverse any negativity or hex being sent your way. Annoint a purple candle with Rosemary oil. On a piece of white paper write the following in black ink…

“All blocks are now removed.”

Fold the paper three times. Light the candle and burn the paper in a bowl, ashtray or any fireproof dish. Invoke the power of fire and it’s elemental spirits. Repeat three times:

 

“Firedrakes and Salamanders,
Aid me in my quest,
Protect me from all evil forms,
Turn back the negativity being sent.

 

After repeating it three times, say:

“So mote it be.”

 

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SPELLTO REVERSE NEGATIVITY OR HEXES

SPELLTO REVERSE NEGATIVITY OR HEXES

 

Try this spell to reverse any negativity or hexes being sent your way. Visualize all blocks in your life-path being removed. Anoint a purple candle with Rosemary oil.

On a piece of white paper write the following in black ink:

All blocks are now removed.

Fold the paper three times. Light the candle and burn the paper in a bowl, ashtray, or any fireproof dish. Invoke the power of fire and its elemental spirits by repeating three times:

Firedrakes and salamanders,
aid me in my quest,
protect me from all evil forms,
turn back the negativity being sent.

After the third repetition say:

So mote it be.

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