The Witches Almanac for Wednesday, March 9th

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The Witches Almanac for Wednesday, March 9th

Wednesday (Mercury): The conscious mind, study, travel, divination, and wisdom.

Forty Saints’ Day

Waxing Moon

Moon phase: First Quarter

Moon Sign: Pisces

Moon enters Aries 2: 40 pm

Incense: Lilac

Color: Brown

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The Witches Almanac for Wednesday, February 10th

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The Witches Almanac for Wednesday, February 10th

Wednesday (Mercury): The conscious mind, study, travel, divination, and wisdom.

Ash Wednesday

Waxing Moon
The Waxing Moon (from the New Moon to the Full) is the ideal time for magic to draw things toward you.

Moon phase: First Quarter

Moon Sign: Pisces
Pisces: The focus is on dreaming, nostalgia, intuition, and psychic impressions. A good time for spiritual or philanthropic activities.

Incense: Honeysuckle

Color: Yellow

Let’s Talk Witch – The Important of Instinct in Magick

 

 

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THE IMPORTANCE OF INSTINCT

Trust your gut instinct at all times. You might not be able to find the proof in a book, but if you’re strongly pulled to it, use it. Your own ethical system exists as a form of barometer to warn you when something’s not quite right. Rely on it. The human mind and body are an astonishing set of partners. They take in information and act upon it without our conscious mind being aware of it. The rapidity with which we evaluate a situation and navigate through it, while multitasking on the phone, driving in a car, or walking down the street while listening to music, is simply amazing. We pick up information through the standard five physical senses of touch, sight, smell, hearing, and taste. We also have what is often referred to as a sixth sense, an undefined sense, which accesses information the other physical senses cannot. It is this sense that alerts us to knowledge we cannot possibly have acquired through standard acceptable methods.

Your intuition is part of that sixth sense. Although your conscious mind might not be able to put its metaphorical finger on the necessary knowledge at the time, your intuition turns you in the correct direction and guides you to the information you require, all without you quite understanding how or why. It can be remarkably disconcerting to discover that you “knew” the correct answer without knowing it in a traditional fashion. You might ask yourself how you knew. It’s not important. The point is, your intuition is a valuable tool in the art of spellcraft.

Intuition is what tells you to add a pinch of a certain herb to an herbal blend designed for something, even though you have no recorded correspondence anywhere connecting that herb and that goal. What happens is that your intuition grasps the bigger picture and somehow understands that adding this herb will have a beneficial action.

Intuition can be annoying, especially if you are used to working by the book. You can draft an entire spell to heal a broken heart, including flowers and soft music, only to discover, when you actually get to the moment of performing the spell, that your intuition is insisting on loud rock and roll and ice cream. It can be quite a struggle. Trusting your intuition means that you roll with it. At first it might feel awkward. I suggest a compromise: meet your intuition halfway. Stick with your original draft, but allow your intuition to toss in a couple of suggestions. Just because you can’t prove it doesn’t mean that it’s wrong.

Trusting your intuition means allowing yourself to believe that you know what you’re doing. Think back to the concept of the web of energy covering the planet. If you believe in that web, then you can also believe that information can travel to you from a variety of directions in a variety of ways.

Power Spellcraft For Life: The Art Of Crafting And Casting For Positive Change

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Phase of the Moon & The Hours of the Day Magickal Correspondence

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Phase of the Moon & The Hours of the Day Magickal Correspondences

 

Your magickal workings will also benefit from knowing the daytime correspondences..

Morning- Daylight hours are best for matters of the conscious mind, including magic for leadership, intelligence and all cognitive functions.

Night- Nighttime magicks are best for all things relating to the intuitive, emotional self, healing, fertility, and Moon magick .

Dawn- the dawn brings a time for new beginnings; it freshens, brings warmth and renewed hope.

Dusk- Magick performed at dusk would involve conclusion and endings.

Midnight and Noon- Excellent for all magic involving positive change in your life. Also good for endings and beginnings.

Below you will find the times of the day J

1 a.m. – The first hour of a new day. Focus is on wholeness of self and the banishing of any shadows.

2 a.m. – Ridding partnerships or relationships of negativity.

3 a.m. – Determination, especially in matters that seem to hold you back.

4 a.m. – Improved luck or victory over a specific set of deterring circumstances.

5 a.m. – Encouraging growth of the psychic self.

6 a.m. – Tenacity and perseverance, especially with something you have been putting off.

7 a.m. – Hope, improved insight and perspective.

8 a.m. – Personal change aimed toward the conscious mind.

9 a.m. – Assistance for others, focusing on concrete matters.

10 a.m. – Improving personal convictions and resolutions.

11 a.m. – Energy directed toward transformations, which may have seemed impossible.

(Noon, see above)

1 p.m. – Self-image and personal security.

2 p.m. – Building relationships, encouraging understanding and love between people, sexual symmetry.

3 p.m. – Balancing matters of the body, mind and spirit.

4 p.m. – Harmony of elements, sticking to schedules, magick to accentuate goals.

5 p.m. – Insight to the self. Communicating with spiritual guides.

6 p.m. – Matters of safety, protection and completion.

7 p.m. – Diversity, blending or healing differences, gentle care towards others.

8 p.m. – Leadership, command and guidance.

9 p.m. – Comprehension of universal truth.

10 p.m. – Improving the rational mind, sensibility and clear mindedness.

11 p.m. – Coping with drastic change in a positive manner.

Source:

PaganPath.org