Monday’s Conjuring

Gothic CastleMonday’s Conjuring

Monday – is associated with the Moon

Candle colors – white or gray

Magickal Applications for the Day – Crossroads work to learn to read cards, dealing with family matters, Protection, Truth, Peace, Justice

 

–Starr Casas, Old Style Conjure Wisdoms, Workings and Remedies

Monday’s Conjuring

Quenching their thirstMonday’s Conjuring

Monday – is associated with the Moon

Candle colors – white or gray

Magickal Applications for the Day – Crossroads work to learn to read cards, dealing with family matters, Protection, Truth, Peace, Justice

–Starr Casas, Old Style Conjure Wisdoms, Workings and Remedies

Monday’s Conjuring

Sadness
Monday’s Conjuring

Monday – is associated with the Moon

Candle colors – white or gray

Magickal Applications for the Day – Crossroads work to learn to read cards, dealing with family matters, Protection, Truth, Peace, Justice

–Starr Casas, Old Style Conjure Wisdoms, Workings and Remedies

Monday’s Conjuring

Gothic Girl With Candles & Roses

Monday’s Conjuring

 

Monday – is associated with the Moon

Candle colors – white or gray

Magickal Applications for the Day – Crossroads work to learn to read cards, dealing with family matters, Protection, Truth, Peace, Justice

–Starr Casas, Old Style Conjure Wisdoms, Workings and Remedies

Monday’s Conjuring

underworld

Monday’s Conjuring

Monday – is associated with the Moon
Candle colors – white or gray
Crossroads work to learn to read cards, dealing with family matters, Protection, Truth, Peace, Justice

–Starr Casas, Old Style Conjure Wisdoms, Workings and Remedies

 

April 14 – Daily Feast

April 14 – Daily Feast

What starts out to be an exaggeration and even a great joke, can turn into a lie. The worst lie is to hurt someone intentionally, but equally sad is the lie told for pure self-defense, or to spare someone the truth. There are those who will believe a lie – which is more in their understanding than the truth. So much drama and so much pretense makes lying acceptable to those living in false existence. To find the right path, get rid of the habit of lying. It is a trap that looks innocent but the efforts lead to wrongdoing.

~ Our fathers gave us many laws…. That it was a disgrace to tell a lie; that we should speak only the truth. ~

CHIEF JOSEPH – NEZ PERCE

“A Cherokee Feast of Days, Volume II” by Joyce Sequichie Hifler

Daily OM for August 7 – Afraid of the Truth

Afraid of the Truth

Feeling Threatened

by Madisyn Taylor

Facing the truth upfront rather than turning from it will keep your life moving in a forward and positive direction.

Most of us have had the experience of being in possession of a piece of truth that we were afraid to share because we knew it would not be well received. There are also instances in which we ourselves have been unable to handle some truth confronting us. This might be a small truth, such as not wanting to see that our car needs repairs because we don’t want to pay for them, or a large truth, such as not fully accepting that someone close to us is pushing us away. Usually the truth is evident, and we can see it if we choose, but we have elaborate ways of hiding the truth form ourselves, no matter how apparent it is.

For the most part, we avoid the truth because it scares us, or makes us angry, or makes us feel like we don’t know what to do. We often create our lives based on a particular understanding, and if that understanding turns out to be fully or even partially incorrect, we may feel that our whole sense of reality is being threatened. It takes a strong person to face the truth in circumstances like these, and many of us run for cover instead. Nevertheless, we can only avoid the truth for so long before it begins to make itself known in ever more forceful ways.

Ultimately, there is no way to avoid the truth, no matter how painful it is, so the sooner we let down our defenses, the better. When we know the truth and accept that we may have to adjust our lives to accommodate, we are in alignment with reality. At the same time, we can be patient with people around us who have a hard time seeing the truth, because we know how painful it can be. Whatever the truth is, we make a sincere effort not to close our eyes to it, but instead to be grateful that we have access to it.