Spell of the Week

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There are lots of practical uses for magick spells in our everyday lives and they don't require ritualistic pomp and circumstance, apothecary drawers full of eye of newt and hummingbird's tongue, or even a magic wand.  You don't have to be a card carrying, broom riding, cauldron stirring witch either. A little practical knowledge, common sense and good intentions is all it takes to cast a successful spell.

 

Each week I'll be posting a spell from one of my two Spell Books., Workplace Spells, Animal Spells And Magick and some new  spells as well. They are simple yet effective spells that are easy to do with just a few practical ingredients or tools that you probably already have around the house, or easy to find.

 

I learned early on that magick affects the world around you, so be very careful what you ask for.  None of my spells are crafted to do harm to anyone, but they do get the job done. Intent is the key to make a spell work. Visualize what you want, and cast the spell knowing that it is going to work.  Any doubt in your mind and it won't work, so  "Wish honestly, then conjure boldly."

The Spell For This Week Is...

 "Stop the Bickering "

This spell was originally written for the Animal Spells and Magick book,  to help your four legged furry ones get along. but it works just as well for humans if  the whole family is in an uproar.

You Will Need:

A  bit of hair from those who are not getting along

A green leaf from your favorite tree

A couple of strands of your own hair

 

Collect the  hair from  a comb or hairbrush, mix it all together and roll it up in the leaf, rolling it towards you. Tie it shut with your own hair  and repeat the following incantation:

Just a small bit of everyone's hair

Bound neatly together will stop the warfare.

I am asking for love all around

So there will be no more battleground.

Peace and harmony is the order of the day

And all bad feelings will be buried away

So Mote It be

Take the parcel of hair back to the tree and bury it beneath it.