Energywork: Time Correspondences

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Energy Healing:  What is a Limpia (and what is it NOT?)

Without question, the most popular post on my blog is (and has been for years) my post on Limpias – aka “Egg Cleansings.” This is an *extremely* popular practice, especially in a…  […]

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Plants For Pain – Scarlett Says

Plants contain an immeasurable amount of healing properties, some that we’ve not yet unlocked. Since a young age, I’ve had a particular interest in herbal and homeopathic medicine. It just seems, for lack of a better word, natural. My father occasionally talks about his youth, when plants, barks, and herbs were the only readily available […]

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Lāʻau Lāpaʻau: Creams, Lotions, and Salves

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Dry, itchy skin? Cuts, scrapes, infected wounds, or rashes? They can all be soothed and renewed with the healing nourishment of herbs applied in a moisturizing base – the realm of creams, lotions, and salves. Of course, your skin is your largest eliminative organ. It’s often exposed to the elements, and it’s somewhat delicate {no fur or scales to protect it!}. This means that it can take a beating from the weather and can be prone to wrinkling and drying. Because your skin breathes and eliminates toxins and other substances from your body, you may experience conditions such as rashes, acne, or boils as your skin releases these substances.

Creams, lotions, and salves are all marvelous ways to apply healing herbs to the thirsty, damaged or troubled skin, but they’re each formulated slightly differently.

Cream. A cream is a mixture of oil and water, with a little wax added for…

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Top 20 Most Under-Rated Healing Herbs You Need To Know About

1. Agrimony Agrimony, or Agrimonia are a genus of over a dozen species of herb in the Rosaceae family (alongside such favorites as the rose, apple tree, almond, and strawberry.) This herb has been historically revered as a natural remedy for ailments of the eyes, even owing its name to the Greek word Argemone, meaning ‘plant that heals the eye.’ Agrimony has also been used… [read more]

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Lāʻau ʻAno ʻAno – Boiled Spit Spell – Remove Blockages & Negative Vibes

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Boiled Spit SpellBoiled spit has been a spell that we have been doing for as long as I can remember. From my earliest memories this was just the norm and if you need to get something out of you this was how to do it.

The Spell can be used 2 ways…

  1. Spit at someone to give them a quick fuck off and go away. Its not meant to be a strong curse with longevity or hurt them in anyway, just a kick in the pants. Get them out of you way and leave you alone temporarily. Same as if they were in front of you and you spit at their feet. They know you mean business and to leave.
  2. All you need is some boiling water, and your spit. Once the water is boiled, imagine the person in-front of you and SPIT. I mean really spit hard, with gumption with anger…

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Lāʻau ʻAno ʻAno – 5 Magical Binding Plants

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5 Magical Binding PlantsHappy Friday Everyone!

Although there is absolutely no sight of spring in the air in my parts and won’t be for quite some time, I still felt compelled to write about living binding green things. Perhaps it is all the sunshine. Binding is a popular option when it comes to spell work. This post is not about binding spells, just vines options you can use for your binds.

Various man-made options work well if you are not looking to take a nature walk.  Threads, yarn, cord etc can be used, but if you prefer working with nature here are the most popular options to work with and these are readily available from spring, well into deep autumn early winter.

Creeping nightshade  

Very common and found growing along fences, even fences in parking lots, trail edges and forest edges. These easily rip out, you won’t need scissors.

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Clematis – Very easy…

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Lāʻau ʻAno ʻAno – New Year – Super Full Moon Abundance Spell

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New Year Full Moon Spell (1)How lucky are we to have a full moon on New Years Day!! It is also a super moon, lots of good juicy lunar energy to soak up. This spell will work well with the last 2 posts I did here  and here. You don’t have to do them, this will work fine on its own.

You will need:

  • As much live water as you want, ideally a liter. Melted snow works too, rain water, streams, creeks, rivers…. plan to use it for 40 days and keep the remainder for the rest of the year.
  • a pinch of salt
  • a couple bay leaves
  • whole red pepper, dried or fresh
  • onion skins, yellow or purple is fine.
  • a nice bottle or jar to store it in.

ccTake all your dried ingredients and place them around a candle, ideally the candle you used in the ritual to honor the beginning  …

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Lāʻau ʻAno ʻAno – Ritual to Honor the Beginning

The Witch & Walnut

bbNew year and new promises to yourself and others. The promise of excitement, the unknown and possibilities. As the New Year approaches, its easy to start feeling overwhelmed with resolutions. We start off strong with the possibility of a new life and in a couple weeks that is gone… Where did it go? Why?

Because we let life happen to us, instead of for us!

Start with a cleansing bath/shower, sit at your altar and choose the life you want this year. Inscribe it onto a candle, light it and sit in-front of it. Surround yourself with your favorite things including food. Indulge a bit, you are celebrating and honoring the beginning of a journey that is magical. Allow yourself to get happy, I mean really happy. Excited, create a state of mind as though you are in the exact moment you dream of. Once you get there, make a…

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Lāʻau ʻAno ʻAno – WHEN MAGICK FADES

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WITCHES OF THE ROUND TABLE

We still kept our Relics underground

This living creature ~ a female ~ needed to receive the oldest and deepest of the Elements ~ the Earth Spirit

There are times when it is difficult not to be overwhelmed by ManKind

Let it be whispered when that time comes to join together and give help to the one who has become Magickally Impoverished

Our Spirits should be timeless

Walk in tune with growth

Blood that runs through our veins does not change

It lingered this trace of a once strong and mighty of will power

She mourned for the scattered parts of her magick

The Witches of the Round Table sat together in a room with an open fire

They read script from their Books of KnowledgeWhat I not my eyes doth see
My heart grieveth deeply for thee
Magick return sorrows laid be

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Lāʻau ʻAno ʻAno – Ritual to Honor the End

The Witch & Walnut

ritual To Honor the end of a YearNew Years Eve is upon us very soon. Time to honor our past year and make space for the new one. I know I am posting this a bit early, however I like to give you time to work this into your schedules. It does not need to be done on the actual night, anytime throughout the weekend will do. This ritual can be done to honor the end of a year, month, day really anything that you are ready to say thank you and goodbye to. Honor the hard lessons learned, but letting go of the hard moments that caused grief. Also honoring the happy and joyous moments that you cannot ever repeat.

This is very easy.. All you will need is the following:

  • fire proof dish
  • salt
  • rock
  • dried twigs/very small branches that are found on the ground. NOT removed from a tree.

Each twig will represent a…

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Ho’omana’o – ‘ŌLELO NO’EAU

He lawa‘i a no ke kai papa u, he pokole ke aho; he lawa‘i a no ke kai hohonu he loa ke aho.

A fisherman of the shallow sea uses only a short line; a fisherman of the deep has a long line (A person whose knowledge is shallow does not have much, but he whose knowledge is great, does)

This means that you will reach only as far as you aim and prepare yourself to reach.

In order for changes to be made with regards to land rights, housing education etc. We must become well informed like the Lawai’i or Fisherman because they are not just traits of a well skilled practioner but an icon to whom we should all emulate.

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A Personal Evocation

O Great Creator, I come before you in a humble manner and offer you this sacred pipe. With tears in my eyes and an ancient song from my heart I pray. To the four powers of Creation, To the Grandfather Sun, To the Grandmother Moon, To the Mother Earth, And to my ancestors. I pray for my relations in Nature, All those who walk, crawl, fly, and swim, Seen and unseen, To the good spirits that exist in every part of Creation. I ask that you bless our elders and children, families, and friends, and the brothers and sisters who are in prison. I pray for the ones who are sick on drugs and alcohol and for those who are now homeless and forlorn. I also pray for peace among the four races of humankind.

May there be good health and healing for this Earth,
May there be Beauty above me, May there be Beauty below me,
May there be Beauty in me, May there be Beauty all around me.
I ask that this world be filled with Peace, Love, and Beauty.

La’au Lapa’au: Thinking About Making Your Own Herbal Medicine?

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Perhaps you have been thinking about making your own herbal medicine, but you have questions. Isn’t it dangerous? Do you need lots of sophisticated equipment? And what about training? Do you need to be highly skilled in making your own medicines – right?

Actually, making safe and effective herbal medicines at home is an ancient tradition practiced worldwide. In many cultures, everyday ailments have been treated with handmade herbal medications for generations; in fact, only recently have medicines not been made in the home. Are herbal medicines safe? Yes, they are perfectly safe – especially when you prepare and use them as recommended by an experienced herbalist. The recipes and procedures on this website are ones we’ve enjoyed and tested for years, and the herbs suggested are time-honored and effective.

All it takes to make herbal preparations like salves, creams, and tinctures is a kitchen with common appliances like a…

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Evoking The Great Spirit

O Great Creator, I come before you in a humble manner and offer you this sacred pipe. With tears in my eyes and an ancient song from my heart I pray. To the four powers of Creation, To the Grandfather Sun, To the Grandmother Moon, To the Mother Earth, And to my ancestors. I pray for my relations in Nature, All those who walk, crawl, fly, and swim, Seen and unseen, To the good spirits that exist in every part of Creation. I ask that you bless our elders and children, families, and friends, and the brothers and sisters who are in prison. I pray for the ones who are sick on drugs and alcohol and for those who are now homeless and forlorn. I also pray for peace among the four races of humankind.

May there be good health and healing for this Earth,
May there be Beauty above me, May there be Beauty below me,
May there be Beauty in me, May there be Beauty all around me.
I ask that this world be filled with Peace, Love, and Beauty.

 

Energywork:  Metaphysical Explanations Of Specific Physical Aches, Pains And Sicknesses – In5D Esoteric, Metaphysical, and Spiritual Database 

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As many people in the spiritual world know, everything happens for a reason. It becomes a lot easier to understand why things happen when we can see it from a metaphysical perspective. The following is a reference list for physical aches, pains, and illnesses, along with what your body is trying to […]

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Evocation to The Great Spirit

AHO!

Great Spirit, Almighty Healer and Creator of all things that surround us, it is with humbled hearts that we gather to offer up many thanks. So often we have taken things for granted and have not opened our eyes to the beauty that you have created. We send this prayer of thanks for the many blessings and gifts you have given. We thank you for the storms of life that give us strength to our spirit. We thank you for the rains that shower thirsty lands. We thank you for the lightning that provides the nitrates for a fertile soil. We thank you for the sacredness of the seasonal cycle, the four colors and the four corners. We thank you for the sacred circles found throughout the Universe to the bird nests among the trees. We thank you for the trees that supply us with the air to breathe. For the rushing waters flowing from the snow-capped mountains that hydrate our aging bodies, we thank you. We thank you for the calmness of the lakes and oceans in the early morning hours. We thank you for the smell of the salt air as we stand upon the shore, watching the gracefulness of the waves gently moving across the sand.

We thank you for the many miracles you have brought to your children. We thank you for the many herbs and plants that supply us with cures for our diseases and disorders. We thank you for the precious gift of life. We thank you for our Elders that teach us the importance of life and overcoming the impossible. May we give them the respect they deserve. We thank you for our children that show us the innocence and lessons we have long forgotten. May we erect an unbreakable foundation for our children to build upon. We thank you for family and friends that support us in our time of need. We thank you for the spirit that connects all living things. We thank you for the wisdom we find in our hearts. We thank you for our ancestors that continue to watch over us and give us the answers we need. We thank you for your forgiveness when we have brought dishonor to you. We thank you for your strength and your guidance as we stand against those that continue to wantonly destroy your creation.

We thank you for the early morning dew as it drips from the leaves. We thank you for Grandfather Sun as he send us warmth and light. We thank you for Grandmother Moon as she watches over us during our slumber. We thank you for Father Sky as he protects us throughout the day and night. We thank you for Mother Earth as she gives us all we need to survive. We thank you for all two-leggeds, four-leggeds, swimmers, fliers and crawlers that interact with us each day. We thank you for the beauty of the wolf, the grace of the horse, the power of the bear, and the strength of the eagle. May we take these qualities and bring back balance to an unbalanced world.

Shamanic Animal Appearing … Elephant (resoluteness)

Elephant’s message: Keep a steady pace and don’t give up. You will overcome any obstacle.

 

The Elephant is certainly a strong creature/   But even bigger than its strength is its steadiness.  Yes, the Elephant can charge and hit hard.  But, it overcomes obstacles thanks to its resoluteness and determination.  This is the message this spirit is delivering now:  Be determined and keep a steady pace  Not too fast, not too slow. See it as a formidable force, which is unstoppable.  Like an avalanche, no obstacle can resist it.  If you are facing a daunting challenge, even if you are tired, don’t get discouraged. By going forward, one step at a time, you will go through it successfully.  And you may even learn a thing or two in the process, as the Elephant is also a very wise being.