I want to thank you for such an informative blog, but I also want to ask what Aesir should I make offerings to if I’m desperately looking for a job, and want help with all this turmoil it’s causing me being unemployed.
Anonymous asked grumpylokeanelder:I want to thank you for such an informative blog, but I also want to ask what Aesir should I make offerings to if I’m desperately looking for a job, and want help with all this turmoil it’s causing me being unemployed.
How do you feel about death?
What are your greatest imperfections?
Do you have any cats?
What brings you joy?
What is one thing you've had to fight for in your life?
Do you believe in the underworld?
Do you have any major responsibilities or importance?
Do you like to read/write?
What is the most terrifying thing you've ever done?
How is your health?
Tell us about your relationship with your father.
What is your favorite animal?
What is your relationship with your mother?
What do you think happens when we die?
What is your favorite flower?
Have you ever been betrayed?
What kind of music do you listen to?
Have you ever been in love?
Do you have any children?
Are you a silent or talkative person?
How old are you?
What is the best trick you've ever pulled on someone?
What is your family like?
Would you consider yourself pretty powerful?
What have you done with your life? What are you going to do with it?
What do you think of yourself?
Are you an easy person to anger?
Would you consider yourself an artist?
Do you play any instruments?
Do you drink?
Do you have a bad reputation?
Have you ever tried to communicate with the dead?
Have you ever stolen anything?
Are you a moody person?
Are you a confident person?
Would people say that you are intimidating or fairly approachable?
Where do you think we go when we die?
Apollo & Dianna:
Do you prefer to be up during the day or at night?
Have you ever gotten into a fight?
Do you generally give good advice?
Have you ever felt trapped?
Do you have a job?
Have you ever had your heart broken?
Do you like being home or do you try to get out whenever you can?
Do you daydream often? Of what?
If you’re anything like me, you have times where friendships fray and fall apart. Sometimes it’s just meant to happen. But sometimes it’s a problem that could pretty easily be mended with a little humility and forgiveness.
You will need:
- A candle. Indigo preferably as this color targets the mind and increases willingness for forgiveness, or green because it targets the heart as well as facilitates feelings of forgiveness. (but any color will do if you’re short on options)
- A picture of the friend or a sacred object they have given you
- Sage incense (this is optional, I understand not everyone has access to it)
- A small box you can keep around for when you need it.
Before you perform your spell, be sure to get yourself in the right frame of mind. Drink some tea, take a bath, do some meditation. Whatever you need to feel pure in your intent to put the broken friendship back together. If the emotions are still very fresh and you find yourself unable to bring yourself to center, I recommend doing a purification or calming spell first.
- Take a white candle (or any color you have as previously established) and light it
- Cut thin strips of paper and write out all of the feelings you have that are negative about your friendship. Any hurts, any anger, etc.
- Burn each piece of paper in a fire safe tin and as you do, try your best to let the emotions resolve themselves.
If this is a struggle, that is okay. Friendships are emotional things, so take as much time as you need before you feel you are ready to try and put things back together.
Once you are in the right frame of mind, focus on the sacred object or their picture and write out on a few strips of paper all of the good things you miss from your friendship. Reflect on the reasons behind why it fell apart and why you want it back together. Does this person always listen when you need them? Do they make you smile when few others can? While it is not essential to focus on just the positives, it will help with your forgiveness if you remember why you loved the friend so much in the first place.
- Light your indigo/green candle and take the sacred object or picture in your hands
- Read off the strips to yourself and let the love/ fondness you feel for your friend settle around you.
- Each time you finish reading a strip, fold it carefully and place it in the box
- Repeat for the rest of the strips and close the box when you are done.
- Light your sage incense (optional), and carefully hold the box over the smoke to purify your resolve. (Not ON the actual burning object, please use caution)
When you have finished purifying the box, hold it carefully in your hands and say the words:
“Our fate is changed. I’ve looked inside. Mend the bond we tore with pride.”
Extinguish your candle and place the box in a place where it will be safe. If you are feeling up to it, call your friend and try and work things out as best you can. ~by Darkling Mod