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Sharona22 wrote:If I am going to ask St Francis for his help at the beginning of my spell I ask him, yes? and at closing thank him and then tell him I will be making donation and help animals in his name because of his help. is this basically correct? I am also going to write a petition and dust this and the picture of my dog and myself with power sachet. ... is there a prayer or something to be said at the end while I am putting together the remains under our bed (my pet and mine)?
missy wrote:Hmm, interesting. But what if the enemy isn't around you?
Also, do you have to dress this type of mojo, or would it cause a fire...I'm not sure if oil can go onto unlit matches...
Madame_Phoenix wrote:I know that cat is pretty firm in her conviction that we won't be taught how to pray in the HRCC, and I respect that and see her reasons. However, would a thread here about the different ways people focus their concentrations and energies during prayer be acceptable? It would also include how one prepares a spell, asking the ingredients for their help, etc. I think a lot of people would benefit from this.
SilverStar wrote:I know spellwork is effective only if you believe in it 100% but when you are a beginner, how can you get rid of doubts? They creep in constantly... I have a tendency for depression and low self esteem, and that doesn't help either
Crazy Irish Dan wrote:I'm not saying this wouldn't work but one of the reasons I've gone through the trouble of using such a system was for a more detailed look at myself than, say, general Astrology would offer. (Though as a Cancer/Leo cusp, I do find myself to be very 'dual' and easily able to reconcile opposing forces, like holding the Sun in one hand and the Moon in the other.) Using only your birth date, rather than your full birth name plus your birth date, knocks down the detail that can be gleaned considerably. How many people with your exact name were born on your exact birth day? Odds are, with all of the people in the world, maybe one. (Your Doppelganger?) How many people were born on that day, period? Thousands, if not millions.
"And 'life everlasting.' That was good for fever and cold. Now, if they catch you with life everlasting, they'll lock you up! They'll say you got marijuana." "Life everlasting would make you sweat.... And it got the fever out. Then people started smoking it." Charlotte shrugged, and raised her eyebrows.
LaReina wrote:I listen to music that helps me focus. I usually do this when i am working on someone, i listen to music that reminds me of that certain person, or bands/songs that person likes.
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