1208gypsy wrote:Greetings to everyone from 1208gypsy in North Carolina, USA. I'm excited to explore this fascinating study. So far, I've surfed around a bit in the discussions enough to see that many practical matters are resolved here. Yay that.
My elementary question is as follows: I have just purchased conjure oils and bath crystals (1 of each) for a) money drawing, and b) block busting. So that's four products in all (oil plus bath crystals for two conditions). Do these satisfy part of the purchase requirement that qualifies a seeker (in part) for eventual student status?
I thought maybe so. I figured money drawing is a basic attraction product, and block busting a basic riddance product. I see the required purchase list is kind of divided along those two important distinctions - attraction on one hand, removal on the other. However, I would benefit from guidance. Set me straight.
To answer your question, yes and no. I believe money drawing bath crystals and block buster bath crystals fulfill Cat's requirement. She states that you need one for attracting money or love, (which money drawing bath crystals fulfills) and one for uncrossing (which I believe block buster would fulfill, since it can be compared to a more fiery/fast acting uncrossing product.) However, for the oils, she states she wants one of each for the following categories: love, money, protection, and negative work. Your choice of the money drawing oil fulfills the requirement for a "money" oil, but I don't believe the block buster oil fulfills any of these requirements. It isn't exactly a protection oil, again, its more similar to an uncrossing product. And it certainly isn't an oil for negative work.
I encourage you to take the required purchases list very literally since you are just starting out. If Cat requires you to get a product for protection, go with a "protection" or "fiery wall of protection" product. Have fun with it, but definitely do not overthink it, as it really is not that complicated.
Also, the point of these required purchases is for you to have hands on experience with a wide variety of different lines of product. Cat explicitly states that she does not want you to buy products all from the same line. It does you no good to buy multiple products from the same line, because you aren't getting the knowledge from other product lines that you should have by the time you try to sign up for the course. Try and branch out with your other purchases, and avoid getting products with the same name.
Hope this helps!
hrcc student no. 1976