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Spells for Help With Horse, Donkey, or Mule

Unread post by Wild at Heart » Sat Feb 04, 2012 6:38 pm

Hello, everyone! I have the feeling that now or within the coming months would be the perfect time to start a honey jar for my horse and I to further strengthen and reinforce our bond. I want it to be one that encourages trust, health, and calmness (as she can be a bit of a hot head), friendship, and of course keeping us in tune with each other- she's already great with me, I just want this to further bring about the positive aspects of her temperament.

So far on my possibilities list:
Tranquility Oil (calming)
Healing Oil (for good health, and to help her with any past traumas she's experienced)
Peony Root Oil (health)
Chaney Root (health)
Golden Seal Root (health, wisdom, strength, beauty)
Sage (wisdom, wards off the evil eye)
Cloves (for friendship)
Mercury Oil (for open communication)
Comfrey root (for safe traveling)
Deer's Tongue (open communication)

I'm also considering Van Van Oil. What about Master of the Woods, and Master Root? Do you think either would have a place in this job?

I would put the ingredients in with a hair strand from both of us.

Suggestions welcome! Also, does LM ever sell their honey separately? If not, what kind of honey does the shop favor? I had trouble finding herbs and oils geared specifically towards trust, but I think I found many in that list that work trust into their purpose.

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Re: Honey Jar for My Horse

Unread post by Wild at Heart » Wed Feb 08, 2012 5:48 pm

Any suggestions, or opinions? Do all of these seem in alignment with my goal?

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Re: Honey Jar for My Horse

Unread post by Brooke » Thu Feb 09, 2012 2:01 am

Hi Wild At Heart I have often wondered about making a honey jar for my horses as well.

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Unread post by aura » Thu Feb 09, 2012 4:28 am

Hi Wild at Heart,

although nothing prevents you from adding oils to a honey jar, personally I prefer sticking to herbs only in the jar and then using the oil to anoint the candles I burn on top. You could use a white candle on Monday with Tranquility oil, a yellow or orange candle on Wednesday with Mercury oil, a red candle on Tuesday with healing oil (I think you get the picture by now :) ).

On the health angle, you've got the roots covered, but on the friendship angle - I'd add:

2 balm of gilead buds (to make sure any fights you have are gotten over quickly)
althea (its a great soother of spirits)
solomon seal root (helps with wisdom in dealings and it adds yet more health to the mix)

I'd also think twice about putting chaney root or master root in there - personally I've found it them very ''head-strong'' and ''aggressive'' in feel - sarsparilla is a little softer and does much the same thing for physical vigour as the chaney root and like I mentioned above, solomon seal root might be more suited to your goals than master root.

And do make sure you have personal concerns from both you and your equine friend!

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Re: Honey Jar for My Horse

Unread post by Wild at Heart » Thu Feb 09, 2012 2:26 pm

Hey, Brooke! Now we get to find out. :)

Aura: Oh, those are great suggestions! Exactly what I was hoping for when I made this thread. I will make note of those additional herbs, and reconsider the latter mentioned two. I may still get Master of the Wild root, but to test on its own, not for use in this HJ. Thanks also for the suggestions of colors and days, that's much appreciated- it's pretty much the spiritual equivalent of a work out, haha. :D

Thank you.

I think I'll also add borage flowers (calming, tranquility), since I may not be adding the oils to the jar.

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Unread post by aura » Thu Feb 09, 2012 2:42 pm

Borage is a great idea!
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Unread post by MissMichaele » Thu Feb 09, 2012 6:10 pm

Since your beloved horse can't talk, add some jasmine flowers or anise seed so you can understand each other on the psychic level.

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Unread post by Wild at Heart » Thu Feb 09, 2012 10:43 pm

Lovely. We actually already do that naturally (I think it's part of why she responds so well to me), however there's no harm in accentuating that. :) Plus I have been wanting to get jasmine flowers. Thanks!

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Unread post by Miss Bri » Fri Feb 10, 2012 9:49 am

I like the idea of your honey jar but I would also make a two mojo hands to connect myself and my horse-I would place one around her saddle and I would wear the other-especially when working with her.
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Re: Honey Jar for My Horse

Unread post by Wild at Heart » Fri Feb 10, 2012 11:12 am

Hmm, that sounds good, too. I don't use a saddle, but maybe I instead make a charm to link to the mojo, which can then go on her bridle. That way I also wouldn't have to worry about anyone touching or seeing her mojo.

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Help improving the relationship with my horse

Unread post by MelissaA » Sun Sep 23, 2012 8:22 am

Hi, I'm new. :)

I want to improve the relationship, particularly under saddle, between me and my horse.

Background:
I am a "returning rider" -- meaning I've recently returned to riding after many years (nearly all of my adulthood) away. I've owned this horse since 2004, when he was 3. I rode him only a few times, because early on I came off, broke a finger, got very scared, and gave up riding. I eventually rehomed him. Now many years later, he has been returned to me, more mature and much better trained, "coincidentally" right after I began taking lessons again and was planning to buy a horse of my own.

But we have challenges. He is mature and better trained, but he is still a sensitve horse. And I -- the problem in the equation -- am *extremely* reactive and lack confidence. Both of my trainers believe that he and I *will* be a good team; this isn't a poor match. I just have some work to do to fix my issues and be worthy of him.

What I'd like to accomplish:
* I want us to become close partners, mentally and emotionally inseparable
* I want to improve our communication -- I need to really be able to feel what he's doing and about to do
* I want to increase my confidence / decrease my fear
* We need to trust each other implicitly

Methods and ingredients:
My mind jumps automatically to mojo bags and candle work. I'm flexible, though. It doesn't need to be unnecessarily complex. Just effective.

I have two identical centaur pendants that could be turned into talismans. If I put together a mojo bag, I would have hair from both of us -- unfortunately, my hair is only a couple inches long so I can't braid the two together -- and a photo of us together that could be used as personal objects.

Other ingredients (herbs, candles, stones) I could get as needed.

I would really love to hear all of your ideas!

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Re: Help improving the relationship with my horse

Unread post by Brooke » Sun Sep 23, 2012 11:20 am

Hi MelissaA
As a returning rider myself that does not have the confidence I used to I have thought about using crucible of courage on myself but as the only horse I have now is not sound for riding I havent needed to. Horses sense fear very easily and will often try to get the upper hand if they can once they know the rider is nervous. Other products that might be good for your situation could be tranquility this could be used on you and your horse to promote calmeness between the two of you, .

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Re: Help improving the relationship with my horse

Unread post by aura » Sun Sep 23, 2012 12:44 pm

Hi MelissaA & Brooke,

you may want to check out the following thread: honey-jar-for-my-horse-t17993.html
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Re: Help improving the relationship with my horse

Unread post by MelissaA » Sun Sep 23, 2012 2:02 pm

Wow! I love the idea of a honey jar for a horse -- I hadn't even thought of that. At the end of the thread, a mojo was mentioned. I was thinking of doing that too. Has anyone tried it?

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Re: Help improving the relationship with my horse

Unread post by Morrigan 27 » Fri May 24, 2013 10:05 am

Hi MelissA,
I was just looking back at your old post. How is your relationship going with your horse?
I am new here also but a old hat with horses. I showed for years and have 5 horses. I went thought the fear deal but we are 1....I got Cipriana when she was 3 and now
she is 22.

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Help with a feral mare and foal

Unread post by LittleSparrow » Tue Jun 11, 2019 11:13 am

Hey

Someone rescued a mare and foal from slaughter auction and left them at my house. Apparantly they are my horses now.

They are FERAL.

I can barely go in to the stall to clean without getting backed into a corner and kicked.

The mom is missing an eye because apparantly with feral horses at slaughter auctions they tie them down and put out one eye with an ice pick so the horse is easier to sneak up on.

This makes her even more spooky because if she hears noise and can't see it she freaks out.

I've had them for almost two months now, and she does get excited and nickers and comes up to the door when she sees me because she knows I feed her but that's about as far as I've been able to get with her. Considering how upset she was when she came here, that is a big improvement.

The baby is kinda ok, if I got her into a separate stall I would be able to start working with her, but mom is so protective that I cant even start training, because I cant even get in there to separate them without a high risk of injury or death.

I'm coming up to a problem now because the mares feet are starting to get too long and if I have folks rope her and sedate her to trim her feet she will hate people even more and I think that if people had to physically control her like that again, then all hope of getting her to trust people would be lost.

I have hair from both of them.

I really am not in a place to buy herbs and oils, and generally just make do with whatever I find(which has always worked decently enough)

I was thinking about doing honey jars but I've never done one on unnamed animals before and am a little bit intimidated.

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Re: Spells for Help With Horse, Donkey, or Mule

Unread post by Miss Athena » Tue Jun 11, 2019 5:18 pm

Hello LittleSparrow,

Welcome to the Lucky Mojo forum! We are happy to see you here.

I'm sorry you're going through difficulty with these two rescued animals, but I am grateful to hear you are caring for them as best you can.

I've moved your post to the thread on spellwork to help horses, so please read through the post here for advice and ideas. Working with Tranquility and Healing products may be helpful, so consider that as well.

http://www.luckymojo.com/products-tranquility.html
http://www.luckymojo.com/healing.html

I hope this helps. Best of luck to you and those two lovely creatures. Please keep us posted on your success!
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