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Making Decisions About First Steps on a Budget

Unread postby route95 » Thu Jul 29, 2010 8:39 pm

Hello!!

I've been lurking for a while and I noticed that there is normally the recommendation of getting a reading before deciding what spells/steps are most appropriate.

Well my situation that brings me here has left me flat broke (not speaking to partner who was supporting me) and I am weary of spending the money for a reading (well, first I'd have to save up) and THEN waiting longer to save up money to get whatever materials I'd need to do the appropriate work.

Any advice on whether I should just suck it up and slowly accumulate the funds or should i go with 'intuition' and head out on my own? I would absolutely love a reading - if I had a job I would have gotten one, no questions asked - but it just isnt feasible right now.

In a nutshell, my partner and I broke up, complete with me being kicked out of the apt. We were still friendly afterward and were trying to work things out. He still admitted loving me dearly, etc., but literally in the span of a day things did a 180. It's like he hates me now! So I've taken the time to block him and not talk to him, but would like to do some things to ease some sort of reconciliation in the future. Not to mention I still have some stuff in the apartment (one of my favourite dresses)! :p

thanks in advance for any advice. sorry if this posting is a bit long. <3
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Re: Making Decisions About First Steps on a Budget

Unread postby Elveta » Thu Jul 29, 2010 8:55 pm

You get very good information here, but a lot of it suggests that you buy stuff. After all, this site is from LM. I seldom get out of here with out spending some money.
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Re: Making Decisions About First Steps on a Budget

Unread postby Aina » Thu Jul 29, 2010 9:15 pm

I would actually do money drawing work and get a job before even attempting reconciliation.
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Re: Making Decisions About First Steps on a Budget

Unread postby faith2008 » Thu Jul 29, 2010 9:18 pm

I personally would start with some work directed at finding a job and drawing in some money. Then after that is done you can worry about saving the money to get a reading and doing the work needed to be done to reconcil your relationship if the reading says it's possible. And while you are waiting you can always start a honey jar on your ex. There are several threads that you can search that have all the info you need on how to do one and most things you will have right in your home. Since money is tight you can always use olive oil to anoint your candles. Just pray your intent over it. Hope that helps. I'm sure someone more knowledgable will be along to give you more specific advice. While your waiting though you can do a search on money drawing and jobs. I'm sure there are several threads on those topics too. I wish you the best of luck.
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Re: Making Decisions About First Steps on a Budget

Unread postby route95 » Thu Jul 29, 2010 9:22 pm

I would actually do money drawing work and get a job before even attempting reconciliation.


I was thinking about that, but I am not quite sure yet if I am in the right mind to be able to get/handle a job. I haven't applied to a job since the breakup since it took my depression to a new low. However it does make sense to do that.

Thank you :)
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Re: Making Decisions About First Steps on a Budget

Unread postby route95 » Thu Jul 29, 2010 9:24 pm

thank you so much for your suggestions. I will definitely be checking out the threads. I was leaning a bit towards just doing a honey jar while waiting. It sounds like a good thing to get going while I find a job/money :)
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Re: Making Decisions About First Steps on a Budget

Unread postby starsinthesky7 » Thu Jul 29, 2010 9:42 pm

Definitely, do a cleansing first. You can cleanse yourself with eucalyptus, rue, and/or an egg cleansing. You need to cleanse yourself, then next get yourself a job, and some money drawing stuff. BUT I would recommend that you actually start putting your resume out there...start small perhaps a job at the cleaners, temp work, etc. You need to take care of yourself. Then once done with that get a reading, and see if you can move forwards with this reconcilation work. It might be a waste of money in the end to do reconciliation work which would still call for you to get a job.
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Re: Making Decisions About First Steps on a Budget

Unread postby route95 » Fri Jul 30, 2010 11:11 am

Okay I'll do a cleansing tonight or this weekend. It sucks because of this economy that finding a job for someone my age (early 20s) is so hard in this area. And it costs money just to go to interviews! oy *eyeroll*

Recently I've been having very vivid dreams about my ex...since doing a little spellwork here and there... every night. It's about something different each night, whether it's I'm pregnant with his kid or I'm trying to get my stuff back from the apartment...but there is always this general negative overtone. I don't know if it's just because I've been thinking about him constantly and been depressed about the whole thing or perhaps it's some sort of sign?
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Re: Making Decisions About First Steps on a Budget

Unread postby Elveta » Fri Jul 30, 2010 11:26 am

"thank you so much for your suggestions. I will definitely be checking out the threads. I was leaning a bit towards just doing a honey jar while waiting. It sounds like a good thing to get going while I find a job/money."

Doing a honey jar is relatively inexpensive. You would need a love drawing oil and some love drawing herb mix. You will also need a jar of honey and another jar for the honey jar. If you are going to burn your red/pink candles directly on top of the jar, you will need a jar with a metal lid -- not that easy to find. I ended up buying the jars that you use for canning. They don't come in singles, and I had to buy a box of 12.
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Re: Making Decisions About First Steps on a Budget

Unread postby route95 » Fri Jul 30, 2010 3:02 pm

I found an unused jar of molasses in my cupboard with a metal lid! :D I think I'll be starting it tonight after my meditation session. And I sent out my first job app today in months, so at the very least this is raising my spirits overall
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Re: Making Decisions About First Steps on a Budget

Unread postby Aina » Fri Jul 30, 2010 9:30 pm

route95 wrote:Okay I'll do a cleansing tonight or this weekend. It sucks because of this economy that finding a job for someone my age (early 20s) is so hard in this area. And it costs money just to go to interviews! oy *eyeroll


I agree with you there, it's not easy, but even now people land jobs and make money. The competition is stiffer, but you can always get that extra push from LM's Steady Work or Money Drawing and be successful. Don't give up.

You can lose a lot of money chasing men, but you will never lose men chasing money. ;)
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Re: Making Decisions About First Steps on a Budget

Unread postby route95 » Fri Jul 30, 2010 10:07 pm

Good luck! The hunny jar is actually fairly inexpensive, it slow, but you just keep working it


Thanks!! While I really miss him, I am appreciating the time not talking. I am not in too much of a rush, so I think this is a great option. I finally feel 'at peace' with this spell in comparison to the others I've done.

You can lose a lot of money chasing men, but you will never lose men chasing money. ;)


LOL I like the way you think. I did the honey jar tonight and now I'm just concentrating on myself...working out, meditating, and applying to jobs. I think it will suit the situation better when the boy and I start speaking again :) I never liked being dependent on him, anyway =T I like my own money! I miss my days of retail therapy... lol
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Re: Making Decisions About First Steps on a Budget

Unread postby ShadowyEmbrace » Fri Jul 30, 2010 10:16 pm

Well I wouldn't say I'm flat broke but I understand being short on cash. I've found it best to work with your budget and only spend a certain amount (whatever you can actually afford) on products each month.

As far as a reading goes I bought less groceries than I normally do for the week for two weeks and put that money toward the reading.

If you're having money issues in general I'd recommend looking at how you shop for groceries you know the store brands really are just as good as the Name brands. You might not think it but b/c store brands are only a couple dollars less than name brands but I've been doing it you save about 25% On average. And that'll help you in general. I'd also look at how much you spend on recreation and see if you really need to do that crap you know you don't think it but it adds up renting a movie is a lot cheaper than going to the movies. A packed lunch at work saves you waaayyyyy more than going out to lunch everyday. Also all the change you accumulate start putting in a jar and at the end of the month cash it in at a coin star you'd be surprised how much adds up.

But yeah get a job first.
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Re: Making Decisions About First Steps on a Budget

Unread postby route95 » Fri Jul 30, 2010 11:17 pm

Thanks for the suggestions, but sadly I don't do any shopping. After being kicked out I live at home with my parents and I have zero income, zero social life (unfortunately it was dependent on my partner), and I don't really leave the house (because it costs money). So it makes it ridiculously difficult to cut corners in where I spend money since I don't spent it in the first place =X I am ridiculous f**ked when it comes to my financials since I was literally living off another while I was seeking a job so it's a tough situation sadly :(
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Re: Making Decisions About First Steps on a Budget

Unread postby ShadowyEmbrace » Sat Jul 31, 2010 12:16 am

Well regardless, if it was me I'd get the job save, live with your parents until you have three months rent saved from your job. Then I'd move out. Trust me I understand your situation somewhat (although I've never been dependant on a partner) but I understand the feeling of wanting your total freedom to move about the house. I moved out the first time when I was 18 to my brothers which wasn't much better. At 21 I met a girl and moved in with her family in PA (big mistake) got all my money sucked from me ended up breaking it off a month before or wedding do mostly to her moms involvment in our relationship. Came back to my current residence stayed at my moms for about two months and saved my money got an appartment were I lived for four years (which was awsome) rent kept getting higher each year though at contract time and my brother was having financial problems as I was somehow I was talked into moving in with him b/c he'd only charge me a few hundred dollars rent. Almost two years later I'm going out of my mind. My advice is suck it up save until you KNOW you have three months rent for whatever place you are looking at then make your move it won't take as long as you think it will rest assured and think of how much better it'll be having total freedom without worrying about having a guy that you depend on. Just wait it out you'll be better off in the long run.
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Re: Making Decisions About First Steps on a Budget

Unread postby route95 » Sat Jul 31, 2010 8:21 am

Oh I definitely hope I get hired soon soon so I can move put by 2011; this place is bad for my emotional well being lol.

Last night I finally had a positive dream about my ex and I! I felt really comforted and happy from doing the honey jar. I did a clearing before making the jar so I am confident and remaining positive. I hope to have the funds to get a reading soon!

But I'd say the dream is a good sign?
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Re: Making Decisions About First Steps on a Budget

Unread postby catherineyronwode » Mon Aug 02, 2010 11:23 pm

Don't worry about money -- it will come to you.

If you can make anything you can sell it on etsy.

If you have anything left to sell you can sell it on ebay and buy supplies to make things to sell at etsy and ebay.

You can mow lawns. You can babysit. You can go shopping for old folks who can't drive.

Going outdoors does not cost a thing. Walk a mile every day to keep yourself in shape.

Look up community gardens in your area. If there isn't one, try to start one. All the food you want!

Volunteer at an animal shelter. Meet good folks and find a companion animal.
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Re: Making Decisions About First Steps on a Budget

Unread postby barca » Tue Aug 03, 2010 2:11 am

I liked Miss Cat advice a lot!!
Just do it!!
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Re: Making Decisions About First Steps on a Budget

Unread postby route95 » Tue Aug 03, 2010 9:27 pm

barca wrote:I liked Miss Cat advice a lot!!
Just do it!!


Haha if only it were that easy in this area! =) RIght now anything shortterm is unavailable, so I'm stuck doing survey's online. It's better than nothing, but definitely nothing to live on.

I will definitely have to work on getting a job where there's an income of more than up to three bucks per 30 minute survey =P
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Re: Making Decisions About First Steps on a Budget

Unread postby catherineyronwode » Tue Aug 03, 2010 9:53 pm

Getting your energy up, getting out, and FINDING A JOB is free.

You just need to try. Here is a song lyric from my youth:

You Can Make It If You Try
by Gene Allison

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M6NUFE-GYfs

You can make it if you try
You can make it if you try
You can make it if you try
Whoa, yeah
You can make it if you try

Sometime you'll have to cry
Sometime you'll have to lie
You're gonna live until you die
Whoa, yeah
You can make it if you try

If your baby treats you wrong
Don't go around singing the blues
Remember, my friend,
Everybody can't win
Somebody, somebody's got to lose

You can make it if you try
You can make it if you try
You can make it if you try
Whoa, yeah
You can make it if you try

According to Wikipedia, the financial success of "You Can Make it If You Try" allowed Gene Allison to open a 24-hour soul food restaurant called Gene's Drive-In in Nashville.
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Re: Making Decisions About First Steps on a Budget

Unread postby j82 » Tue Aug 03, 2010 10:04 pm

do you have a resume, can you put some look me over powder on it? or spinkle some powdered sugar praying they are sweet and drawn to yours. Id also think a lodestone would help in this case pray daily over it for a new job to meet your requirements and feed it. I love those suckers for drawing work they really work!
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Re: Making Decisions About First Steps on a Budget

Unread postby ShadowyEmbrace » Thu Aug 05, 2010 1:16 pm

j82 wrote:do you have a resume, can you put some look me over powder on it? or spinkle some powdered sugar praying they are sweet and drawn to yours. Id also think a lodestone would help in this case pray daily over it for a new job to meet your requirements and feed it. I love those suckers for drawing work they really work!


Oh didn't know loadestones can draw luck for a job as I'm looking for a part time right now for the school year. Can you just use say a satin jewlery bag and place one in it?
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Re: Making Decisions About First Steps on a Budget

Unread postby Devi Spring » Thu Aug 05, 2010 2:19 pm

Yes, you could carry a lodestone with you in a little bag as a type of mojo bag. However most workers would put it in there with a couple of other items such as herbs or other curios related to what you're doing.

To work with a lodestone you have to bathe it in whiskey or Hoyt's Cologne first, talk to its spirit to get it to work for you (many people will also name it at that point), and then feed it regularly.
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Re: Making Decisions About First Steps on a Budget

Unread postby ShadowyEmbrace » Fri Aug 06, 2010 2:13 pm

jujugiggles wrote:Yes, you could carry a lodestone with you in a little bag as a type of mojo bag. However most workers would put it in there with a couple of other items such as herbs or other curios related to what you're doing.

To work with a lodestone you have to bathe it in whiskey or Hoyt's Cologne first, talk to its spirit to get it to work for you (many people will also name it at that point), and then feed it regularly.


Interesting again LoL. Do you have to put other herbs and what not into it? I'm going to be placing an order into LM soon but I want to only get what I really need, which I'm almost out of honey jar candles and return to me/commanding oil so those three are musts but I am looking for part time work can you give me just one other herb name? Thanks j82 you're the best ;)
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Re: Making Decisions About First Steps on a Budget

Unread postby Devi Spring » Fri Aug 06, 2010 2:37 pm

Gravel root is good when you're looking for a job, as is five-finger grass.
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Re: Making Decisions About First Steps on a Budget

Unread postby Turnsteel » Fri Aug 06, 2010 8:12 pm

jujugiggles wrote:Gravel root is good when you're looking for a job, as is five-finger grass.


And salt, if your going to use Gravel Root I was taught that it should be paired with salt, they are like partners, they work great together for job getting,
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Re: Making Decisions About First Steps on a Budget

Unread postby route95 » Sat Aug 07, 2010 11:49 am

Thanks for the tips. That is really useful. I do have a resume. Too bad they're all submitted electronically bit at least I can do some drawing. I found a place to get candles and LM oils online 4 cheap so I'm excited to get started. I also used my online paid survey money to book s reading for Monday. I realized I want to do so much that I was better off getting advice on where my few bucks are best sent.
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Re: Making Decisions About First Steps on a Budget

Unread postby route95 » Sat Aug 07, 2010 12:00 pm

I have to respectfully disagree. It costs money to go to the interview :( I has to tuen down a job bc it would require moving and I have no money to get a place or car.

I do think it boils down to more than just trying bi know there are millions in this recession who have been trying hard to get a job. So while yes we should put ourselves out there, bit trying alone isn't enough :-P

Perhaps it's the pessimist in me. I've been working my butt off all my life and trying hard only to get beaten down abused ridiculed. I think there is about involved in life than just doing things no mean... Isn't that why we do magic? You can do efforts in the real world but many of us need that extra boost :)

catherineyronwode wrote:Getting your energy up, getting out, and FINDING A JOB is free.

You just need to try. Here is a song lyric from my youth:

You Can Make It If You Try
by Gene Allison

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M6NUFE-GYfs

You can make it if you try
You can make it if you try
You can make it if you try
Whoa, yeah
You can make it if you try

Sometime you'll have to cry
Sometime you'll have to lie
You're gonna live until you die
Whoa, yeah
You can make it if you try

If your baby treats you wrong
Don't go around singing the blues
Remember, my friend,
Everybody can't win
Somebody, somebody's got to lose

You can make it if you try
You can make it if you try
You can make it if you try
Whoa, yeah
You can make it if you try

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Need help with severe financial and career ssues

Unread postby smaj » Sun Aug 08, 2010 3:48 pm

I am from Pakistan and having severe financial and career issues in my life, I am a well qualified person but jobless.

Please guide me -- which spells or products should I use?
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Re: Need help with severe financial and career ssues

Unread postby jwmcclin » Sun Aug 08, 2010 4:19 pm

You can start with a road opening, steady work, crown of success conjure.

Road opener to break through blocked conditions, overcome obstacles, and get off to a strong start found here http://www.luckymojo.com/roadopener.html
Steady Work to get a good job with regular hours and a fair wage found here http://www.luckymojo.com/spell-steady-work.html
Crown of Success to increase personal power and leadership abilities when looking for work found here http://www.luckymojo.com/spell-crown-of-success.html

You may want to start with some cleaning work as well, read here http://www.luckymojo.com/baths.html for options. Personally, I like Van Van.
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Re: Need help with severe financial and career ssues

Unread postby starsinthesky7 » Sun Aug 08, 2010 4:22 pm

I recommend that you do several things. First, it is recommended that you get a reading to get a clear assessment of the situation, and the obstacles that lay in your path of getting job. Next, I would recommend that you do some uncrossing work, which you can purchase, and uncrossing spell kit to cleanse yourself of any crossed, and negative conditions. Then I would recommend a road opener, to remove the obstacles, and clear your path for more opportunities.

Then you can work with some steady work and crown of success products. I would recommend that you purchase the spell kit for this. Or you can have the missionary church light candles for you in the mean time.

http://www.luckymojo.com/uncrossing.html
http://www.luckymojo.com/roadopener.html
http://www.luckymojo.com/steadywork.html
http://www.luckymojo.com/crownofsuccess.html

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Went on Interview

Unread postby candis » Fri Aug 13, 2010 12:38 pm

Hello all,

I went on an interview today which seems like a good opportunity. Before going on the interview I dusted my resume with Crown of Success powder and also I wrote the interviewers name on paper with honey and placed it in my shoe. Don't you know I ended up being late because I could not find the place! Anyway I was very apologetic for my tardiness... The interview went well, he told me that he will make a decision within the next two weeks. My questions is, What can I do to ensure that he calls me back for the job. I was thinking of burning a candle with "I can, you can't", "look me over" on the job description. Do you think this will be sufficient?

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Re: Went on Interview

Unread postby jwmcclin » Fri Aug 13, 2010 1:50 pm

You want to influence the decision positively and you have a business card with the interviewer's name on it... (or a name paper) place on or under a yellow (or green) candle dressed with Crown of Success, Steady Work and Influence (Compelling, Commanding) oils. Go on Internet and see if you can locate the interviewer's picture (which can be more powerful than the name paper). If you work with Saints, ask for help from St. Joseph (found here http://www.luckymojo.com/saintjoseph.html). Good Luck!

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Re: Went on Interview

Unread postby candis » Fri Aug 13, 2010 2:43 pm

Thanks. I didn't get a business card...so I printed out an e-mail he sent me. Also, I had a boss fix candle and I decided to burn that on the e-mail. Is the boss fix ok?)
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Re: Went on Interview

Unread postby starsinthesky7 » Fri Aug 13, 2010 2:48 pm

I think that is fine. I love working with saint joseph for job getting. He is extremely helpful, and will help the best he can. I have definitely been a witness to him getting quite a few people some jobs that they wanted or needed.
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Re: Went on Interview

Unread postby candis » Fri Aug 13, 2010 2:51 pm

starsinthesky7 wrote:I think that is fine. I love working with saint joseph for job getting. He is extremely helpful, and will help the best he can. I have definitely been a witness to him getting quite a few people some jobs that they wanted or needed.

Thanks. I need all the help I can get, so I will say his novena.
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Your Best Advice for making dream job happen

Unread postby Miss Tammie Lee » Sat Aug 14, 2010 8:10 am

Good morning all! I am calling on all members of this great forum for your best suggestions to help.
I am doing some work for someone very special to me who has a life long dream I'd like to see come to fruition -- a dream job.

There are two steps to this process, a basic selection made up of about 10-14 people, and once that hurdle is passed yet another list from which to be chosen. (Think of this like the vetting process used in politics or even the Supreme Court-- or becoming a Senior Partner in a Law Firm.)

There have been a few individuals blocking her way. I have been working on them through a honey jar with good results. We are going on three months.

For the selection process with the competing members AND next the higher group that does the selection here is what I will have from my most recent order to LM arriving shortly:

LM Crown of success (everything--oil, candle, powder, incense,bath crystals.
Boss fix,
Essence of Bend Over (specifically ordered for the panel to choose her),
King Solomon,
Court case,
Tobacco infusion Oil,
Attraction (I ordered this for me but will share),
Dragon's Blood and
Devil's Shoe Strings.

I have many LM supplies already on hand too, so if your idea calls for the need of something else, chances are I do have it already from LM.

I have done a lot of research and already use several of these products, but I'd like your best opinions as to what to do because some great ideas come from the forum!

Before anyone recommends a reading, I have had one and was told 3 weeks, 3 months or 3 years for this person and I trust my AIRR reader, we are in the third month this could be it! :) You may add to this though if you wish.

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SO LET THE GREAT ADVICE BEGIN!! Thanks in advance for any participation with this post.
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Re: Your Best Advice for making dream job happen

Unread postby mysticguy » Sat Aug 14, 2010 1:25 pm

Here is my advise Triple Threat I hope you like and tell me what you think:

Have St. Anthony, St. Expedite and Job or Crown Of Success Candles for a fast miracle in her dream job.

If she is going on a interview: Have her shoes dressed with, Five Finger Grass, High John & Crown Of Success oils, five finger grass in the sole of her shoes...and have her spit a chewing john in room but if not have her wear the oils on a daily basis. Reading psalm 7 (three times)

Give her the Crown Of Success bag which she should put the name of job she is trying to get.

If she knows of the names of people running have her put the names in a freezer if she doesnt know the names put my rivals for my dream job

Bend-over, Just Judge & High John Candles and incenses burned on the people making the decision of who to chose for the job with a dab of honey in the candles to sweeten them up for her
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Re: Your Best Advice for making dream job happen

Unread postby Miss Tammie Lee » Sat Aug 14, 2010 2:37 pm

I LOVE THIS!!!
I was thinking about Saint Anthony just this morning, he is so helpful with Miracles!
I Believe Saint Expedite would be a wonderful help and I will be sure to thank him with Sarah Lee Pound Cake. I have read he loves it. I have not yet petitioned nor prayed to Saint Expedite, I am ashamed to admit.
I have The LM VanVan, High John and Crown of Success (replacement is on the way)
The one thing I do NOT HAVE is the Chew to recommend to her, although it would be like "pulling teeth" to get her to do it anyway.
Psalm 7 three times is a GRAND IDEA!!!
I have John the Conqueror Oil--
Now here is where it gets tricky-- I did not order a LM CSspell kit I ordered everything else; therefore a mojo flannel bag is not included-- I am regreting this now.-I'm thinking linen, it breaths and even if I have to cut up a peace of my clothing to do it!!
She WIll Be knowing the names of those she is competing with so the freezer spell is great!!!!
Bendover was just shipped yesterday, Courtcase and Tobacco as well... Brown candles I'm thinking... (I was going to carve the names of the panel members on them) and surround the LM Crown of Success Vigal-- with a petition under the LM Crown of success Vigal candle.
THANK YOU SO MUCH for taking the time and thinking this through, with such kindness and wisdom in answering my post. I am VERY grateful.
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Re: Your Best Advice for making dream job happen

Unread postby starsinthesky7 » Sat Aug 14, 2010 3:27 pm

I have gotten great results with working with St. Joseph for jobs as well for myself and others.
http://www.luckymojo.com/saintjoseph.html
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Thank u St. Elena! I appreciate your great help.
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Re: Your Best Advice for making dream job happen

Unread postby mysticguy » Sat Aug 14, 2010 3:34 pm

Triplethreat wrote:I LOVE THIS!!!
I was thinking about Saint Anthony just this morning, he is so helpful with Miracles!
I Believe Saint Expedite would be a wonderful help and I will be sure to thank him with Sarah Lee Pound Cake. I have read he loves it. I have not yet petitioned nor prayed to Saint Expedite, I am ashamed to admit.
I have The LM VanVan, High John and Crown of Success (replacement is on the way)
The one thing I do NOT HAVE is the Chew to recommend to her, although it would be like "pulling teeth" to get her to do it anyway.
Psalm 7 three times is a GRAND IDEA!!!
I have John the Conqueror Oil--
Now here is where it gets tricky-- I did not order a LM CSspell kit I ordered everything else; therefore a mojo flannel bag is not included-- I am regreting this now.-I'm thinking linen, it breaths and even if I have to cut up a peace of my clothing to do it!!
She WIll Be knowing the names of those she is competing with so the freezer spell is great!!!!
Bendover was just shipped yesterday, Courtcase and Tobacco as well... Brown candles I'm thinking... (I was going to carve the names of the panel members on them) and surround the LM Crown of Success Vigal-- with a petition under the LM Crown of success Vigal candle.
THANK YOU SO MUCH for taking the time and thinking this through, with such kindness and wisdom in answering my post. I am VERY grateful.



You are welcome and maybe you have time to answer one of my posts that I put on the board earlier if you dont mind titled" Pls Help: return love & move back in" post
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Re: Your Best Advice for making dream job happen

Unread postby Miss Tammie Lee » Sat Aug 14, 2010 3:57 pm

You are fun and witty!!! Ill check it out! :)
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Re: Your Best Advice for making dream job happen

Unread postby Miss Tammie Lee » Sat Aug 14, 2010 5:55 pm

Stars as always.. Thank You.. Brilliant Stars In The Sky.. I was thinking about that today, too. I really like all the recent posts regarding Saint Joseph and his help with the matters of work-- whether for work-- or new work.
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Re: Your Best Advice for making dream job happen

Unread postby ConjureMan Ali » Sat Aug 14, 2010 6:21 pm

Dress a purple candle with Crown of Success and burn that over a petition a name paper with the dream job on there. Keep working the honey jar to help smooth out anyone that is making things difficult and get Road Opening work going to help clear out the paths in order to acheive what you seek.

Road Opening combined with Crown of Success can go a long way to help you acheive what you want.
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Re: Your Best Advice for making dream job happen

Unread postby Miss Tammie Lee » Sat Aug 14, 2010 6:50 pm

Yes indeed Conjure Man and it is a pleasure to have the advice from you regarding the purple candle.
I love purple candles with LM CS and LM JC!!!
Thank you for posting!
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Re: Your Best Advice for making dream job happen

Unread postby Miss Tammie Lee » Sat Aug 14, 2010 8:01 pm

I'll close out for the day with this post. I had in mind what I wanted to do and was looking for some forum thought. I received the blessings of thought and wisdom through all of you who took the valuable time out of the weekend with family, friends, and significant others to share with me your wonderful opinions...again I am very thankful. This post was very important to me. I will have my LM supplies shortly, confirmed, as they are in route. I will begin my continuing/in addition to/ work in a few days. If any of you have any further suggestions, please add. I am greatly appreciative again of your opinions.
Thank you.
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Re: Went on Interview

Unread postby route95 » Sun Aug 15, 2010 3:45 pm

Sending thank you cards after an interview are really good... perhaps you could send one dusted with the appropriate sachet powder(s) of your choice (crown of success, steady work, etc).
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Re: Went on Interview

Unread postby SecretGemini » Sun Aug 15, 2010 4:27 pm

I agree with the thank you card idea. Or sometimes people also go back about a week later and say "I enjoyed meeting with you. I am still very interested in the job and available, here is my business card again". you could dust that card as well.
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Re: Went on Interview

Unread postby Miss Tammie Lee » Sun Aug 15, 2010 4:46 pm

YES A THANK YOU CARD!!!! A thank you cared is a MUST in any job ANY JOB.
Crown of Success LMsachet powder. (dust it) I believe you said you had but if not I'll post the link and do an edit.
Good luck to you!

PS The Job may very well be still available... do not ask this--- this soon...
"Dear Mr. Miss So and so
It was a pleasure meating with you today, or Tuesday ---. whenever...
I was very impressed with company X.Thank you for ther opportunity to become a part of the organization.
I look forward to hearing from you.
Sincerely.

Jane or John Doe
THATS IT 3 sentences no more no less. Hand Written always. Mail by Monday-- TRUST ME

Good luck to you I hope you get the position!! :):):)
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Re: Went on Interview

Unread postby Turnsteel » Sun Aug 15, 2010 4:56 pm

Triplethreat wrote:
PS The Job may very well be still available... do not ask this--- this soon...
"Dear Mr. Miss So and so
It was a pleasure meating with you today, or Tuesday ---. whenever...
I was very impressed with company X.Thank you for ther opportunity to become a part of the organization.
I look forward to hearing from you.
Sincerely.

Jane or John Doe
THATS IT 3 sentences no more no less. Hand Written always. Mail by Monday-- TRUST ME

Good luck to you I hope you get the position!! :):):)


This is very very good advice and I strongly recommend it to anyone looking for a job. Not only is it polite and will make them remember you and think well of you, its a great way to lay a sneaky trick.
God bless you Dr Jose Gregorio Hernandez.
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Re: Went on Interview

Unread postby Miss_Liz » Sun Aug 15, 2010 5:14 pm

That's very good advice for things like office jobs or 'career' jobs, but what about retail or fast food where you have no idea who the interviewer will be, and do you still send thank you notes after those kinds of interviews?
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Re: Went on Interview

Unread postby Miss Tammie Lee » Sun Aug 15, 2010 5:32 pm

I would send a Thank You Card after any interview. Good question and topic. You will have known whom you have met with and every fast food manager, gas station manager, etc will typically have a card. If they don't, (Go prepared to the interview with a pen and something to write on-- (any interview) ask them for their contact info)
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Re: Went on Interview

Unread postby starsinthesky7 » Sun Aug 15, 2010 5:49 pm

I like this idea in general, and I will definitely be passing this along to a client of mine who is currently looking for a job. Such a great way to sneak a trick, and like triplethreat said helps them to remember you.
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Re: Went on Interview

Unread postby Miss_Liz » Sun Aug 15, 2010 6:32 pm

Ok, I'll have to try that. I mixed up my own "get a job" sachet powder by combining Road Opener, Steady Work, Van Van, CofS and a tiny bit of Bewitching so I'll use that and hopefully things will go well soon *crosses fingers*
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Re: Went on Interview

Unread postby starsinthesky7 » Sun Aug 15, 2010 6:52 pm

Look me over is another good one too.
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Re: Went on Interview

Unread postby zee » Mon Aug 16, 2010 3:34 am

Speaking from personal experience: on my interview i dusted and handed extra resumes to the interviewer: these i had dusted with crown of success and boss fix and steady work...dont know if the 3 can be done together or not but those 3 best expressed to me what i wanted out of that situation.
Also i got hired within 24 hours, and in retrospect that was the better of the 2 positions i had applied for in this organization..and my manager whom i had dressed still does almost always what i want :)
Good luck...also i wore a steady work mojo on me when i went for the innterview or applied for positions
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Re: Went on Interview

Unread postby Miss Tammie Lee » Mon Aug 16, 2010 4:05 am

Perfect Combo Zee! Great point out Zee for the interview process. Thank you for sharing the outcome as well-- this will really encourage and help people.
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Re: Making Decisions About First Steps on a Budget

Unread postby catherineyronwode » Mon Aug 16, 2010 3:16 pm

Notice how you twisted my words so that you could deny the truth of what i said. I said "FINDING A JOB IS FREE." You said that going for the interview costs money and brought up moving somewhere else and the recession, and your pessimism.

Pessimism is stopping your success. You think that control of the WILL is not magic? Think about it -- first rule your own mind, then act in accordance with your will. Magic cannot succeed without a captain at the helm of the ship. Your WILL, your desire and focus on causing a certain effect -- is what drives you forward. Passive magic is not magical -- it is just a daydream by another name.

I live in a little town of 2,000 people. I can't get a driver's license 'cause i can't see well enough to qualify. But if i closed Lucky Mojo down tomorrow -- which i am not planning to do, of course -- i know that at the age of 63 i am still strong enough, thank God, to walk to every shop in town and ask if they need help a few hours a week, doing whatever it is that needs to be done. I could sell stuff on ebay. I could mow lawns or serve up pizza or clerk at the video store. I have chickens out back and i could sell the eggs. I have apple trees and plums and persimmons and can can them to eat or to sell. I may have to work 60 hours a week at minimum wage, but every week i can set aside money and then use that money to do what i really want to do, which may be to travel to an interview in another town as you wish, or may be to set up an internet business as i wish.

Like i said, "You can make it if you try." But you have to stop making excuses. Either you are really broke and on the edge, or you are just whining about how much it would cost to travel to get an interview. Stop looking at the negatives. Make your plan, set your sights on it, and ask the Divine Energy of the Universe to bring to you the friends, helpers, opportunities, skills, and above all OPTIMISM to get up and find work. You can make it if you try.

Now, something you said also caught my attention -- you said that "I found a place to get candles and LM oils online 4 cheap." We don't sell "4 cheap." Our handmade conjure oils have a retail price of $6.00 each because we pay the wonderful folks who work here a really good wage. They are worth it, considering the magical skil and conjure training they bring to their work. Every single one of them is a graduate of my course, And next week we are hiring a new worker, Della, and will be training here -- and by the time she is ready to make the oils, she too will be a course graduate and an apprentice, and earning that good wage that means our oils must sell at $6.00 per bottle retail.

The wholesale price on our oils, when purchased in bulk, is $3.00 per bottle (a 50% discount). We make very little, if any, profit on the wholesale sales -- we sell that way to help our friends and associates make money by reselling the products, and because we want to spread the idea of hand-crafted, beautifully designed, spiritually empowered goods around the world.

Our retail associates buy from us at wholesale and sell at retail, and we sell online at the same retail price -- we never undercut them. Blackcat Rootshack, by far our biggest reseller, is online at ebay -- and she charges the same $6.00 per bottle that we do at our online shop. So if someone is selling Lucky Mojo oils significantly under the regular retail price, i sure would wonder how they are doing that.

There are folks on the net who claim to sell our oils, by the way, but they are selling imitations or entirely other brands. If the bottles and candles do not say "Lucky Mojo Curio Co." on them, they are not Lucky Mojo oils. Also, be aware that one fly-by-night ebayer took her USED bottles of our oils and other brands of oils and poured cooking oil into them and sold them as new. We found out about it when one of her customers called us and asked us why the oils "didn't have any scent this time." So be careful, okay?

'Nuff said on that.
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Re: Making Decisions About First Steps on a Budget

Unread postby spiritree41 » Mon Aug 16, 2010 4:32 pm

i will talk to orpheus for you. go to the crossroads and ask papa legba to help you. he will. love and light.
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i need advice to help a friend find a job

Unread postby theusurper » Mon Aug 16, 2010 4:47 pm

this is the situation, i have a friend that don't believe in hoodoo or saints but now he need a job ASAP, i want to help him with the steady work spell i have everything from LM, but because is not for me i want to know if i can do it for him even he doesn't believe. i have in mind to make a doll baby for baths and dress with oil also the steady work spell. my question is how can i do for the applications because is obvious that i can't tell him about what i 'm doing.
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