Anonymous asked: How do you learn to incorporate magic into your daily life?
You make the effort to do it.
Enchant stuff you use everyday with stuff you need to work on.
Like, enchant your mirror with a spell to help you see/bring out a quality that you think needs to be more prominant in your life.
Enchant your toothbrush with a spell to help public speaking.
Braid confidence spells into your hair and release them as you need them throughout the day.
Or be an idiot like me and physically draw sigils on yourself in sharpie, pen, lipstick, eyeliner, whatever you have available.
Hey y’all, I’ve got a question coming from genuine ignorance, please educate me if you can help. I tried googling it to no avail.
Is there a specific pagan religion that observes the Sabbat (Litha, Imbolc, Beltane, etc.)? Is it open to all pagans regardless of their branch of paganism? Is it a Wiccan thing, or are they more like the pagan versions of the other widespread traditional holidays (Christmas, Easter, etc.), all deriving from different places but commonly observed together?
Prrrobably more widespread? But under different names o’course. I think probably any of the seasonal or harvest holidays can be found-or maybe not found depending on geography. I think it’s pretty safe to say any pagan that’s nature-based or just inclined to could celebrate these without worry, since the seasons and seasonal activity can’t be appropriated. (I hope this helps, I have no idea if it’s coherent. ^^; )
I had a couple of dreams last night that I remember, but I only remember the first one because it manifested itself in the second one as pictures on a camera that I was looking through. I ended up deleting the pictures, but still remembering the dream. Dreams man, so cool.
Prayer to Apollo for protection.
From A Book of Pagan Prayer by Ceisiwr Serith
Your bow’s swift arrows:
are they of blessing or destruction?
Show your blasting face to those who need it.
Show your blessing face to those who deserve it.
Whether beating down mercilessly
or shining benevolently, bring what is right to each, Apollo.
Whether by fighting off enemies
or singing them to peace,
be my protector
and I will always speak sweetly of you