In the household I grew up in, Yom Kippur (the Day of Atonement in Judaism) meant a day and evening of phone calls where forgiveness was asked for and granted. While the practice can help us improve our relationships with other people, it can be a lot harder to forgive ourselves.
For this spell, gather these items:
Meditate on something you’ve had a hard time forgiving yourself for. On the paper, write:
I forgive myself for _______.
Sign it and fold the paper into thirds. Then fold it again in thirds in the other direction until you have a folded square of nine sections.
Carefully light the paper over your cauldron and drop it inside to burn, saying three times:
Forgiveness and peace, love and release.
Once it has burned out, compost the ashes.