X
OOPS!
VIEW CART
CONTINUE SHOPPING
X
ADDED!
VIEW CART
CONTINUE SHOPPING
X
OOPS!
MANAGE WISHLISTS
CONTINUE SHOPPING
X
ADDED!
CANCEL
(0)
You Searched For:   Snow
We found 111 spells matching your search words.
Color of the day:  White
Incense of the day:  Hyssop
 

For those of us who live in an area of the world blanketed in snow around this time of year, and even for those of us who feel that occasional rush of bitter cold during the first parts of the year, those moments when sunlight emerges feel like a blissful reconnection to a warmer time of year. To harness a little bit of this solar flare, acquire two pieces of citrine and wait for one of those sublime wintertime moments when you feel the sun reminding you of its imminent return. Focus your ...

SHARE:    /   PRINT
Color of the day:  Ivory
Incense of the day:  Hyssop
 

For this divination you will need a purple votive candle and a bowl of cold water (melted snow or rain if possible). Light the candle, and as it burns, think about a question or issue for which you would like an answer. If you don’t have a specific query, you can ask, What influences are entering my life now? Once the top of the votive candle has accumulated a substantial puddle of wax without spilling over, carefully dump the wax into the water all at once. When it cools, take the wax ...

SHARE:    /   PRINT
Color of the day:  White
Incense of the day:  Clove
 

At this time of year, many people don hats and coats, while others are snow-birding, heading to places where blue skies and azure oceans rule the day. Some revel in the dark days and nights of winter, while others can’t wait to escape the snow and cold. If winter brings on seasonal affective disorder, otherwise known as SAD, and your pocketbook won’t support a vacation, you can easily bring the light of the sun into your life with a daylight bulb. A daylight bulb is different from ...

SHARE:    /   PRINT
Color of the day:  Turquoise
Incense of the day:  Balsam
 

Depending on where you live, the water element might be manifesting itself as rain, snow, or fog at this time of year. Or you might live someplace where water is scarce. But no matter where you are, you can do this simple water magic. If it is precipitating outside in any form, set out a bowl to catch it. Otherwise, just use tap water, which came from the sky and the ground somewhere. Sit in a quiet room and scoop up a little water on your fingertips. Anoint first the top of your head, then ...

SHARE:    /   PRINT
FEATURED SPELL
King Kamehameha was the first monarch to unite the Kingdom of Hawaii. Established in 1871, this holiday remains popular in Hawaii today. Early celebrations included carnivals, fairs, and foot and...
        
Copyright © 2020 - Llewellyn Worldwide, Ltd.