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Sunday, January 20, 2008

A Melting Spell

Color of the day: Purple
Incense of the day: Clove

Is there a chill between you and a friend? Are things in your life frozen and you long for a thaw? A winter day in the waning Moon is the time to create warmth from the cold. If there’s snow outside, get about a tablespoonful of it. Otherwise, prepare ice chips from the freezer. As you gather your snow or ice, visualize the thing that is frozen. Set up your altar with a cauldron or other fire-safe container over a flame. The snow or ice is in the cauldron. The flame is not yet lit. Have a fire extinguisher handy. Ground and center. Make a statement of intent; something like, “This is the coldness between Joe and me. This coldness melts away.” Light the fire. Tone or chant, “Warming! Heating! Melting!” or similar words. When the snow is melted, send a final wave of power into the cauldron. Say, “So mote it be!” Allow the water to evaporate.

By: Deborah Lipp

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