Friday, April 26, 2013

Using a Magic Wand to Supercharge Your Full Moon Ritual

Using a Magic Wand During Your Full Moon Ritual







Five things you can do with a crystal or wooden wand for a full moon ritual or any healing or magical purpose…

(1) Point it at yourself, or others, for healing.

(2) Create a circle of power and protection around yourself before beginning your moon rituals.

(3) Draw circles, spirals or other symbols into the air in your energy field to raise energy before beginning your moon ritual.

(4) Point it at the ground to reduce and ground the energy you raised during the moon ritual.

(5) Point it at your crystal elixirs and crystal layouts to supercharge them.

The wooden wand and the faerie wands above are wands I made and/or embellished and you’ll see that they actually have crystals glued to them, including a crystal labradorite wand glued to the wooden wand.

Have a great weekend!


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22 comments:

  1. Hey dear. That's really interesting. Your blog is really very cool.

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    1. Thanks, Carlana!! I appreciate that. Have a great weekend!

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  2. I don't really do rituals like this, but I really find this interesting! <3

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  3. Your blog is so nice and colorful. I also love all the swirls and everything. I stopped by from UBC. Have a great day! :-)

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    1. Hi DTaRelle! Thanks so much!! You, too.

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  4. This is fascinating! I do have a daily spiritual practice and ritual. I don't think I could go through a day without it!

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    1. Oh, me, either, Belinda Rose! I know exactly what you mean.

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  5. I haven't tried using a wand before, but these sound like powerful and fun ways to work with energy. Thank you for the great ideas! Hugs and butterflies, ~Teresa~

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    1. Teresa, you could make a butterfly wand!! I'm excited just thinking about what you could do to combine your butterfly work with a wand. Hugs! Have a great weekend!

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  6. Wands are a great focus for your intention - and can add sympathetic magick into the mix of the work - depending on what the wand is made of and the energy it is consecrated with.

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    1. I quite agree, Kelle!! Thanks for your comment!

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  7. What a dreamy idea Jeanine!! I hadn't thought of creating one, but I'm inspired!! Your knowledge amazes me, and I'm always excited to read what magic you've got brewing up. I will be hunting for the perfect branch to create mine! YAY!

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    1. Eyenie, thanks so much!! And that is so exciting! I'm glad you're inspired to create your own wand.

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  8. Love your wands and your suggestions for using them. I've seen them used for casting circles before and grounding energy. I think I'd like to use one to cast spirals into the air.

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    1. Into the air, into your heart, into your food, into your room. The possibilities are endless! Thanks, Leah!!

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  9. What beautiful wands! Fun, quick actionable post!

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  10. What a beautiful wand. This reminds me of my 5-year old and her wand. She's full of intent, magic, focus and letting go. Oh, and she loves the moon and points out when it's full, crescent, etc.

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    1. Thanks, Tracey!! Oh my gosh, that is so precious! My son is full of magic, too, and ancient intuitive wisdom.

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  11. Gorgeous wands! My daughter is all about fairies and magic; my son loves anything in a long stick shape. Maybe we'll try making our own magic wands this summer!

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    1. Thanks, Jessica!! How cool. That would be a great summer project!

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