Banish Problems Spell

Banish Problems Spell

By Tara Sutphen

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4 White Candles

set North, East, South & West

 

3 Problems Written on small paper with ink pen

 

1 plate or bowl – add the 3 problems

 

Cover in Salt

 

Chant the Words:

I ask for Divine Intervention, please exonerate me…Release, Release, Release

 

Clap 3x:

To Offer Honor & Love to the Holy Ones

 

Discard the salt & paper into the trash & then extinguish the candles & say outloud the chant “Blessings”

 

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Short Trip to the Blue Mountains NSW in Winter – Part I: Katoomba and Blackheath

Julie Green Art & Photography

Blue Mountains Photography by Julie Green

Vital lives are about action. You can’t feel warmth unless you create it, can’t feel delight until you play, can’t know serendipity unless you risk.”  ― Joan Erickson

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“Wherever you are, be there. If you can be fully present now, you’ll know what it means to live.” ― Steve Goodier

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“Life is full of surprises and serendipity. Being open to unexpected turns in the road is an important part of success.” ― Condoleeza Rice

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I had a most beautiful windy three days in the mountains. It reminded me what I value and love about my life. It also reminded me of the importance of being present, getting out of my comfort zone and keeping active.

How has your week been?

Love,
Julie

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