Protection spell
Protection spell

Protection spell

Protection spell our Potion and Spells class has been such a wonderful combination of history botany performance as well as some self-realization. We have made ink from spices and other botanical elements. Have made candles to use in our spells. We have created lip balm from the herbs we grow and gathered. And we have made the materials for ancient spells learned . One of the aspects I didn’t expect in this class was the calming effect of the collective ritual. When doing the spells together, you are participating in a performance and an experience together that is quite unique and sparks the ideas of magic in the world and where that magic comes from.

We prepare the materials needed for the spell, wrapping herbs, and painting the sacred ancient symbols on stones, which are found. While preparing the materials we discuss the ideas of magic and whether it exists and how it exists. One of the aspects about magic we have discussed together is by doing a spell for what they believe can deepen their conviction of their own beliefs. They each have the power to change things by making different choices for themselves.

This spell is a protection spell.

Rosemary is an herb that not only tastes good and is a great antiseptic but it represents remembrance and protection. We made bundles of rosemary to burn. We painted a protection symbol on rocks. The symbol combines the earth, fire, water and air signs within a triangle.
So here are all of our ingredients, a rosemary candle the kids made, the stone with the protection symbol, a rosemary bundle and some salt. Salt is used in spells for protection mainly because it’s used as a preservative which was used to protect people from bacteria in food.
We also had a bowl of water in the center of our circle to douse the flames.

You write who or what they would like to protect on a piece of paper, folded it and placed it under their symbol. They then created a circle of salt around their paper. The kids spontaneously created the designs in the salt which was such a wonderful surprise.
They lit their rosemary bundle in their candles and blew them out. It filled the room with the scent of r
osemary. They doused the rosemary and holding hands in a circle recited this incantation 3 times.

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