Honey pot spell for peaceful love in 4 ingredients or less

We all have chaotic moments in our relationships that could use some calm and healing. Families no longer speak to each other because of holiday pride and jealousy. Lovers bicker over perspectives too close to the truth leaving their backs turned to each other during the night.

This sweet spell will transform your empty honey jar in order to heal, calm and balance any love turned sour.

As an intuitive, there are no measurements or precise doctrine to follow my castings. Simply following my energy and using what resources I have keeps my magic deliciously powerful. So, with that being said, at minimum you need a jar preferably a honey one with just a bit of honey left to keep the bonds you want to mend intact, oats for properties of healing, a piece of paper to enclose your intentions for your love to heal and finally a candle of your choice, but this is not required if you don’t feel comfortable using the fire element to heal or invoke peace.

honey pot spell for love and peace

Honey is a major aspect of my go-to-goddess, Oshun. In some forms of Hoodoo and folk magic, honey is used to sweeten someone’s feelings towards you. I also believe that using honey regularly by drinking it in your tea or adding it to an organic facial mask will adjust your own energy to ride the spirit of being sweet.

honey pot spell for love and peace

The concept of this jar is to add healing to all layers of your relationship. I love mixing and mingling metaphysics into my craft and so I used more than just honey, oats and some spectacular flare. I’ve added rose water (love), sage essential oil (spirit/spiritual connections), rosemary (better communication), meadowsweet ( to relieve disharmony and tensions), lavender (intuitive connections to body, mind and soul), calendula (protection from any harm or mischief). In addition to the herbs and oils, I’ve added rose quartz crystals to represent both parties, aquamarine crystal for peace and soothing resentment, blue lace agate crystal for balancing roles and improving communication, topaz and herkimer diamond crystals for connections and astral fortitude.

You can blend your ingredients how you would like, don’t let me fool you. Following your intuition is the best solution and often times the most adventuresome.

honey pot spell for love and peace

Once you’ve added your love note inside and layered the jar with your ingredients. Adding the candle on top is like a birthday cake. For me, I used one of my own handmade intention candles for protection as I wanted to ensure that my intentions for authentic peace will not be tampered with or destroyed.

Casting this honey pot spell when I did was divine timing. My self was bruised because I allowed my confidence and initiative to get the best of me. Losing sight of all boundaries and forgetting my place. Emotions drove me to heal what was hurting and rectify a relentless hope that love conquers all. We all have THOSE moments and may ebb to the flow differently. For some the path to a peaceful relationship may not be in the workings of a quick spell, but in the pure intent to be peace.

I shall keep this jar on my altar for safe keeping. Within a few hours of lighting my candle-topped honey pot, my relationship rose to some heartfelt apologies and understandings. The stubborn brambles of the ego were pruned away and I am happy to say not all is lost.

Just resting in boundless peace.

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Coloring souls for awareness + how we can help support anxiety and depression prevention

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After writing my little post about the colors of depression, it occurred to me that I left you hanging and wanting to save the world!

Great, I know how to see depression in color, but how can I help others survive from it?

There’s so much a color reader can do and painting your face with happy colors and sunshine isn’t going to cut it. Anxiety and depression dwells from within and it takes leading technology and medical innovation to understand it at great lengths. And all this is practically possible (putting on my capricorn hat) through money. Therefore, I will focus donating half of my color sales now until August 31, 2014 to the  Anxiety and Depression Association of America because there is always strength in numbers and keeping advocacy alive arouses my chakras.

I am bound by love to support courageously

All of my colors readings are eligible for the fifty percent donation but I equally understand that budgeting your finances might be super tight especially since we are in the middle of the month so I created a special color-me-thon reading that you can purchase to win over your commitment in stress-related prevention.

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For the social lights

Maybe you have huge friend circle and would like to support in getting the word out? Then feel free to use these social prompts to talk about the Color-Me-Thon.

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I support the COLOR-ME-THON and my soul loves it! Yours will too! via

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Got stress? Get a color reading. 1/2 of price going to and awareness.

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My friend, Bernard Charles is donating half of his color reading sales now until the end of the month for anxiety and depression prevention. Go see it what’s happening  

Cool! I just ordered my $10 SPECIAL color awareness reading by Bernard Charles because I support anxiety + depression prevention.  

What does overcoming depression mean to me? (INSERT YOUR ANSWER) You should check out Bernard Charles, a colorful intuitive that’s helping to raise awareness for depression and anxiety. 

 

5 colors of depression, grief and loss

I was struck with such an unmoveable weight in my heart last night when I saw  text messages sent by the most beloved people in my life telling me that Robin Williams passed away.

The Monday blues continued to whisk me further into a pit of despair and I cried relentlessly using up the last of the toilet paper I had stashed away under my bed.

I’ll tell you why…

Sunday was my day off from work and I celebrated my hometown’s gay pridefest with hummingbird. We were awestruck by the flow. It was pure joy to just be but I grew more sad as the day came to a close.

Everytime I feel free and happy, I must return to the mundane energy that the straight world imposes on the gay creature.

I get depressed and don’t want to speak to anyone when I feel homesick. That’s me.

Well, for the sake of simplicity I felt out some colors that I believe will help capitulate the senses when it comes to grief, loss and depression.

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Probably the most obvious colors of this sullen force are black and gray. This combination often sets off a piece of artwork to appear dismal like bad weather and death. However more profoundly, I find that black is more so used in protection. At the pridefest, I’ve seen lots of attire consisting of black and this accent color seems to intensify the full spectrum of color in the rainbow in addition to making sure we ‘happy’ people are protected or closely grounded in shadows so that our natural light is not compromised.

How else are we to understand the light without the dark?

Gray matter is a secondary element to understanding grief in all forms because somehow we attach memories and forgetfulness to loneliness. When I am in a depressed state, I am unable to recall or have a harder time remembering the feelings of happiness or joy that someone or some event has allowed me to experience prior to the melancholy. Getting swept up by regrets and stagnancy places your soul in a ghostland. This in-between limbo feeling causes confusion and befuddles the best of us.

Rose red is related to your root chakra and thus speaks about intimacy and specifically lack thereof. For many, we yearn for an intimate understanding of our self and feel hopeless when we look outside to only discover that a majority of people and situations are absent of the treasure to which our soul seeks. I believe intuitively that rose red can stimulate the best parts of the root chakra but will depend on an individual’s own aura to gauge the proper color balance. Red fundamentally will relate to karmic pain as well as suicide.

URGENT: If you do feel depressed, lost and having an urge to be saved please take the time to chat with someone.

Purple is quite an independent color and it’s  found at your third eye chakra. Naturally our third eye reminds us of our inner world and how we see or envision our dreams. The darker hues of purple and violet match depression because we fall into a spell of withdrawal. Hermiting from our present moments to be slaves to our subconscious fears…alone. I advise using purple generally to establish fortitude with boundaries against energy vampires, but when your energetic circuit is compromised by depression or grief, this color can inadvertently build up mental blocks stronger than any tool can chisel away at. Be mindful when playing with self-sufficiency and the color purple as you may find your relationships with others distant and reserved.

The murkiness hidden within ivy green is an earth bound resentment for the soul linked to the heart chakra. In England it was believed that if ivy did not grow on a tombstone then the soul in the afterlife was unhappy. I believe this color green is symbolic of the growth of negativity that depression and other dis-eases bring to our energetic bodies and spaces. Vines of any sort can appear as a nuisance for most and may cause damage if the growth is not removed. The energy ensnares our freedom to escape.  Ivy in a metaphysical capacity reminds us how the soul wanders through time and space in search for enlightenment.  I actually own an ivy plant and it loves to grow toward the light but stay in the shadows of my windowsill. Much like a victim of depression this is true and the soul that dwells inside this earthly form may never be truly satisfied in this lifetime as it craves heart-based desires too foreign for this day and age.

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I’ll be honest, I don’t have the cure for your souls grief, firefly but I do try my hardest to paint the picture better to help you understand visually, emotionally and spiritually what your karmic commitments might be. So please if you are feeling down don’t let it bind you from living an extraordinary life you are destined to love. Sending you lots of well wishes and may you find peace with your shadowside. I am right alongside you and if you need some cheering support find me over on Facebook or Instagram, I would be honored to welcome your soul to my sacred space.