866 Wealth Spells from Spell Casters
- Winternyt Prosperity Spell
- Enchant a Laser Pen
- Bills to Pay
- Genie in a Bottle
- Purple Light Spell
- Abundancy Summer Wreath
- Bowynn Garland of Blessed Abundance
- Abundance Balm
- How to Meditate
- Dionysus Abundance
#441 - Winternyt Prosperity Spell
''Winternyt o' joyous night,
I fill this candle to burn so bright.
Let joy and harmony fill our life
From this hour to next Winternyt.''
Place the candle on a special place in your celebration area or on your altar. Now take time to meditate on the holiday and all the joys and happiness it can bring. Dwell not on the negative. When ready light the candle and say:
''Winter winds blow this night,
show us your power and might.
Starry sky glow and shine,
Make the moon luminous everthine.
Winter Oldman, as you travel on your way,
Pass not my house before winterday.
Knock on my floor and leave your sign,
Letting me know prosperity is mine.
Mother Moon bless my home,
as through the sky you roam.
Lady Winter bring your gifts onto me,
My family, my friends for all to see.
Bring joy and happiness, laughter to me,
New friends, new loves and new family.
And if these gifts are not for me to own
Give them to someone who I know.
Silver and gold, drink and food
Deliver to me all that's good.
This I pray on the Winternyt
With my heart, with all my might.''
Let the candle burn completely out on its own. Now go and celebrate the holiday.
Great Winternyt to all!
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#442 - Enchant a Laser Pen
Open your circle and place your laser pointer in the center of the room, then say something that would be considered an incantation, this must come from heart, I will give an example(this specific example will enchant the pointer with the element of water, it's good to charge objects like laser pointers before an elemental ritual etc.)
"Elements of water, I call upon you to infuse your magick into the comfort of this material object, to bring it great advantages. I ask permission from a majority of the great goddesses, Fae, Atremis, Demeter, Cerridwen, Freya. Allow me to bless the object before me with this element I have chosen, water. It is my will, so mote it be."
Note: Your incantation must always end with "So mote it be." and if you are in a group have the people you are with say "So mote it be" as well.
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#443 - Bills to Pay
Chant: "Money money come to me, come and help set me free, of this bill I have to pay, for it is due on this day. (say the day it is due). Come and set my mind at ease, and with that said, I do say please. Thank You Juno Moneta".
Light the candle and gently wave money in the amount of the bill over top the flame as you recite. Not to close you don't want to lose money. Let the candle burn 15 minutes then blow it out. Do this for 3 days.
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#444 - Genie in a Bottle
2) Wrap it in tissue or wrapping paper. (I used a piece of purple plastic that is used for wrapping flowers) Then, tie it with a ribbon (optional) of your choice.
3) While holding it above your head, chant:
''King/queen of the genies, here my plea,
Grant me wishes, a little more than three.''
4) Stare into the container of genie sugar you've made. Then, say this in your head (or out loud):
''King/queen of the genies, here my request,
Please grant me (amount of wishes), if that's best.''
5) Hide the Genie bottle you made in a safe, private place. Pray for your wishes every morning, noon, and night. On the third day, your genie sugar will turn into your genie
If it works, let me know.
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#445 - Purple Light Spell
As you light the candle, repeat:
''This light is burning to help me gain and achieve (wish).
It's protest is small but holds great power.
For only it can push this power up into the Loving Hands of the Goddess.
I am, like this candle, small, but my intentions and ambitions are big,
and with perseverance, I will get there.
Goddess, help me achieve this. So mote it be''
Focus your energy on the flame. Think of all your ambitions and dreams. Imagine
the flame being pushed up into the hands of the Goddess. Visualize the Goddess
receiving all your energy. Imagine you can see your energy being pulled into the
flame. As your energy is soaked into the flame, imagine it turning purple. The
more energy soaked in the deeper and stronger the purple gets. Imagine a long
purple ribbon flowing out of the flame and into the hands of the Goddess.
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#446 - Abundancy Summer Wreath
Set up your altar outside and have it face the east where the sun comes up. Invoke the gods of your faith that deal with abundance and summer. Give first prayers and your offering.
Hold your hand other the wheat stalks and empower them with golden abundant light and energy and say the following chant 3 times:
''God/Goddess of summer magic, help me bless these reeds,
God/Goddess of abundant life, help me bless these reeds.''
Light the candle. and speak 9 times over it:
''Abundant light bring your might
Energy radiant with abundant sight''
Gather long wheat shafts to braid with the gold or yellow candle. (you may fave to soak the wheat shafts some if they are too brittle and will break when you weave them.)
Braid the grass as you speak this verse:
''Summer fairies prancing in the meadow,
Spirits in the corn wheat;
Green Man is flourishing everywhere
On this summer sunrise morn.
Grains begin to ripen,
All things bear fruit.
Summer glistens with possibility,
Blossoms take root.
Fairies whisper secrets,
Powerful blessings to see.
Cycles move and all around,
they share their gifts with me.
Air to fire, Fire to water,
Water to earth, Earth to air.
Elements feed spirit,
And the circle glows.
At Summer, day and night,
We witness Nature's awesome might.
Growing full And blessing all,
'Tis Earth's celebration Before the chill of fall.
Now braiding this grass,
I mark this day Protect my hearth,
With the abundance of grain.
The blessings of the Goddess come again;
Place the braid above my door.
Hunger be banished now and then.
Blessings be drawn to this place,
Summer's energy fill this space.
Air, fire, water, earth unite,
And bless us all this day.''
When done braiding the wheat, decorate it as you want and hang it somewhere in your house or on the front door to invite abundance into your home.
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#447 - Bowynn Garland of Blessed Abundance
Give your first prayers and then offerings as you wish.
Lay the branchs of apple upon your altar and light the three green candles in front of it. Hold your hands over the branches and speak the following:
''Goddess of the sweet orchard I ask of thee
may that which I craft here bring abundance to me.
Blessing to the home that this bough hang within.
Bless those that pass under it and reside within.''
As you gaze at the branch and the candles send into the branches and apples green energy of abundance. Think of all the positive aspects of your life. Visualize these blessings as blossoms on an apple tree. Feel the warm abundance energy from the candle flames illuminating your life. See the branch's blossoms as proof that life's abundance is always renewing itself. See the apples as the fruit to nurture abundance in your life.
Now take the apples and cut them up into disks and poke two holes in the center. Use the green and and yellow ribbon and start tie together the branches so you get a nice long garland, long enough to decorate the main archway of your house. As you do chant or sing the following:
''Baul O aead ad Alaway nod urst.
Baul O aead tau bront em jerst.''
(This is a bowynn traditional hymn. If you are uncomfortable with it, feel free to substitute it with something of your liking)
Now use more ribbon to attach the apple disks and decorate the garland.
When done take the garland up in your hands and say:
''To the gods and goddess of my love
I offer to thee that garland
And hang it from a place of honor above.
I bless and sanctify the garland gifts
and may those that pass under it
this bough their hearts do lift.''
Hang the garland ritually in the main archway of your home or inside your front door. Then hang the small toys and/or prayer ties to it. Leave the garland up as long as you can. When totally dead and dried out, take the garland down and either burn it or bury it.
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#448 - Abundance Balm
First off remember that abundance is not just financial. Abundance covers a huge range of aspects; food, friends, family, objects and even an plethora of emotions if one thinks of it.
Assuming your are working this at your altar, set up your altar as you see fit and invoke the gods of your pantheon. Perform first prayers and gift your offerings. (If you are doing this at a kitchen counter or table, you may wish to cleanse and sanctify the area first and then still call your your gods.)
Add all the ingredients above in the glass bowl and with your magical spoon mix vibrantly until well mixed evenly. Remember to stir clockwise for increase and positive energy. As you are stirring chant the following as often as you need to:
"Gods of my forefathers and myself,
To thee I call and ask of you;
No more to chance is my life,
I evoke and beseech this of the gods
The power of abundance now come to me!"
Visualize your needs being met and send the green energy through your hands, through the spoon and into your mixture.
When done place the mixture in the small jar and close it tight. Place in a cool dry place for a day or so. Use this cream on areas of chakra points
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#449 - How to Meditate
Prepare to Meditate (Part 1 of 3)
1. Choose a peaceful environment. Meditation should be practiced somewhere calming and peaceful. This will enable you to focus exclusively on the task at hand and avoid bombarding your mind with outside stimuli. Try to find somewhere that you will not be interrupted for the duration of your meditation - whether it's five minutes or half an hour. The space does not need to be very large - a walk-in closet or even your office can be used for meditation, as long as it's somewhere private. •For those new to meditation, it's especially important to avoid any external distractions. Turn off TV sets, the phone or other noisy appliances. If you play music, choose calm, repetitive and gentle tunes, so as not to break your concentration. Another option is to turn on a small water fountain - the sound of running water can be extremely calming.
•Understand that the meditation space does not need to be completely silent, so there should be no need to reach for the earplugs. The sound of a lawnmower running or the dog barking next door shouldn't prevent effective meditation. In fact, being aware of these noises but not letting them dominate your thoughts is an important component of successful meditation.
•Meditating outside works for many meditators. As long as you don't sit near a busy roadway or another source of loud noise, you can find peace under a tree or sitting upon some lush grass in a favorite corner of the garden
2. Wear comfortable clothes. One of the major goals of meditation is to calm the mind and block out external factors - however, this can be difficult if you feel physically uncomfortable due to tight or restrictive clothing. Try to wear loose clothing during meditation practice and make sure to remove your shoes. •Wear a sweater or cardigan if you plan on meditating someplace cool. If you don't, the sensation of being cold will consume your thoughts and you will be tempted to cut your practice short.
•If you are in the office, or somewhere that you can't easily change your clothes, do your best to make yourself as comfortable as possible. Take off your shoes and jacket, open the collar of your shirt or blouse and remove your belt.
3. Decide how long you want to meditate for. Before you begin, you should decide how long you are going to meditate for. While many seasoned meditators recommend twenty minute sessions twice a day, beginners can start out doing as little as five minutes, once a day. •You should also try to meditate at the same time each day - whether it's 15 minutes first thing in the morning, or 5 minutes on your lunch hour. Whatever time you choose, try to make meditation an unshakable part of your daily routine.
•Once you have decided on a time frame, try to stick to it. Don't just give up because you feel like it isn't working - it will take time and practice to achieve successful meditation - right now, the most important thing is to keep trying.
•Although you will want to keep track of your meditation time, it is not beneficial to be constantly checking your watch. Think about setting a gentle alarm to alert you when your practice is up, or time your practice to end with a certain event - such as your partner getting out of bed, or the sun hitting a certain spot on the wall.
4. Stretch out. Meditation involves sitting in one spot for a certain period of time, so it is important to minimize any tension or tightness before you begin. Doing a couple of minutes of light stretching can really help to loosen you up and prepare both your body and mind for meditation. It will also prevent you from focusing on any sore spots instead of relaxing your mind. •Remember to stretch your neck and shoulders, especially if you've been sitting in front of a computer, and don't forget your lower back. Stretching out your legs, particularly those on the inner thigh, can be helpful when meditating in the lotus position.
•More information on specific stretching techniques can be found here.
5. Sit in a comfortable position. As stated above, it is very important that you are comfortable while you meditate, which is why finding the best position for you is essential. Traditionally, meditation is practiced by sitting on a cushion on the ground, in a lotus, or half-lotus position. Unless your legs, hips, and low back are very flexible, lotus postures tend to bow your low back and prevent you from balancing your torso around your spine. Choose a posture that allows you to be balanced tall and straight. •However, you can also sit without crossing your legs, on a cushion, chair, or meditation bench. Your pelvis needs to be tilted forwards enough for your spine to be centered over the two bony bits in your butt, the spots that bear your weight. To tilt your pelvis into the right position, sit on the forward edge of a thick cushion, or place something about 3 or 4 inches thick under the back legs of a chair. Meditation benches are usually built with a tilted seat. If not, put something under it to tilt it forward between a half inch and an inch.
•The most important thing is that you are comfortable, relaxed, and your torso is balanced so that your spine supports all of your weight from the waist up.
•Tilt your pelvis forward. Then, starting from your bottom, stack up the vertebrae in your spine, so that they are balanced one on top of another and support the whole weight of your torso, neck, and head. It requires practice to find the position that allows you to relax your whole torso almost completely, only slight effort being used to maintain your balance. Whenever you feel tension, relax the area. If you can't relax it without slumping, check the alignment of your posture and seek to re-balance your torso so that area can relax.
•The traditional hand placement involves resting your hands in your lap, palms facing upward, with your right hand on top of your left. However, your can also just rest your hands on your knees or leave them hanging down by your side - whichever you prefer.
6. Close your eyes. Meditation can be performed with the eyes open or closed, however as a beginner it may be best to first try meditating with your eyes closed. This will block out any external visual stimulation and prevent you from becoming distracted as you focus on calming your mind. •Once you have grown accustomed to meditation, you can try practicing with your eyes open. This can be helpful if you find you are either falling asleep or concentrating too hard with your eyes closed, or if you are experiencing disturbing mental images (which happens to a small proportion of people).
•When your keep your eyes open, you will need to keep them "soft" - that is, not focused on anything in particular. However, you don't want to go into a trance-like state either - the goal is to feel relaxed but alert.
Meditation Practices (Part 2 of 3)
1. Follow your breathing. The most basic and universal of all meditation techniques, breathing meditation is a great place to start your practice. Pick a spot above your navel and focus on that spot with your mind. Become aware of the rising and falling of your abdomen as you breathe in and out. Don't make a conscious effort to change your breathing patterns, just breathe normally. •Try to focus on your breathing and only your breathing. Don't think about your breathing or pass any sort of judgment of it (e.g. that breath was shorter than the last one), just attempt to know it and be aware of it.
•Some mental images which might help you include: imagining a coin sitting on the spot above your navel, rising and falling with your breath; imagining a buoy floating in the ocean, bobbing up and down with the swell and lull of your breathing; or imagining a lotus flower sitting in your belly, unfurling its petals with every intake of breath.
•Don't worry if your mind starts to wander - you are a beginner and, like anything, becoming good at meditation takes practice. Just make an effort to refocus your mind on your breathing and try to think of nothing else. Drown out the chatter and attempt to clear your mind.
2. Repeat a mantra. Mantra meditation is another common form of meditation, which involves repeating a mantra (a sound, word or phrase) over and over, until you silence the mind and enter a deep meditative state. The mantra can be anything you choose, as long as it is easy to remember. •Some good mantras to start out with include words like one, peace, calm, tranquil, and silence. If you want to use more traditional mantras, you can use the word "Hum" which means "I am" in Sanskrit, or the phrase "Sat, Chit, Ananda" which means "Existence, Consciousness, Bliss".
•In Sanskrit, the word mantra means "instrument of the mind". The mantra is an instrument which creates vibrations in the mind, allowing you to disconnect from your thoughts and enter a deeper state of consciousness.
•Silently repeat the mantra over and over to yourself as you meditate, allowing the word or phrase to whisper through your mind. Don't worry if your mind wanders off, just refocus your attention and return to repeating the word.
•As you enter a deeper level of awareness and consciousness, it may become unnecessary to continue repeating the mantra.
3. Concentrate on a simple visual object. In a similar way to using a mantra, you can use a simple visual object to fill your mind and allow you to reach a level of deeper consciousness. This is a form of open-eye meditation, which many people find easier when they have something to focus their gaze on. •The visual object can be anything you wish, though many people find the flame of a lit candle particularly pleasant. Other possible objects include crystals, flowers, and pictures or statues of divine beings, such as the Buddha.
•Place the object at eye level, so you don't need to strain your head and neck to view it. Gaze at it and nothing else, until your peripheral vision starts to dim and the object consumes your vision.
•Once you are focused entirely on the object, with no other stimuli reaching your brain, you should feel a sense of profound serenity.[
4. Practice visualization. Visualization is another popular meditation technique, which involves creating a peaceful place in your mind and exploring it, until you reach a state of complete calm. The place can be anywhere you like - however, it should not be entirely real, it should be unique and personalized for you. •The place you visualize could be a warm, sandy beach, a flower-filled meadow, a quiet forest or even a comfortable sitting room with a roaring fire. Whatever place you choose, allow it to be your sanctuary.
•Once you have entered your sanctuary, allow yourself to explore. There's no need to "create" your surroundings, they are already there. Allow them to come to the forefront of your mind.
•Take in the sights, sounds and scents of your surroundings - feel the fresh breeze against your face, or the heat of the flames warming your body. Enjoy the space for as long as you wish, allowing it to naturally expand and become more tangible. When you are ready to leave, take a few deep breaths, then open your eyes.
•Know that you can come back to this same place the next time you meditate to visualization, or you can simply create a new space. Any space you create will be unique to you and a reflection of your individual personality.[
5. Do a body scan. Doing a body scan involves focusing on each individual body part in turn and consciously relaxing it. It is a simple meditation technique which allows you to relax the mind as you relax the body. •Close your eyes and pick a starting point on your body, usually the toes. Concentrate on whatever sensations you can feel in your toes, and make a conscious effort to relax any contracted muscles and release any tension or tightness. Once the toes are fully relaxed, move on to your feet and repeat the relaxation process.
•Continue along your body, moving upwards from your feet to your calves, knees, thighs, buttocks, hips, abdomen, chest, back, shoulders, arms, hands, fingers, neck, face, ears and top of your head. Take as long as you want.
•Once you have completed the relaxation of each individual body part, focus on your body as a whole and enjoy the sensation of calmness and looseness you have achieved. Focus on your breathing for several minutes before coming out of your meditation practice.[
6. Try heart chakra meditation. The heart chakra is one of seven chakras, or energy centers, located within the body. The heart chakra is located in the center of the chest and is associated with love, compassion, peace and acceptance. Heart chakra meditation involves getting in touch with these feelings and sending them out into the world. •To begin, close your eyes and rub the palms of your hands together to create warmth and energy. Then, place your right hand on the center of your chest, over your heart chakra, and place the left hand on top.
•Take a deep breath and as you exhale, say the word "yum", which is the vibration associated with the heart chakra. As you do this, imagine a glowing green energy radiating from your chest and into your palms.
•This green energy is love, life and whatever other positive emotions you are feeling at that moment. When you are ready, take your hands from your chest and allow the energy to escape from your palms, sending your love to your loved ones and the world.[
Try walking meditation. Walking meditation is alternate form of meditation which involves observing the movement of the feet and becoming aware of your body's connection to the earth. If you plan on performing long, seated meditation sessions, it is a good idea to break them up up with some walking meditation. •Choose a quiet location to practice your walking meditation, with as few distractions as possible. The space doesn't need to be very large, but you should be able to walk at least seven paces in a straight line before needing to turn around. Remove your shoes, if possible.
•Holding your head up with your gaze directed straight ahead, and your hands clasped together in front of you, take a slow, deliberate step with your right foot. Forget about any sensations or feelings in the foot and try to concentrate on the movement itself. After taking the first step, stop for a moment before taking the next. Only one foot should be moving at any given time.
•When you reach the end of your walking path, stop completely, with your feet together. Then, pivot on the right foot and turn around. Continue walking in the opposite direction, using the same slow, deliberate movements as before.
•While practicing walking meditation, try to focus on the movement of the feet and nothing else, in the same way that you focus on the rising and falling of your breath during breathing meditation. Try to clear your mind and become aware of the connection between your foot and the earth below.
Meditation in Everyday Life (Part 3 of 3)
1. Practice mindfulness in your everyday life. Meditation doesn't have to be limited to strictly defined practice sessions, you can also practice mindfulness throughout your day to day life. •For example, in moments of stress, try to take a few seconds to focus solely on your breathing and empty your mind of any negative thoughts or emotions.
•You can also practice mindfulness while you eat, becoming aware of the food and of the sensations you experience as you eat.
•No matter what actions you perform in your day to day life, whether it's sitting at a computer or sweeping the floor, try to become more aware of your body's movements and how you feel in the present moment. This is living mindfully.
2. Follow a healthy lifestyle. A healthy lifestyle can contribute to more effective and beneficial meditation, so try to eat healthily, exercise and get enough sleep. You should also avoid watching too much television, or drinking or smoking before meditation, as these activities can numb the mind and prevent you from achieving the level of concentration necessary for successful meditation.
3. Read spiritual books. Though not for everyone, some people find that reading spiritual books and sacred writings can help them to further understand meditation and inspire them to strive for inner peace and spiritual understanding. •Some good books to start with include A Profound Mind: Cultivating Wisdom in Everyday Life by the Dalai Lama, The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle, The Nature of Personal Reality by Jane Roberts, and One-Minute Mindfulness by Donald Altman.
•If you wish, you can pick out any nuggets of wisdom that resonate with you from any spiritual or sacred texts and reflect on them during your next meditation session.
4. Take a guided meditation class. If you are unsure about where to begin when it comes to meditating at home, it may be a good idea to take a guided meditation class with an experienced teacher first. •Meditation classes exist for most types of meditation, but you could also try going on a spiritual retreat where you will get a chance to sample different types of meditation and find out what works best for you.
5. Try to meditate at the same time every day. It is important that you make an effort to do your meditation practice at the same time each day. This way, the meditation will quickly become a part of your everyday routine and you will feel its benefits much more profoundly. •Early in the morning is a good time to meditate, before your mind becomes consumed with the stresses and worries of the day.
•It is not a good idea to meditate directly after eating though, as you may feel uncomfortable and this will interfere with your concentration.
6. Understand that meditation is a journey. The purpose of meditation is to calm the mind, achieve inner peace and, eventually, reach a higher spiritual dimension, often referred to simply as being. •However, it is important to realize that it may take years of practice to achieve the level of awareness or higher consciousness experienced by yogis and monks. This does not matter.
•Meditation is a journey, akin to climbing a mountain, where every step along the path of enlightenment brings you closer to the summit.
•When starting off, you shouldn't be too concerned with the quality of the meditation itself. As long as you feel calmer, happier and more at peace at the end of your practice, you will know that your meditation was successful
•It is easy to lose track of time while meditating. Being concerned about time can be distracting to meditation. Some people find it liberating to set a timer and let it be concerned about how long you have to meditate. Choose a gentle timer. If it is too jarring, the anticipation of the alarm can be distracting.
•The benefits of meditation can be experienced long before the practitioner has been successful in maintaining focus or clearing the mind, simply as a result of the practice.
•If you want to meditate, and feel exhausted, tired, sore, or anything, even just unrelaxed, to the point where you try but don't succeed, try doing something relaxing. A walk, or run, then a shower or a bath. As all will relieve stress. Then go back, and try again.
•Some benefits of meditation that are less observable for most people include: falling asleep more easily, more ease in fighting addictions, altered states of mind (which are most prominent in people who have spent over 1,000 hours meditating such as Buddhist monks).
•Don't allow your inner voice to creep in through the back door of your mind. Observe it, but don't associate with it.
•With good posture, it will be easier to breathe as your lungs will have more space. In fact, you may notice how most of the muscles in your torso work to help you breathe, from the muscles in the base of your pelvis to the ones in your neck, centered on the main breathing muscle, the diaphragm. They work just a little, assisting the diaphragm. If you notice this, it's a good sign you have established a good posture. The right posture is easy and comfortable. You almost feel like you are floating.
•Don't expect immediate results. The purpose of meditation is not to turn you into a Zen master overnight. Meditation works best when it is done for its own sake, without becoming attached to results.
•What you do with a silent mind is up to you. Some people find that it is a good time to introduce an intention or a desired outcome to the subconscious mind. Others prefer to "rest" in the rare silence that meditation offers. For religious people, meditation is often used to connect with their God(s) and receive visions.
•Meditation practiced over a long period of time has been shown to have many beneficial results and is well worth continued practice. Benefits include: Increased mindfulness and awareness, reduced stress, calmer and more relaxed moods, improved memory and focus, and increased in grey matter (brain cells) in various parts of the brain.
•Make some effort to be mindful of your mood and thoughts when not meditating. You may notice that you feel calmer, happier, and sharper on days when you have meditated, and notice a decrease in these qualities when you have not.
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#450 - Dionysus Abundance
Set up your altar to Dionysus. If he is not part of your pantheon, choose a god from your pantheon that's close to the attributes to Dionysus. Never invoke a god that's not part of your faith. Invoke the god, offer first prayers and give your offerings.
Next list the gifts that you would like to attract into your life to make it more abundant. Do not list money. Concentrate on more worldly things in life, like friends and family, food and clothes. Do not be greedy. Ask for what you need, not hat you want.
When done making your lists, put the paper down on the altar. With wine/juice in hand make a second special offering to Dionysus, to celebration and honor the gifts you desire and the gifts you currently have. Give your second prayers now to the god.
Now bury your paper in the pot of soil. Follow up by thanking the earth goddess/god for protecting your present abundance and for the offering future nourishment and abundance. Now light the two candles and speak the following:
"Lord of abundance and times of fun,
Lady of the earth, full and abound.
To thee I ask on this days spell-prayer
fill the holes of in my life that are so bare.
Bring the things I lack and desperately need.
Bring that which I listed to seed."
Feel the power in the candles gifts of abundancy and see it radiating out and fill you and your home. Continue to speak the chant as much as you feel needed to and continue to hold the visualization. Let the candles snuff themselves out.
Take the pot outside and place it somewhere where you can forget it, yet still somewhere close to your place. If you can't keep it inside but place it someplace out of view.
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