Guardian Dragon Aid

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Call forth your dragon in aid of your protection.

Casting Instructions for 'Guardian Dragon Aid'

You will need the following items for this spell:

  • Clarity
  • Connection with Dragon
  • Focus
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You will need the following items for this spell:

  • Clarity
  • Connection with Dragon
  • Focus
Note: You must already have an established connection with your dragon spirit guide in order for this to work. Dragons view themselves as your equal or even greater, so respect them.

Chant the following:

''Dragon, my time is here,
Come to me, your duty is clear,
Give me wisdom, give me strength,
Help me now, aid me with your spirit.''

*Say Dragon Name* I call thee, not in command, but in plea.

*Say Dragon Name* I call thee, not as ruler, but as a friend in need.

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Added to on Feb 05, 2014
Last edited on May 27, 2018
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I would change the word ''your duty is clear'' [just seems a little disrespectful to me, perhaps ''come to me, I need you near''] but if you have a connection with your Guardian, this should work fine. [but then again, my Guardian Dragon lives in my house, so normally I just talk to them directly]

Sep 10, 2020
Nekoshema, do you know how to make a connection with a dragon?

Sep 10, 2020
Indeed. There are a few methods you could try. I went with a guided meditation which I followed after projecting. So, when I first met the Dragons, I was told to visualize a meadow with a cave and inside the cave were the elemental Dragons. Enter it, introduce yourself and wait for a response. I projected and thought of the meadow and was transported to this green meadow by a mountain range where a cave with two large Dragons sat outside. They seemed friendly enough and for whatever reason, I pet them [I'm one of those people who has to touch everything, so of course I pet the Dragons lol] they didn't really react so I entered the cave, bowed before the elemental Dragons and introduced myself. Three of the five Dragons accepted me [I have a tumultuous relationship with fire elementals and Chaos kind of ignores me because I don't understand it] After that I returned to the physical and began studying. An easier method which I recommend [and is what I do now because I'm too lazy to project all the time] create an altar in their honour, leave an offering, introduce yourself, then meditate and wait for an answer. It's usually not as instant as the AP method, but they will visit, observe, and choose over the month whether or not they wish to work with you. Dragons are like deities or any other spiritual being, do your research so you have a basic understanding, create a sacred space where you can talk to them, be respectful, and be honest. Also, the more you do, the easier it is. Working with Dragons, deities, faeries, angels, whatever, is like having friends. The first day you meet someone, you don't instantly go ''we're best friends forever, here's all my emotional problems'' you build your way up to that. Also, you may not go every single day speaking, but you try to talk to them fairly regularly.

Thanks. I might try the AP method, as in i really can't create an altar of any kind. My family isn't really okay with this whole magic stuff. I would think it'd be best to do so outside, but, as my yard has flooded, i may try it inside. Thank you again for your help.

Sep 11, 2020
Good luck to you. If you're under the age of content, legally, you need to tell your folks. As for where to try projecting, I did it in my bedroom. [the majority of my practice in my teens took place in my room, and my mom was fine with my conversion to Paganism] As for altars and sacred spaces, the nice thing about circles is you can create sacred space when you need it for however long you need it. If you find a place outside you feel drawn to, you can make that your worship space [there's a clearing in the woods near my place I visit often for that purpose] As for altars, you can be stealthy. A plant on a desk with some incense and a glass of water could be considered an altar. Unless your parents think Dragon's are evil, you could find a Dragon statue/figure, cleanse and consecrate it and use that as a physical representation for the Dragons. [you might like to look up shoe-box altars, matchbox altars, or portable altars if you're interested in having an altar but not a permanent one]

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