Do Magic

Human eyes can detect three primary colors: red, yellow and blue. All the variations we see are made from these base ingredients. Dragonflies can see 30 — 30! — and all the colors they make when combined.

Which is to say — there are many, many things we cannot see. Let's believe in all the colors we can't see for a little while. Let's do some magic.

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Do you have questions you'd like to put to the universe? Want me to try to toss your note on her desk? I can't say my aim's perfect, but I'm up for trying.
Sigil Magic

Sigil Magic

From Ariel Gore’s Notes and Spells Scout Book. Click here for more about that.

May I - For an Open Heart

May I - For an Open Heart

Each time you open something: May my heart be open. Each time you close something - May I feel secure. This can also be done some for someone else, alive or not - imagine the person: May your heart be open. May you be secure.

Get a Tarot Card Reading

Get a Tarot Card Reading

Elayne Puzan is offering readings for donations to the Grief House Project. Click here to learn more and schedule an appointment.

May I - For Clear Vision

May I - For Clear Vision

Each time you see a mirror: May I see things as they are, may I be seen. This can also be done some for someone else, alive or not - imagine the person: May you see things as they are. May you be seen.

May I - To Welcome and Be Welcomed

May I - To Welcome and Be Welcomed

Each time you cross a threshold: May I welcome you, may I be welcomed. This can also be done some for someone else, alive or not - imagine the person: May you welcome me, joy, everything. May you be welcome.

I, Prism

I, Prism

If you have a prism, rest your eyes on the light. If you don’t have a prism close your eyes and imagine light being filtered into colored wavelengths. Now, slowly, become the prism. Breathe in mixed and muddled light - let everything be there: pain and anger and joy and wanting. Breathe out light turned to rainbows. You can start with your own muddled light turned to rainbows and slowly open to other people's muddled light; people you know then people you don't know, and, eventually, everyone.

Light a Candle

Light a Candle

Consider your heart, make note of the holes. Light a candle for each thing you’ve lost (you can light one candle or many at a time). Set a timer for 7 minutes (or 14 or 20 or longer - 7 is good to start). Allow yourself to think about the lost things while you watch the candles. Gently repeat - may I be light (or may there be light, or just light). Do this every day until the candles are burned out.