Do you have a date this Valentine’s Day? Are you In Love with a special someone? No? Well don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Valentines should never have to be lonely for the crafty modern witch. Here are some rituals you can perform to attract love this Valentine’s Day. Please note that you can also use these rituals to strengthen any existing relationships.
The first ritual to perform starts by purchasing a red rose and ribbon. The ribbon is meant to represent your expectations and desires while the rose represents you. On Valentine’s Day, find a quiet room that brings you comfort to perform the ritual there - You can also perform it at your Altar. Hold the ribbon in your hands and affirm all your wishes and desires. You can affirm anything from strengthening your current relationship to hoping to meet someone new. Meditate on this for and while and gently blow on the ribbon to finish.
The next step is to twist the ribbon around the stem of the rose and tie it with a knot. When you are done with this, begin meditating on yourself and your wish. The rose represents you and you alone so it is imperative to ensure it doesn’t come into contact with anyone else. After you are done, find the perfect hiding spot for your rose. Love will surely locate you after you perform this ritual.
For the second ritual, you will need a candle, a candle holder and a sharp quartz. Again, in a quiet room or at your altar, use the sharp side of the quartz to engrave a heart on the candle. As you draw the heart, imagine that all your heart’s desires have come to pass. After you draw the heart, place the candle on the candle holder with the quartz next to it.
When you light the candle, continue to meditate and believe in your heart that your desires have been granted. These rituals will certainly attract love to you this valentine or help strengthen your existing relationships.
For this ritual, you will need a pink candle, an apple, two roses (red and white) and a red ribbon. Light your candle and place it on an empty table. Next is to cut the apple into two halves and place your roses in vases on each side of the apple. Meditate o the intensity of the flame, calling upon the love you wish to attract. If you do not have any specific person to call upon, you may wish for the one destined for you.
If you are looking to attract new love, rekindle an old flame or strengthen your bond with a loved one, these rituals will surely help you this Valentine’s day. Don’t forget to take the necessary precautions and perform your rituals in a conducive environment for effective results.
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Welcome to this blog post, Witches and Lovers! You and I may share almost the same sentiments towards the approaching Valentine's. One thought and your stomach are in knots? I feel you.
With the recent events centering around Covid-19, it is normal to feel nostalgic for the traditional romantic movie nights, long walks by the beach, restaurant dates, traveling in another city, what else? Name it, we all wish and yearn for this entire pandemic to soon be over. But just like Warren Buffett’s 5/25 Rule, why don’t we focus more on things that we can control and assess what really matters?
For one, it wouldn’t take time to reflect that what does matter is who we share this Valentines with and secondly, how we can make them feel more special during this event. After all, Valentine's doesn’t require any place or any terms at all as long as whatever we plan to do comes from our hearts.
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