Wednesday, 2 September 2009

Elemental Magic Spells

Free Spells - Elemental Magic Spells

I haven’t been able to update the blog for ages, lots of things going on at the moment. Some good, some troublesome! But I’ve really missed writing so I’m keen to get back to posting as often as possible :)

Anyways! Recently I have been writing a lot about fire spells and so have been thinking quite a bit about elemental magic spells in general and how much of a staple type of spell they are. I think all witches should have some handy and know how to use them. They are great for testing your skills and helping you learn how to really feel the forces of nature that we work with all the time.

If you are a beginner and not familiar with elemental magic spells, they are spells or rituals that gain their energy and power from the main universal elements of air, fire, water and earth. Each element has a unique gift to offer and can be incorporated into your spell work or can also be the core aspect.

Here are some simple suggestions to get you thinking on how you can use them:

Fire Spells

Fire is a destructive and yet beautiful energy that frightens and beguiles us in equal measure. Fire spells can therefore be great for banishing spell work as you can enjoy literally watching the negativity in your life go up in flames!

Air Spells

Gentle and cleansing, air spells can also make excellent banishing spells as you can blow away your problems in the wind. Take some herbs and as part of your spell, simply blow them from the palm of your hand.

Water Spells

These spells can be flexible and calming. They are great for unblocking any obstacles in your life and development by allowing things to go with the flow once more.

Earth Spells

Great for ‘down to earth’ matters such as money. Use natural ingredients such as herbs, flowers or even twigs that you find on the ground.

I hope to be able to focus more on each type of spell over the next few weeks so hope this gets you thinking and catch up soon!


Fran x

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