Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Luibh and Seoid

Tiger’s Eye
          Originating from Austria, Australia and Southwest Africa, Tiger’s Eye is a lustrous yellow to brown gem. As a talisman it brings inner calm and stability to the wearer and protects from the “evil eye”, sorcery, nightmares and malignant manipulations. It also offers protection during travel, strengthens convictions and confidence.
          Due to its warm, earthy color it has the ability to “warm” and help against depression. It has also been helpful in cases of schizophrenia, various mental disorders and impulsive obsession. It alleviates headaches and migraines caused by stress and converts anxiety, fear and obsessiveness into practicality and logic. A rough piece placed at the entrance of a house keeps out negativity.

          Tiger’s Eye promotes wealth and money. One of these stones stone’s especially programmed for money magic and kept in your wallet will make sure that you always have enough change on you. A simple money spell includes empowering several Tiger’s Eye’s with your need for money. Use them to surround a green candle. Light the candle and then visualize.

          Called “thymos” by the Greeks, which meant “fumigate” or “smoke”, they associated it with valor in battle and restoration of physical power. The Sumerians used it as an antiseptic and Egyptians used it in the mummification process. In some cultures it’s associated with the land of the fae – supposedly they like to hide in the plant’s leafy branches.

          Thyme can be used in healing rituals or to bring about restful sleep, believed to guard against nightmares and can be used in pillows for this purpose. Taking a warm bath in thyme can help relieve insomnia and slow hair loss when used as a hair rinse after shampooing. Add to a bath for purifying and mental clarity. Put a handful in cheesecloth and hang it form the faucet while the water is running.
          Thyme is also known as a stimulant. It stimulates the circulatory system and can help raise low blood pressure. It has also been found helpful for those who are fatigued, lethargic or depressed.
          When carried it is thought to inspire courage, attract good health and protect from negativity.
          Create a magical broom using thyme to banish  negativity or burn to boost your confidence and courage before confrontations.

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