|Antidepressant Talisman: greenhouse waxing work.|
I have been jotting notes about why I prefer to just "make it up" & have amassed a very long list of reasons which perhaps someday, I will find a moment to put to print. In the meantime:
"Sciento-magick" is part of making-it-up & I realized that I have not mentioned it in my writing for a very long time. This waxing Moon "Antidepressant Talisman," typifies my "magickal style" (if there is such a thing). It perfectly exemplifies the layers upon which I like to base my spellwork. In this particular case, a nod to the "hard sciences" is offered up by the presence of the neurotransmitters (serotonin, dopamine & norepinephrine), the softer sciences are represented by the cognitive action of affirmation & personally meaningful symbolism. Locating the behemoth in the greenhouse is like placing it in an amplifier -- besides, it's a great place to "cultivate" more serotonin. Identity symbology -- sigils & personal talismans -- plus some concise & memorable verbiage fall into the more "traditional" magickal operating procedures... & of course, we all know is so much better if it is all contained in a circle & written in Latin. Or something.
Keep the tools & whatnot simple & intuitive, I say. Those homegrown magick workers in the Ozarks or Haiti don't spent gobs of money paying someone on the internet for "expertly charged magickal chalks" or anything else, for that matter. (Although, those that buy such things might find themselves expertly charged for them!) Especially if the work is for you, or a household member, work with what you have, what is in your home & of your home. The children's sidewalk chalk? Helvella yes! Those children give me the greatest joy! (They also give me juicy oxytocin doses.) Their chalk for this talisman makes the utmost sense.
I also find that efficacy is increased in large degree by a knowledgeable advisor...
|An oxytocin advisor: among the very best.|