Piece by Piece Trauma healing spell (Origami spell)
There may have been a point in your life where you may have suffered abuse in the hands of another person be it a lover or even from either a friend or someone else and i do suggest that you see either a mental health professonal or just try to talk to somebody who in someway will listen. This spell is to just help you a tiny bit along the way. It was inspired by the song piece by piece by kelly clarkson
“But piece by piece, he collected me up
Off the ground, where you abandoned things and
Piece by piece he filled the holes that you burned in me
Six years old and you know
He never walks away
He never asks for money
He takes care of me
He loves me
Piece by piece, he restored my faith
That a man can be kind and the Father could, stay”
You will need: White origami paper , White candle , Some insense , A pen or pencil
Take the white origami paper and write the first letter of your name on the paper and the last letter of your last name on the paper. I suggest that you create a dove or maybe swan (to me they in some way represent healing)
When your done with that you can like your candle and your insence and then
Hold your hands over the dove and say these words or similar outloud or mentally:
“From the fading light i fly i rise like a dove out of the ashes of abuse and heal from This trauma Piece by piece.”
When your done take the dove and hide it somewhere safe be safe my dear -garden
“Piece by piece I fell far from the tree
I will never leave her like you left me
And she will never have to wonder her worth
Because unlike you I’m going to put her first and you know
He’ll never walk away,
He’ll never break her heart
He’ll take care of things, he’ll love her
Piece by piece, he restored my faith
That a man can be kind and the Father should be great.”
Humid air rising in the River Dove yesterday in Dovedale…
#river #mist #Dovedale #Peak District #light #trees #original photographers #photographers on Tumblr #nature photographers #chasing light #countryside #rural
She ardently desired to be a permanent entity of water. A calming, flowing, natural source of life, yet a powerful, untamed force of nature. But she was a beautiful turquoise wave that constantly found the courage to rise; and repeatedly dove towards rock bottom and settled on the shore.
We’re churning out so many of these that it helps me to think of them in weekly packages. To that end, I thought I’d do a round-up thingy at the end of each week to talk about that we did. There’s no thematic thru-line here (though we do have a lot of things about the arctic coming up, for some reason), just five stories and five big ideas from Lissette and I.
MONDAY,The Kid Who Invented A Braille Printer Out of Legos: Ok, Shubhamb Banerjee is only 13 and he’s already way more of a badass than me (it’s a low bar). He used his Lego Mindstorms EV3 kit to build a printer that can turn any document into Braille. All I can build is a house. :(
TUESDAY, The Fight To Save New York Subway Dancers: If you live in New York City, you’ve seen the Litefeet Dancers. Last year, the NYPD decided to crack down on them big time, but this puts yet another NYC underground art movement at risk. Yeah, on bad days, when all I wanted was to shut the world out, the dancers could be annoying, but I’d be sad to see them go. Also, where do they practice? Some Oceans 11 subway car replica?
WEDNESDAY, The Child Prodigy That Time Forgot: I came across this story from a tweet by John Green, linking to a Lapham’s article about Barbara Newhall Follett, the 12-year-old novelist who wrote a few not-just-for-a-kid amazing books, then disappeared forever at 25. Spooky. Also, find her book, The House Without Windows, and read it. So good.
THURSDAY, The Hunt For Europe’s Great Lost Typeface: Disclosure: I’m fucking obsessed with fonts. I don’t know why, I just am. So this story about Cobden Sanderson (favorite name of the week) and Doves Press sucked me in right away. The dude dumped his font into the Thames river 100 years ago and it was lost…until now! This one’s for my typogra-freaks.
FRIDAY, What Makes Social Movements Work: Lissette’s only piece for the week, but a killer one. I think about this issue a lot, actually. How do we judge whether social movements are successful? Occupy Wall Street got so much flak for not knowing what it wanted, for not having a solid objectives. It’s still debatable whether that’s something you need to have, but One Billion Rising, the women’s rights movement Lissette talks about here, is very practical in its approach and makes a real difference for women in the world.
Yay! Overall, I think this is a good crop of stories and ideas. These are the stories we’d be reading about and discussing even if we didn’t have this show. We just like to think about stuff. We find that fun.