the hand of fear

A Starless Night Ritual For Letting Go of Guilt, Whether Warranted or Not

You will need:

  • Candles or lamps in your home


After dark on a cloudy night.

The spell:

Outside, look up to where the stars would be, saying, “Stars, thought invisible this night, yet I know you shine your light. The clouds will clear, you will appear, and I will shed this guilt and fear.”

Move you hands in and out slowly, palms vertical and facing each other, and create an invisible energy ball from the power in your hands. Toss the energy ball up high and say, “Guilt be gone!”

Go indoors and light candles or turn on all the lamps, saying, “Like the stars I will shine again. No guilt remains, for peace I gain.”

- “1001 Spells: The Complete Book Of Spells For Every Purpose,” by Cassandra Eason

trigger-and-wings  asked:

"I don’t think I’m going to make it out of this.”

“n-no cullen.  C-Cullen stay with me.” the woman whimpered as she sat beside her lovers side, her hand trembling as she held his larger hand. fear gripped her heart as she pressed her face into his shoulder. “you’ll be fine… you just need rest.” she whispered, slowly crumbling before the man. “just think… you get to watch our little ones grow up.”

My fear of ants: a summary

basically we’ve been having an ant problem at my house, and since i’m terrified of them, my solution has been to get to the highest place possible and spray raid all over the entire house
which normally results in my mom yelling at me for using so much because its a waste of money, but….

First, black fear.

a trip on the panic gear

with hands shaking on the steering wheel.

The feeling you cannot go on living

because the pain is too strong, you cannot defeat it.

Second, tears in your eyes

desperation and lies

‘I’m okay and we’ll be fine.’

Your lips so white you’re gonna faint

just in time to fade away

and not to face the truth again.

Third, acceptance.

knowing you can do it, squeezing the hand

of somebody who has already been there

a lead, a friend

a light that can mend.

Strength to exceed the end.

—  grief
Move on, leave, run away, escape this place… but don’t forget about me, about us, about this town. Always remember where you come from so you can appreciate how far you’ve come.
—  c.j.n.
You claim to love her, inside and out, but the only time you call her beautiful is when it’s 3 in the morning and I’ve already turned you down.
—  girls tell each other everything, c.j.n.