“To love oneself is the beginning of a life-long romance.” -Oscar Wilde
To enhance self-love/self-confidence, and just spoil yourself :)
What you need:
Pink Himalayan Salt- Self-love
Lavender Buds/Oil- Love, Happiness
Rose Petals/Oil- Self- love
Myrrh Incense- Self-love
Rosemary- Purification/ Self-Love
Vanilla oil- Love/Self-Love
Pink Spell Bag
4 Rose Quarts pieces/points
4 Pink Candles
(Optional) Pink or Rose Scented Bath Bomb/Bubblebath
What to do:
Add Lavender buds, rose petals, thyme, and rosemary to a pot of boiling water and boil for about 3-4 minutes, until you get a tea. Strain the herbs from the tea, and draw your bath while it cools, adding the pink himalayan salt to desolve.
Put a rose quarts point in each corner of the tub with a pink candle. If you used oils and not hers, add them to your bath now, along with your bath bomb or bubblebath. If you made the tea, add it to the tub once it’s filled. Light your incense, pick some music that makes you feel relaxed and beautiful, and enjoy your bath.
Think of the things you do not like about yourself, and find something beautiful about it. For example, if you can’t stand the color of your eyes, list all the things you find beautiful about that color and compare it to your eyes. Do this for at least 6 features/personality traits.
When you are finished, drain the tub and remain in the water until it is completely drained, visualizing all the negative thoughts, insecurities, and self-doubt being sucked out of you and down the drain with the water. Visualize a light pink light glowing from within, replacing all of the departing negative views/emotions with love, confidence, kindness, and self-appreciation.
And there you have it. I like to add some coconut oil to my bath for a little extra love boost and it makes my skin feel amazing.
I’ve never understood how ~ experienced ~ witches frown upon young or new witches that ask for help?? like who do you think you are??? you talk to candles just like all the rest of us Margaret get over yourself
It was a calm Sunday afternoon. The world seemed to be at
peace at the moment, and any nearby cases had already been dished out to other
hunters, so the Winchesters were enjoying somewhat of mini-vacation in the
bunker. Which for Dean meant two things – his favorite beer, and some
well-deserved siestas. In fact, he was
just in the middle of the later when the sound of shattering glass interrupted
Dean jerked upwards from his pillow at the yelp. With still
drooping lids, he went to turn towards his bedside table, failing to realize
how close he was to the edge of the mattress. “What the -,” he was cut short as
he felt himself slowly teeter on the edge. Unable to regain his balance, with
flailing arms he collapsed onto the cold floor with a heavy thud.
How about we talk about the way you’re misinterpreting the last quote of TFP
For someone who loves to read so much into everything and analyze this show to death,the meaning of the last quote sure went over your heads or you’re choosing to ignore what it really says because you want it to feed into your collective hysteria. So let’s have the quote, right?
“I know you two. And if I’m gone, I know what you could become, because I know who you really are.A junkie who solves crimes to get high and a doctor who never came home from the war. Will you listen to me? Who you really are doesn’t matter. It’s all about the legend, the stories, the adventures. There is a last refuge for the desperate, the unloved, the persecuted. There is a final court of appeal for everyone. When life gets too strange, too impossible, too frightening, there is always one last hope. When all else fails, there are two men, sitting and arguing in a scruffy flat, like they’ve always been there, and they always will. The best and wisest men I have ever known, my Baker Street Boys, Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson.”
What Mary’s saying, simply put, is exactly what we know about the characters. At their core Sherlock is a junkie who solves cases to get high, and John is a doctor who never left the battle field, each one an addict in their own right, which isn’t exactly a stellar review or personality trait.
What Mary is saying is that it doesn’t matter that they’re a couple of adrenaline junkies, because their adventures, their stories, the persons they’ve helped, the lives they’ve saved and will save, is their legacy, and are the the basis of their legend, and that’s what they’ll be remembered by, not their demons.
They are the last refuge for the desperate, unloved and persecuted. The last hope for everyone when life gets too strange, impossible and frightening.
“Who you really are doesn’t matter” is not an insult, it’s absolution. It’s releasing them from their status of flawed and imperfect and damaged, allowing them to fulfill their potential.