Summer magick is big magick. Dream big — life changing big — and work specifically. When I say work specifically, I'm talking about the nuts and bolts work — it may not feel wildly mystical but it works. June 4th is new moon; June 20th is summer solstice and full moon. That’s a tremendous amount of power available to you. For this spell you will need mala beads. If you don’t have any I strongly suggest you get some. Mala beads are one of my very favorite magick tools.
First be very clear about what you want. One thing only, A new home, a new job, a new life, a new love? Write it down on a note card. Then write down what’s intrinsic to your desire. For instance, a small home, a cozy home, an easily affordable home? A job where you have your own hours, where the people respect you? A job that pays the bills but doesn’t sap your strength for other things? A small company? A large company? A love who’s been around and knows how special you are? A love who’s humor is simpatico with yours? A love who’s astounding in bed? You get the idea.
Get it all written down on a note card. Take your time. Don’t rush this part of the process. The more specific you are, the more powerful the magick.
Read the note card first thing in the morning, at lunch and last thing before you got to bed.
Twice a day sit down with your mala beads and say the following; “I am receptive to and easily magnetize the right and perfect opportunities for the right and perfect job.” If it’s love you seek say, “I am receptive to and easily magnetize the right and perfect opportunities to meet the right and perfect partner.” If it’s a home you seek say, “I am receptive to and easily magnetize the right and perfect opportunities to find the right and perfect home.” You hold the bead, say the affirmation, move onto the next bead, say the affirmation and so on and so on around until you’ve worked your way once around the malas. Again you will do this twice a day.
Outside of the malas and the note cards, you might want to do some affirmations. "I give myself permission to have what I want," is always a good one. As are "I am loving, lovable, and desirable," and "The angels bring harmony into my life."
As for the mystical, there is something delicious about walking at sunrise or sunset during this time of year. I'm pretty sure I've seen the hooves of the Green Man poking out from under the boxwoods, the sweet sheer color of Tatiana's scarves, and fey folk peering down at me from tree branches. The more pragmatic nuts and bolts work I do, the more I am opened to the mystical. And that my darlings is the delicious alchemy of the opposites.
Much love, Kat