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Thursday, April 11, 2019

10 Ways to Have a Magical Evening

10 Ways to Have a Magical Evening

Following my last post, 10 Ways to Have a Magical Morning, it makes sense to cover how to have a magical evening as well. Again, I would like to say you are by no means obligated to perform magic on a daily basis. I certainly don't, but if you are looking for ways to have a more magical day, consider incorporating the following into your daily routine.

1. Take some time to meditate. This makes a lot of lists, and for a good reason. Meditation, even just 5 minutes relieves stress and lowers blood pressure. Furthermore, it's a great way to reconnect and recenter after a long.

2. Write about your day in a journal. It doesn't seem very magical, but writing about your day before bed allows you to rid yourself of negatively and provides you an opportunity to analyze your day from a magical perspective. Did you notice the same number repeatedly? Did someone say or do something odd? Did you receive any messages from spirits? When you start keeping a daily journal, you may find that the Universe and Spirit are trying to communicate with you, and what is more magical than that?

3. Cleanse your phone. You and I both know you are attached to that darn thing. Before you go to bed, wipe it down (not very magical but prevents disease) and magically cleanse it. You'd be surprised how much this changes your evening. Once you cleanse it, don't use it again until morning. This symbolic ritual will help you wind down in the evening and leave one of your most used devices clear of negativity energy.

4. Set your intentions for the following day. I'm a planner and I like to be prepared so I spend some time figuring out what I want out of the next day. I usually keep things pretty general and positive.

5. Wash your face to wash away the day. You do this in the morning and you should do it at night before bed. Don't bring that crap into bed with you. Seriously! Let it wash away down the sink. Imagine the water you use is infused with golden healing light. As you wash, it pulls away all the negativity from the day and infuses your skin with health and vibrancy.

6. Bask in the rays of the Moon. The Moon is a pretty big deal in witchcraft in case you didn't know. When she finally rises, go outside and soak in her glow. This is the most magical thing I do. Nothing beats staring up her and feeling her gentle embrace. Talk to her if you want. She is there to listen.

7. Ground and center using the Earth or crystals. I use my black tourmaline to ground and center before bed if I am having a hard time falling asleep. I simply hold the crystal in my hand with my eye closed and focus on my breathing. I imagine my feet growing roots that sink deep into the Earth. I shuts my brain off pretty quickly.

8. Expand your mind by reading a book. It really doesn't matter if the book is witchy or not. It is magical just to read and escape for a little while. I try to read at least 15 minutes every day. Put away the computer and the phone and pick up a book.

9. Enchant your pillow to bring good dreams by spraying your pillow with a calming mist. I have a mist infused with essential oils that brings happiness. This is what I use most often, but other choices can include mists with lavender, sage, or chamomile. Make sure whatever you use is safe to touch your face as you will be sleeping on it.

10. Place amethyst next to your bed to enhance dreaming. If you are looking to perform some dream magic, amethyst is a great crystal to use. It enhances psychic abilities, opens you up to dream messages, and even will help you remember them in the morning. Make sure to record them in a dream journal when you wake up!

BONUS: If you wear glasses or contacts, enchant them in the evening when you clean them to bring you insight the following day.

Most of what you do in the evening should be a reflection on the current day and washing away any negativity so you can start anew the next day. How do you have a magical evening?


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