A Good Night’s Rest


A mixture of herbal and meditative techniques sleep.

You may need the following items for this spell:

Lavender in any form
Chamomile tea

Casting Instructions for ‘A Great Night’s Rest’

Dab a small amount of it if you have lavender in a form. If your lavender is in a good form, place a small amount on the inside of your pillow so that it is where you put your head. Place some water on to boil for your chamomile tea. Do not use sugar, even if you are a sweet tooth! Sit on your bed in cross-legged or criss-cross position (yes, these are different). Criss-cross is how one sits on a rug in kindergarten. Cross-legged is an official yoga and meditation position, but as it is hard for some folks, criss-cross is fine. Breathe in and out, feeling the life flow into as you breath in, and your muscles relax as you breath out. If you having any stress and/or nagging thoughts, imagine them as a black smoke which you breath out as you exhale, and imagine a white, glowing, healing smoke that you breath in. As the healing smoke fills your lungs, feel your lungs cleaning what is pure, making the glow even brighter and warm as it flows through your veins. Think of your self sitting on a large and comfortable tree stump in a warm and sunny woodland area. See the sunlight pour through the leaves and needles, breathe in he odor of fresh young ferns and moist rich soil. Hear the song birds singing and flittering about in the trees. Continue to sit in your warm woodland setting until the pot goes off, in which you should then complete making your sugarless tea(the sugar will just keep you up). Inhale the hot white steam of the tea as you wait for it to cool down. Smell the chamomile, and even when the smell wears off on you eventually, it will still be calming you down. Drink your tea placidly, meditating along the way. Now youve finished your tea and gone to bed, as your lying there, breathe out and in healing yourself with your breath. Feel each muscle individually relaxing, slowly until you are completely relaxed and you feel as though you cannot move, nor want to. Imagine your self on an empty beach, it is dusk out and comfortably warm. You’re lying in the sand, you can feel each grain change to match your resting form perfectly. You are near the edge of the beach and you can feel the soft, clear, and warm water flowing back and forth over your feet and calves. If you find this setting unpleasing, you can change it to whatever you want, be sure to enjoy in detail and feel at peace with yourself.

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