Anger Calming

 

The spell should be performed on a Friday night if possible, or whenever there is need of it. Formal circle casting is not essential, but may be carried out if you so desire.

You will need the following items for this spell:

3 light candles
3 pieces of paper
Peace Oil
Peace Incense
A blue ink pen
A fire-proof receptacle

Casting Instructions for ‘Anger Calming’

Inscribe 2 of the runes on each candle:

Nied: To help distressed emotions
Gifu: To restore ones psychological equilibrium and perspective
Beorc: To bring back harmony into the household
Sigel: To bring healing to all effected
Kenaz: To renew peace
Ing: To deliver a positive ending
While carving the candles, make certain to visualize the person who is the object of the spell as being happy, relaxed and calm. See any issues between the two of you as having already been resolved in a manner that promotes growth, mutual respect and understanding (not necessarily arrangement that might not be possible… just agreeing to disagree and letting the matter drop). Anoint each candle with the Peace Oil, again visualizing another person and you living in harmony with quarrels forgiven and forgotten. As you do that, chant: Dragons of hearth, Dragons of home, Stable as Earth, Stable as stone, Lend me your power, lend me your calm Help me to create this magical balm. Light the peace incense and light the candles. Write the persons name on every piece of paper in blue ink, and pass each one through the smoke of the incense and say: As smoke fades to nothing, so does the anger that lies between name and me. Let no harsh word or ill feeling remain that may cloud our hearts or minds. Light each piece of paper from a different candle and place it in the fire-proof receptacle. As you light each one, chant: Peace I send from me to you, Love I send to follow through. From this anger be set free, As I will, so mote it be! Let the candles burn themselves out if possible. Otherwise, try to burn the candles for 2 hours each day/night till they burn out. If you throw a formal ring near it as usual.

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