Elemental stones, magick, magic, witchcraft, witches, spells, spell work, ritual, correspondence

Witches’ Tools: Elemental Stones Correspondence

In the practice of magick, many witches prefer to use various types of magick to help strengthen their spell work. While elemental magick is itself is a powerful natural way to practice magick all on its own, some witches will also incorporate various portions of it into their practice of other types of spell work. Here is a small correspondence that helps to identify the types of stones associated with the elements.

Air/Mascuine Amethyst, aquamarine, azurite, beryl, blue lace agate, chryoprase, citrine, hematite, lazurite, moldovite, opal, pearl, snow quartz, sapphire, silver, blue topaz, blue tourmaline, blue turquoise, vivianite
Earth/Feminine Apache tear, apatite, aventurine, boji stone, calcite (orange), carnelian, diamond, flourite, granite, iron pyrite, jade, jet, malachite, morion, petrified wood, rutilated quartz, ruby, sugalite, tiger eye, tourmaline
Fire/Masculine Amber, beryl, bloodstone, calcite (gold), carnelian, citrine, coal diamond, flint, geodes, gold, red jasper, lorimar, obsidian, peridot, pumice, smoky quartz, rhodachrosite, sunstone, yellow topaz
Water/Feminine Alexandrite, beryl, green calcite, chalcedony, diamond, emerald, jacinth, jade, jet, kunzite, lapis lazuli, magnetite, moonstone, obsidian, onyx, opal, peridot, rose quartz, rock crystal, sardonyx, blue topaz, pink tourmaline, green turquoise, zircon

 

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Witches’ Spell: Calming Spell

In our busy lives, there are many times when people and events seem to conspire together for the sole purpose of irritating the living crap out of us. Fortunately, as witches, we do not have to settle for being any less calm and capable of decisive action than we choose.

Whether you have a problem with road rage, rude customer service, rude customers, or any other of the many issues that we all seem to deal with daily, you can retain and return to a state of calm with a simple meditation and chant.

As you feel your irritation beginning, start immediately to breathe deeply and evenly. Breathe in through your nose to a count of ten and retain the breath for one heartbeat, before allowing it to leave your body, slowly, through your mouth. As you breathe in think the first line of the chant, as you breathe out think the second, continue to the end of the chant.

When irritations build again
I will refuse to let them win
I’ll keep my peace and when I’m through
To irritants I’ll bid adieu
I will let nothing get to me
Thus, as I will so mote it be

Continue breathing and repeating the chant to yourself until you feel your equilibrium return and you are able to regain the sense of calm you need.