Anonymous asked: Could you maybe tell me a little about seidr?
Seidr is a Norse magical practice in which the völva, with the aid of spirits, uses trance work to travel the nine worlds in order to accomplish a task. This task could be placing a curse or a blessing, acquiring prophecy, healing, or seeking guidance from the gods or spirits.
Some völva were healers, others seers and oracles.
Seidr is often equivocated as being “Norse shamanism”.
Freyja was the original practitioner of Seidr, who then taught the craft to Odin.
av1105 asked: Can you see auras? I want to know the color of mine so bad!
Hello, I would suggest that you learn how to see auras your self. So that you can see your own aura and others around you. :)
their are several exercises you can do to see auras. The aura is the energy field surrounding all living creatures.
The Mirror 1. Sit in front of a mirror. Place a small lamp, with a white shade, on a table to the left or right of the mirror. Be sure the light does not reflect in the mirror or is uncomfortable to your eyes.
2.Begin by looking at your shoulder and neck area in the mirror. Let your eyes go out of focus, as if you were looking beyond your body’s reflection.
3After some practice you should begin to see a white glow or outline, about 1 -2 inches wide, around the shoulder and neck( your inner-aura.)
-after the first step is successfully done begin this exercise.
1. Practice seeing the white inner aura once again, then try to move your focus to the outside line of the white sheen.
2.After a while you will begin to see the white outline grow wider. there should be a slight variation in the color.
3.As you watch the aura form, you will be able to see slight color emerge around the edges of the white aura. -The colors might be faint and cloudy at first, but keep practicing. This is the beginning layer of the middle of the aura.
—after a while you will be able to see the entire aura. -all living creatures have auras —don’t strain your eyes
Anonymous asked: Hello, would happen to have a spell to make one more intelligent or smarter?
Purpose: To call on cleverness and wisdom and make it your own.
You Will Need: Nothing. Just your voice.
The Raven is a bird most wise,
black of feather and black of eyes.
Perched on a bust, soaring by wing,
or on either side of the Father King—
the Raven is the wisest of birds.
Let me have that wisdom in my words.
Like the craft it takes to build a nest,
let me have the Raven’s cleverness.
Like the wizard who, in their haven dwells,
I draw in knowledge with this spoken spell.