Tomorrow, I go back to working in a job that I did like but has the worst energies I have ever been around. I worked there for a year, and there were so many bad attitudes and so much anger surrounding coworkers and management alike.
The pay will be good going back in and help with the bills that continue to pile up, but the negative energies and psyvamps will weigh heavily on me. I was asked to come back to work for them by one of the negative ones, so maybe things are changing, and the job will be one that I can do with headphones on and stay within the confines of my own mind.
I am searching out ways to magickally detox myself of the worst of it every afternoon when I return home so that I don't infect my house with negativity since it is my sanctuary.
I have protection rituals set in place for myself every morning, but it will be the afternoon and the garbage that will try to attach itself to me that has me concerned. Part of me doesn't want to send this into Earth because I don't want to harm her, so I am thinking that sending it out into the void may be a good idea. I don't want to harm anyone or anything after all.
I haven't begun my alter cloth yet, but I do have plans to begin very soon. I have an earth based colorway (an old yarn artist term) that will do well, so I will begin that as soon as I feel settled and ready to begin. Right now, the distractions are what are causing me to delay.
Someone here recently gave me a thought to ponder today. Writing rituals for tools for others who don't have the ability to write their own, doing this as a part of creating my own business of sorts.
That would be a cool way to aid others and help me along my path, but would take some time and I would have to get to know the individuals and their needs and goals before doing it, a generic ritual would be fine, but I think that adding in personal touches would make that a keepsake for the individual's BOS, and handed down to the generations behind them. I have to think about this one for a while.
Autumn is on its way, and I am excited! Fall is my favorite time of year. A time of change and settling down for the long winter months ahead. I love the scents and colors of this season as we prepare to say goodbye to the God until we see him again. I can't wait for the beginning of the season.
Don't get me wrong, there's nothing wrong with summer or winter, it's just that spring and fall are the times of the year I love the most...the time of new beginnings and growth and the time of harvesting and reaping what has been grown.
I can't wait to decorate my home in the browns and oranges of the season!!
That reminds me, I will soon be posting my poetry.