conceals-not-the-lie:

this is my favorite dress! it was a present from my grandma! beautiful day! ♥♥

(via overthelunaa)

Timestamp: 1409549218

conceals-not-the-lie:

this is my favorite dress! it was a present from my grandma! beautiful day! ♥♥

(via overthelunaa)

earthflowur:

inner-realms:

c; | via Tumblr unter We Heart It.

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Timestamp: 1409549202

earthflowur:

inner-realms:

c; | via Tumblr unter We Heart It.

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(Source: m.weheartit.com, via overthelunaa)

Charm Bags & Vials

siren-the-sanguine:

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A charm bag is simply a magick spell inside a bag. They are one of the most popular ways of carrying power items with you.

To make a charm bag, simply fill with one or more magickally charged items. Magickally charged items may include herbs, stones, charms, drops of essential or magick oils, amulets, and crystals.

Charm bags may be as simple as a square of fabric tied together or they may be beautifully embroidered hand made works of art. They may be made of silk, leather, metal,or any fabric.  The choice is yours, but keep in mind that the container is part of the spell.

Bags with drawstring closures are useful because you can open and close them, adding materials as they are found or needed. A closed bag is called a “hand”. 

A bag that has been sewn together is called a “sachet”.  A sachet is usually made of muslin and may be cut into any shape (to suit the magick), such as a heart or a star before it’s sewn together. Sachets usually contain only botanical materials such as herbs and flowers.

Instead of using bags or sachets to hold charms and power objects you may use tiny glass bottles.  The items inside are visible and may be layered or suspended in oil or seeds.  A cord or string may be attached so that the bottle can be worn or hung up.

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mistymorningme:

Grand Teton Spring, #189 © andertho

In Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming, USA.

(via feedyourwanderlust)

Timestamp: 1409406094

mistymorningme:

Grand Teton Spring, #189 © andertho

In Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming, USA.

(via feedyourwanderlust)

travel-as-a-happy-hippie:

I love how there are clothed, nude, old, and young people and it doesn’t matter, they just accept

(Source: , via sleepy-faeries)

Timestamp: 1409373600

travel-as-a-happy-hippie:

I love how there are clothed, nude, old, and young people and it doesn’t matter, they just accept

(Source: , via sleepy-faeries)