In our chaplet designs, there is a collection entitled "Curses Upon Thee." Below is a description of the intention behind this line and instructions for our GIVEAWAY through the 22nd. .
The intent with this chaplet is to remember what must be exchanged in order to break what is binding and create the reality that is wished. .
Each chaplet from this line contains seven sets of three beads that represent Thurisaz – a rune of the frost giants, curses, and primal forces. Thurisaz is often viewed as chaos, but the witch has the ability to control the chaos and wield it to whatever task is necessary to complete. The chaos is able to destroy, which provides the opportunity to take the form of a new beginning.
After every three grouped beads, there is a singular bead that represents Gebo – the gift or exchange. It holds knowledge, wisdom, and sacrifice. There is a saying, “For every gift, a curse.” No gift is free, even the ones given out of charity. Gebo is more of an exchange than a gift. To release the locks, what are you willing to do? These fetters will not fall away without work, so one must gather the inspiration and make the decision to change.
This chaplet can be used in a few different ways: 1) visualize that you are destroying your own faults and flaws, causing them to crumble away. With each bead, think of the situation where destruction takes over, giving way to a new beginning for growth and prosperity. 2) Chanting curses. Whenever a curse is performed, use the beads to keep rhythm flowing and to keep focus on the words with each bead. 3) As a curse piece. After the curse has been placed upon it, give it to the person who is the target. Give it to them in kind. Magic can be dirty and underhanded, and this is exactly that.
There's still a chance to enter in the chaplet giveaway! Go to the original giveaway post on our page, like the post, and tag two friends! Winner announced on the 22nd.
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