Do you love to make a wish? Then wishing stones may just be for you!
I have a few that I have collected myself at beaches, but you can also buy these magical tools if you wished, or find them in perhaps a stream, or just about anywhere that has a collection of natures stones.
Two of mine are pictured here. So what makes a 'stone' a wishing one?
As with many things in life, there are many schools of thought.
Some say that they must be one colour, with one single, unbroken band around that stone.
For me the above is too rigid, and my two stones literally 'spoke' to me. Yes, they have white bands around them, but there is more than one.
So how does one go about activating your wish?
One way is to trace your finger around the white line while putting your wish out into the Universe, with your eyes closed. Then you can put it back or throw into the sea/river depending on where you found it, or give it to another person for the wish to activate.
The two pictured I saved, as in kept them to use for wishes at a later date.
Your intent with anything is the most important thing, and how you action it is up to you, just do what feels right for your soul.
You could make a wish for someone you love too, or gift one to someone for them to make a wish!
There are different names and traditions around these stones.
They are natural stones (any type) that have a hole, made naturally by water, that go through it.
Names for them include hag (witch) stone, fairy stone, Odin stone, holy stone and adder stone.
I just love how cool they look and that they are associated with the element of water.
They can be used as symbols to protect (hag and adder) or legend has it that if you look through the hole you will see into the fairy realms (fairy stone).
Witches (hag) stones can be used in spell work for things like love, pregnancy and to help heal you whilst you sleep allowing in positive and trans formative energy. Many moons ago cultures used them to protect against witches magic that was thrown their way.
I have two of mine in the picture above, one with a ribbon though a large hole, so that I can hang it up.
Whatever energy you associate with them, I think they are fun and great objects to have, that nature has created and can be marveled over!
When I started doing intuitive readings, I was guided by my intuition to create these, my own little owl way of divination and giving someone a really important soul message.
I used to charge them up in the moonlight, and then connected with the universe to personally write words on them intuitively for someone needing guidance, that crossed my path.
I then placed them in a little silk bag for a client that would pick one out or I would on their behalf if I was 'reading' remotely. They also got to take them away with them once their reading was over if they saw me in my little Owl cave.
I am busy creating another set with Irish stones that I have been collecting from beaches, so keep an eye on the page for when I start using them!
It could also be an idea for you, as a final empowering thought, to create your own little set so that you can empower yourself daily with words!
I hope that enjoyed this little posting as much as I enjoyed writing it.
Do you have any of the above stones? How do you use them? What do they mean to you?
I would also love to know if you decide to create your own little 'owl' stones and how they work out for you
Thank you for being here, you are so magical and worthy