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Protective Magical Measures, Herbcraft, and Mojo Bag Making

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The Living Gallery

1094 Broadway

Brooklyn, NY 11221

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A part of the Protective Spellwork & Talisman Making Workshop
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Taught by: Mer Esseili

Mer is a witchy artist who divides her time between reading, making things, and surviving existential dread.
You can see some of her art here.
And preview a book she co-authored, here.

In a world where we are bombarded with negativity it is essential to practice self care. This type of magical maintenance allows you to feel secure, safe, and strong so you can remain open to life. Protective measures don't mean closing yourself off from the outside world; just the opposite. When we have healthy boundaries in place we know how much we can give to others. It keeps us in fighting form and gives us shelter to return to when those boundaries become blurry.

When we feel down (physically, mentally, emotionally) we cannot do our magical life work. This class will cover some simple ways to alleviate stress (whatever that means to you) and strengthen you so you can show up fully for whatever may come.

To be covered in class:

  • Identifying where you want to incorporate protective magical measures in your life. Are you an overwhelmed empath who needs emotional space? Does your home/studio/job give you negative vibes? Are physical stresses like insomnia or headaches bothering you?

  • Basic Sigil making (how to start, where to place them, different methods of utilization)

  • Protective Herbs and Essential Oils

  • Making your own mojo bag

  • Combining the different tools above in a way that allows you to keep up with it regardless of your lifestyle via daily offerings, cleansing your space, special talismans/jewelry, etc.

Please bring a notebook and pen!

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