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Many lightworkers today have ancestors who were at the start of spiritual evolution, these included the Druids, Pagans, Celtics and early Mystics. There are ancient monuments which our ancestors believed had magical power to heal and restore health. These workshops we will be discovering new and old ways of using psychic tools that our spiritual predecessors used. Ancient myths and rituals often had some practical purpose which we now understand why. In times gone by our ancestors may not have understood spiritual power but they followed their intuitive feeling in that it felt right to do so. The workshops are to awaken your curiosity in showing you points of view with the belief of other spiritual groups.  I will try to be complacent but at times I might feel it is appropriate to state my point of view and explain why. I hope that all of you will take from the workshops which feels right to you and it resonates with your instinct. Within all of us is some sadness of how our ancestors were ridiculed and punished for believing in Mystic spiritual power. We today have freedom to work, talk and engage with others on this once forbidden subject. Our present and future has the opportunity to heal past hurt by using our natural ability to work with spirit.


The beginning  
It may be hard to imagine but our ancestors lived in isolated villages and small towns. This meant that the people hardly met or spoke with others around the country. The world in ancient times was cruel and dull. The forests were dense with travel very difficult, dangerous and taking days or months to visit another town. Clothes and dwellings were plain and simple. There was a high mortality rate in children and adults often did not live over 30 yrs. People were desperate to believe in a high power to lift them out of this gloom.   Nature was the only consistent element that altered with the seasons. Spring, summer, autumn and winter would be primarily the same each year with the animals and plants creating a pattern which the villagers soon understood. Our ancestors developed mutual beliefs in their community on disasters or illness was created by an unseen force. They were desperate to blame someone or something when nature was unkind. Over time they created a belief in doing something to appease the Gods in nature. Often isolated villages developed similar beliefs with their superstitions and rituals the same as other villagers around Britain.   Nature was the start of the belief in intuitive instincts and this has evolved into the spiritual awareness of today.   Out of this chaos healers emerged to help spread the light in dark times.


A Mystic  
Mystic is a person who practices healing and believes in spiritualism, crystals, divination and other psychic tools. It is a New Age word for Lightworker who have a variety of spiritual senses, clairvoyance, mediumship and healer. Many Lightworkers today are working in parallel as a healer and medium.  Many of you are Mystics because you have a range of spiritual gifts which you work with on a daily basis. A Mystic spreads their light to others, which often means the Mystic is a magnet to people needing help or advice. Many Mystics will find complete strangers, children and animals feel comfortable and safe when in the presence of the Mystic’s energy. The Mystic will equally be working with spirit guides, angels and power animals.   A large majority of Mystics have no strict religious beliefs but they take opinions from a variety of religions for example Pagan, Druid, Shaman and Buddhism. Some also follow some of the beliefs of Wiccan, which is not a true religion but a way of working with nature.   A Mystic is a multi-talented lightworker who has evolved over the centuries, now in their prime as an advanced spiritual worker. A mystic can alter and adapt their psychic skills using a mixture of a spiritual practices.   A true Mystic opens their heart to only work with the light.



A Mystic Wand  
The wand may have originated from a talking stick, which was used to indicate who holds the stick can speak. The person who keeps the stick is a person of authority eventually this evolves through time into a king's sceptre.   Sticks have been a useful tool for decades as a walking stick for the infirm, a weapon to beat off robbers and even something as simple as a pointer or beat a drum. The more ornate with decorations and its size often symbolised the importance of the person who was carrying it. Bishops carry a staff to represent their status.   Women in the early years would use a stick to stir their food in a cooking pot. Their stick became personalised with decoration and carvings, which some believed had magic to heal and protect the home. Eventually these "witches" come up with elaborate rituals like drawing pentagrams with their wands. The more ornate the wand the better to impress their customers.     Modern day witches use their wands to create protective grids, cast spells, ground energy and heal. Wands are often personal to the user so handling by others is discouraged.   The Wiccan wand is a phallic masculine symbol.

My Mystic wand homemade from a fallen branch.
Master quartz crystal points at head of end of wand.

How to make a Wiccan wand  
a. Find a well-grown tree with many branches. It is traditional to use oak, willow, or ash wood.  
b. Ask the tree if you can use one of its branches for a wand. Meditate a while to receive an answer. If you feel guilt, the tree said 'No'. You must find another tree. If not, it said 'Yes'  
c. Carefully cut a sturdy branch using a sharp knife called a boline which is a traditional Wiccan ritual tool. Make sure to make a clean, straight cut.  
d.  Thank the tree for its sacrifice. Add an offering of water.  
e.  Sand off the bark to get a smooth surface all around.  
f.   Use a sharp knife to whittle a handle.  
g.  Carve runes into the wand, saying the properties of the rune as you sketch it.  
h.  Add a pointed quartz crystal at the tip, gluing it down using super glue.  
i.   Decorate with silver wire, crystals or ribbon.


Witches Tools 
 
The Bell
  - clear & increase energy at the beginning or end of a ritual.  
Broom
- sweeping energy & spiritual barrier keeping negativity away.  
Candles -Different colours used for variety of rituals/blessings.  
Cauldron
-Used for mixing herbs & burning incense.  
Crystals and Gems
- help with love, abundance and protection.  
Divination Tools
- Pendulum, crystal ball, Runes, Tarot or angel cards.  
Herbs, dried plants and spices - Used dry as potpourri or sometimes burnt.  Various combinations of herbs, plants and spices that give perfume to aid your intention.   Incense - Same as herbs, incense are used for cleansing and clearing.  
Book Of Shadows
- A personal journal to record your thoughts, feelings and favourite blessings.   Sea Salt - For cleansing objects. 
Statues - Any objects that give you a focal point for spiritual purpose.  
Wands - For projecting your energies to help yourself and others.


Spells or Affirmations
Many of you already do affirmations which are a strong spiritual healer and cleanser for the mind. Affirmations hold their power by influencing the person’s mind; thoughts can harm or heal the physical and soul body. The old fashioned word for affirmations is spells, both carry the intent on what the person wishes to happen. Some people like to add objects to increase the intention of the spell or affirmation.   Always ensure you are in a good mood and not feeling sad or low when doing an affirmation. A word of warning when doing spells or affirmations if your intent is to do harm of any sort, then the spell will reverse and back fire on the person doing it.



Mystic workshop discovering ancient tools of our spiritual past.
Learn skills and beliefs of the Celtic, Wiccan, Druid and Pagan people.
Connect with nature and Power animal spirit guides to empower your spiritual gifts. Work with runes, Celtic Ogham, crystals, candles and herbs. Improve your wealth, health and relationships with affirmation spells & your intention.
Invoke the help of ancient Gods & Goddesses. Learn ways to bring happiness, confidence & self-worth for you and others.
Discover spiritual secrets of Glastonbury & Stonehenge & their importance to mankind. Restore balance within your home, workplace & garden with the help of the nature elements.

Open & heal your heart to receive Mystic love & light.  

£ 20.00 per session
 (12 sessions) 
Includes: work manual, practical & theory sessions & Certificate  



Candles  
For centuries candles have been burned to attract desired emotions, material wealth, or karma. Candles can be one of the most effective tools used for meditation, rituals and other ceremonies. The size of the candle is not important but the colour and your intention is. A white candle can be used to represent a colour by placing on a coloured surface and crystals or objects to show your intention.   The candle contains all the basic elements of earth, wind, fire and water, earth is represented in the wax, water the melted wax, the flame fire and the air is the smoke. Traditionally, candles should be lit with matches and not be blown out so as not to upset the Salamanders the fire elementals.  

Black:
Use with extreme care – must be in a positive frame of mind. Used in rituals to attract negative energy to be burnt or sent elsewhere! Can be used to banish evil or negativity as in uncrossing rituals; attracts Saturn energy.

Blue: Used to obtain wisdom, harmony, inner light, or peace; confers truth and guidance. Other uses include healing, sleep, creativity, perception, calming wisdom, truth, loyalty, dreams, and the examination of emotions.

Blue (Light): used to increase peace, tranquillity, patience, and calmness. Opens up the mind to be truthful of what they fear to say, brings inner peace. It radiates Aquarian energy and can be used in devotional or inspirational meditations.

Brown: Used to eliminate indecisiveness and improve powers of concentration, study, and/or telepathy. Said to increases financial success. Also represents the home. Believed to help Capricorn people will be more successful in their career.

Green: Promotes prosperity, fertility, and success. Stimulates good luck, can increase money, harmony, and rejuvenation. Also represents Healing, health, and growth. Attracts Goddess Venus; attracts love, and social delights.

Green (Dark): Represents ambition, greed, and jealousy. Used to deflect psychic attack and counteract these influences in a ritual. Also relates to personal goals.

White: Can be used for any spell, healing or blessings. White can be replace any other colour.