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Job Spells

by Raven and Crone

Job Interview Spell

January is a great time to seek employment, due to many companies renewing their budgets for workforce expansion. On a computer, create a mock business card with your desired company, your name, and the anticipated position. Bring this together with an Ace of Pentacles tarot image (a real card or one printed from a computer). Light an orange candle sprinkled with cinnamon or nutmeg, and fully visualize your confidence in the interview. You look fabulous and answer all questions with ease. Imagine you are exactly who they are looking for, and they even show you your working area. See yourself happily doing the work you want and receiving excellent compensation. At this point, say out loud your name, your company name and your anticipated position as if it were already here. When interviewing, wear your mock business card, and sprinkle some cinnamon or nutmeg on the soles of your shoes. By: Calantirniel


Take a green handkerchief or a piece of green cloth roughly that size, lay it flat with one of the corners facing you. Place upon it 3 cardamom seed, a bay leaf and a sprig rosemary (or 1 tsp. of dried herb).

These herbs surround you in self-confidence and attract energy. Cardamom sweetens your personality and brings out your natural eloquence. Bay leaves are symbols of success and triumph. Rosemary is a herb of achievement and
mental alertness.

Tie the corners together with a length of string, so that you have a little bundle of herbs.

Before each interview, hold this bundle and visualize yourself walking into the interview room, radiating confidence
imagine yourself being in a position to pick and chose jobs at will.

Carry this to your job interviews. And accept that any rejection is a sign from the universe that the job was not
right for you.

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This article was published on Tuesday 17 March, 2009.
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