Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Good fortune. Get inspired and try out new things.
Sometimes we all need a little extra luck in our lives! Whether it’s finding a little extra cash in your pocket to improve your finances, a confidence boost before an important meeting, or just a ray of sunshine on a cloudy day. If you need some inspiration for your good luck rituals at home, here are a few ways that you can create a little bit of extra good luck for yourself when you need it the most. Spell jars are an easy way to manifest your desired effect with few ingredients.
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The party is finally here... Justina from La Boheme Magique and Anna from Frosted Petunias came up with such a fun idea for a blog party ~ everyone who loves the movie Practical Magic was invited to do a blog...
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Have you ever wondered how you can be the lucky one? Is there anything you can do to increase your luck? The answer may surprise you. There are ways that seem to help good fortune come your way. It could be your lucky day!
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The golden wheel dream-book and fortune-teller : being the most complete work on fortune-telling and interpreting dreams ever printed, containing an alphabetical list of dreams, with their…
Golden Wheel Fortune Teller chart, hand-colored, inserted at front
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We all need some good luck now and then and combining a spell with an intention is a powerful way to bring good fortune into your life. Here are five spells for good fortune for all ages and a list of good omens. Try them out and bring luck into your life!
Local entrepreneur Laura Graham, creator of Kobbi® (http://www.kobbi.com) and president of LaGram, Inc., will help Portland-area women discover and celebrate the benefits of thankful living at the Northwest Women’s Show, October 20-22 at the Oregon Convention Center. Kobbi – the art, the practice, and the symbols – is Laura’s own unique expression of a common understanding known throughout human history, yet all too often lost in the bustle of modern life: that being thankful is the key to…
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