Spell for Business Success
Perform this spell during a waxing Moon, preferably over Beltane.
Light a green candle on your altar. Place a bill of any denomination on the altar. Tip the candle so that a drop of the wax falls onto the bill.
Write on a piece of green paper the name of your business (or your own name), the present year and the amount of income you wish to gain from this venture in the next twelve months. Place the piece of paper under the bill, and place both under the candle.
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Now cast your circle: light a white candle and walk slowly round the circle to cleanse its energy.
Walk widdershins (counter-clockwise) and whisk negative energies out of the circle with your besom or a branch (one that has fallen naturally and still has live shoots on it). Walk deosil (clockwise), waving burning sage to reinforce the Fire and Air energies.
Add a few pinches of salt to the water then walk deosil around the circle, sprinkling the water on it to reinforce Earth and Water energies.
Walk to the East of the circle and say: I welcome thee, Wind – your breezes renew my venture.
Walk to the North of the circle and say: I welcome thee, Earth – your depth sustains my efforts.
Walk to the South of the circle and say: I welcome thee, Fire – you inflame my passions for my work.
Walk to the West of the circle and say: I welcome thee, Water – you flow to me my wealth.
Stand in the middle of your circle. When you are ready recite the following;
Welcome, Elements, to my Circle of Light!
Call upon Rosmurta, Celtic Goddess of business success.
Come, Rosmurta, and ensure my success
Light the highest way for this new business
Grant me the wisdom, the plans and the Knowing
To birth in this enterprise a wealth steady growing.
So Mote it Be.
Retrieve the piece of paper from under the candle and burn it in the candle flame, saying:
Into the ethers I release thee
Into the air you’re now set free
Return to me in solid matter
Return to me my business prosperity!
So Mote it Be.
Close the circle. Keep a running log of all the good that comes to your business each day – each new client or customer, every bit of income, every lesson learned.