Today at the pharmacy to pick up the antibiotics, I walked past a leopard snuggie and I HAD to have it. Yes indeed, I’m snuggled up in my leopard snuggie as we speak.
But, it doesn’t stop there. On my way home from the pharmacy I decided to stop at the mall and pick up a Quan Yin statue.
Don’t ask me how I knew there was one at the mall. I don’t know. Unbelievably, I happened to find it there in a little home decor shop.
A little legend info on Quan Yin: Quan Yin is a shortened form of a name that means One Who Sees and Hears the Cry from the Human World. Her Chinese title signifies, “She who always observes or pays attention to sounds,” i.e., she who hears prayers. Sometimes possessing eleven heads, she is surnamed Sung-Tzu-Niang-Niang, “lady who brings children.” She is goddess of fecundity as well as of mercy. Worshipped especially by women, this goddess comforts the troubled, the sick, the lost, the senile and the unfortunate.
Thankfully, she comforts the senile. Because, I’m also thinking of doing this little spell my friend sent me.
Fertility Potion #7 – Ruby
1. Place a ruby in a glass and cover it with spring water on the night of the Full Moon.
2. Leave it overnight, exposed to the moonbeams.
3. In the morning, drink the water.
Oh, and I have a manifestation reading with a psychic set up for Thursday afternoon.
Does anyone know when the next full moon is? Cause, I think I may actually be serious about this.