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A Money Bowl

By PaganismNo Comments

Money bowls bring wealth to you and your home. They originate in Chinese culture and Feng Shui. The practice of money bowls has recently become popular among Witches, Pagans, Spiritualists and other groups in the UK.

Here is my money bowl:

Good items to put in a Money Bowl include:

  • A green candle – The colour green being associated with money. (Interesting sidenote: in China the colour red is associated with wealth.)
  • Rice – Due to its historic Chinese association with wealth.
  • Cinnamon – Either sticks, ground Cinnamon or essential oil. Cinnamon is associated with money and abundance.
  • Crystals – I’ve used a Citrine point. But you can also use green stones like Adventurine and Malachite. Loadstones are great for attraction (as they are naturally magnetic), if you have them.
  • Bay Leaves – Associated with prosperity.
  • Symbols of money or wealth – Including coins and notes of the currency.
  • Chilli Flakes or Ginger – To give it a magical boost.

Making a money bowl is fun. But it’s important to not make it and then forget about it. Money bowls work by constantly feeding it your energy on a daily basis. So each day try to spend some time with it. Add items, talk to it, meditate with it, do whatever feels right.

It is inadvisable to take items out of your money bowl, as symbolically it is like subtracting wealth.

Every now and then you’ll need to refresh your money bowl to keep it being effective at drawing in the wealth.

Write soon,


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My Law of Attraction Wishes & Goals

By Books & Authors, Creativity, Friends & Family, Gay, Gigs & Shows, Happiness & Joy, Health, Home, Inspiration, Life, Love & Relationships, Money / Finances, Music & Radio, Nature, Paganism, Thinking, TV, Online Streaming & FilmsNo Comments

In my last post: My View on The Law of Attraction – Including Pro/Cons Lists, I discussed The Law of Attraction in great detail. Thinking about The Law of Attraction was useful in terms of me developing some wishes and goals for my life. Here they are, some may not appear to be realistic, but The Law of Attraction encourages you to think and feel big, so that’s exactly what I’ve done here:


  1. My Diabetes is in perfect control.
  2. I sleep well. I have plenty of energy.
  3. I’m healthy and happy.
  4. I relax regularly.
  5. I always have plenty of food available to me.


  1. I have millions of pounds in the bank.
  2. I am financially secure and prosperous.
  3. I have active subscriptions to Disney+, Amazon Prime, Amazon Music and Netflix.


  1. I own a home with a garage and garden.
  2. I always feel safe and love at home.
  3. I live near Rivington.
  4. My home is always clean and tidy. I have a cleaner that helps with this.


  1. I spend my days writing books, blog posts and articles, working 7am to 3pm, Monday to Wednesday (3 days a week).
  2. I spend one day a week (Thursday) doing addiction counselling.

Social / Romantic Relationships:

  1. I have a secure and happy relationship with a handsome, kind and funny man. I marry this man.
  2. My family, friends and husband are happy and supportive of me.
  3. I regularly do fun things with family, friends and my husband including: theatre trips, music gigs and comedy shows.
  4. I go on holiday twice a year, one holiday in the UK and one holiday abroad. Both holidays are enjoyable, places of beauty with lots of fun things to do.


  1. I feel connected to the universe. 
  2. All of my spells are successful.

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The Cost of Living Crisis

By Money / Finances, Political, ThinkingNo Comments
Image Copyright © Sye Watts/Antony Simpson, 2014.

I’m not generally a fan of the word crisis. It is used far too frequently in the sensationist media. But the cost of living in the UK is definitely heading towards a crisis point.

The costs of the basics, food, water, shelter, electricity and clothing is rising at an alarming rate and much higher than people’s wages. Add to this a rise in Taxes (National Insurance). Some of the poorest in our society are simply put not going to make ends meet.

But it doesn’t have to be this way. Our openly corrupt Government could make some different choices, ones that would help all. For example, they could:

  • Scrap the planned rise in National Insurance Tax (due in April 2022).
  • Reduce or Scrap the taxes raised on Food and Fuel. This action alone would benefit everyone and significantly reduce people’s outgoings.

But the rich, those who are most resilience to increases in the cost of living, decide our fiscal policies. They have no idea what it is like to be poor or to struggle.

I can only hope that the economy starts to nose dive and that they make some real decisions then to deal with the cost of living crisis.

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Wonderful Websites – Money

By Money / Finances, The WebNo Comments
wonderful-websites-image This is the fourth blog post in a series titled Wonderful Websites. The first focused on general health and can be read here. The second focused on mental health and mental illness and can be read here. The third post focused on shopping and can be read here.

Here is a list of Wonderful Websites for money:

1. Money Saving Expert is packed with information all about money. Saving it. Borrowing it. Earning it. There’s too many useful sections of this website to name them all, but I like the bit about consumer rights, their campaigning for PPI and the online forum.

2. Go Compare is my number one price comparison site. My car insurance renewal is always cheaper on Go Compare than other price comparison websites. You can also compare prices of home insurance, home utilities, travel insurance, broadband and other things.

3. uSwitch gives me the best electricity prices and make moving from one company to another hassle free.

4. The Money Advice Service is a Government funded website filled with information covering: debt & borrowing, homes & mortgages, budgeting & saving, work & benefits, retirement, family, cars & travel and insurance.

5. Financial Ombudsman deals with disputes between customers and companies providing financial products. So if you’ve had a bad experience and feel you’ve been treated unfairly, first complain to the company. If you get no satisfactory conclusion then you can make a complaint to the Financial Ombudsman.

6. Skint Dad gives some really good ideas for saving money, earning money and deals on cheap food.

Have I missed a great money website off the list above? If so, leave a comment below and let me know.

In the next post in my Wonderful Websites series I will list websites for Gigs, Shows and Theatres.

Blog soon,



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