Talisman Blessing Ceremony



This coming Sunday we have our annual talisman blessing activity at Circle of Light, so I thought I would take a moment to explain what a talisman is to those that don’t know. A talisman is an item whose focus is on helping us attract the things that we are build towards in our lives. For example, if one wanted to attract a particular type of spirit guide for a particular goal, then imbuing a talisman with that intent would be a good way to go about attracting that kind of being.

Talismans are different than amulets. Amulets are items that serve to repel certain energies, or ward against undesired energies. For example, if you were going to be going into a situation that was very energetically toxic, then an amulet against accumulating said energies would be wise.

It is recommended that you bring your own talisman to the service Sunday night, but if you don’t have one, we will have ones for you at the service that you can charge and keep to assist you on the next step of your spiritual path. I encourage everyone to take the next several hours until the event to determine what a good talisman would be, and then bring it to the service.

We will be doing a guided meditation to charge all of the talismans that people bring that night. This is important to note because the more people that participate, the greater the effect. As you may know, the energy that is imbued into a talisman is exponentially enhanced by the more people that send energy, so when we collectively do this, we are getting the assistance of all present, and they are getting our assistance. This amplifies what we are doing, and can have profoudn consequences.

Usually talismans are necklaces or rings, but really they can be anything. At one point in my life I simply had a clear quartz crystal that I used to contact the finer planes, so truly anything is possible. As always, if there are any questions, please just say the word. I look forward to seeing you Sunday, and remember, this is an annual event that usually occurs in June, so if you miss this one, there’s always next year.


Rev Bill

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