Posts By: Sigilist

“I am at ease and comfortable around new people.”

For many of us, meeting new people is a uniquely awkward experience. Making eye contact, mastering the back-and-forth of conversation, and tuning out that crippling inner voice of self doubt can make even small talk at a casual gathering an almost painful test of endurance. Like most things, this improves with practice. This sigil is

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“Even in depression, I will find inspiration.”

At some point in our lives, we’ll all face depression. Losing a job, money troubles, illness, the death of a loved one, or even that all-too-common feeling of personal stagnation, can weigh down even the most optimistic of us. It’s nothing to be ashamed of — depression happens for a reason — but it’s also

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Sigil Cover: “I attract positive and lasting relationships into my life”

Almost exactly a year ago, our Tumblr fan @tommysaysblahh was so inspired by the idea of sigilcraft that they shared an awesome first-time attempt with SigilDaily. In honor of that (and as an excuse to keep doing these “cover versions” of community-submitted sigils, which are a heck of a lot of fun to do), here’s

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Sigil Cover: “I will have more positive energy”

One of SigilDaily’s Tumblr followers, @askthewitchwithwanderlust, posted an awesome first-time sigil earlier today. They also gave us a cool shout out, so we’re returning the favor with “cover” version of that sigil, just for kicks. Here it is: Head over to @askthewitchwithwanderlust to see the original.

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SigilDaily featured on Horoscope.com

In the world of the pop-culture occult, Horoscope.com is about as mainstream as it gets. As it turns out, they’ve also been paying attention to the rising trend of sigil magick. Last week, they reached out us here at SigilDaily to use an image or two on a piece they were writing. A few pithy

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Sigil Cover: “My anxiety disperses quickly”

Here’s another “cover” version of a reader-submitted sigil from our Tumblr page, this time from @tommysaysblahh. Take a look: Here’s the original, which is quite interesting in its own right:

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