Posts By: Sigilist

“I Can Cry When I Need To”

For a lot of people, expressing emotion doesn’t come easily. Crying, in particular, is a real challenge. Even though you’re well aware of the need to cry, and desperate for the emotional release of a good sob, the tears just won’t come. It’s a surprisingly frustrating experience, particularly in times of intense stress or sadness.

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A Glimpse At The Sigilist’s Notebook

Here’s a fun peek behind the curtain of our sigil-creation process. SigilDaily has a fairly actively Tumblr page, and when we returned from our winter break we decided it would be fun to take a bunch of requests from our Tumblr followers. This tends to result in a flood of requests — usually a few

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“I Radiate Positivity And Healing”

Have you ever met a person that just seemed to glow with warmth, compassion, and understanding? Just by spending a little time with them, you somehow feel better. You’re more at ease. You can relax, let your guard down, and just be yourself in ways that can prove impossible around even your best friends. Those

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“I Appear More Masculine”

Our society is in the middle of an awkward and confusing — and often painful — renegotiation of what the very concept of “gender” should mean. It’s easy to have a reactionary response to this. After all, we’ve had largely static definitions of what it means to be “masculine” and “feminine” for thousands of years,

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“I Begin University With Focus And Tenacity”

Heading off to college is an exciting, overwhelming thing. Adolescence is officially over, and while you’re not quite part of the workaday adult world, you’re closer than you’ve ever been before. At the same time, college also provides you with a world of distractions and freedoms that you’ve never had before. There are parties to

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“I Am Motivated In Math”

This sigil was requested by one of our Tumblr followers, who wanted a little help keeping focused in math class. That’s a struggle that many of us are all too familiar with, I suspect. Perhaps the very act of writing this sigil on a math notebook could serve as a reminder of the desire to

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