General Sigils

“My children are protected during trick or treating”

It’s Halloween! (Or, Samhain, if you prefer.) Over on our Tumblr page, we’re taking requests for sigils to celebrate the season, and this one seemed quite timely. Be safe out there! Keep your tricks fun and lighthearted, and your treats delicious.

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“This year’s Samhain celebration will be safe, powerful, and wickedly fun”

If you’re reading this post, chances are that you already know two things about Samhain: 1. It happens on the same night as Halloween. 2. It’s impossible to say it right. (Sol-win? So-win? Sew-in? It’s definitely not Sam-hain, right?) In a nutshell, Samhain is the ancient Gaelic/Celtic end-of-harvest-season festival. It’s kind of like Thanksgiving in

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“This instrument is safe and protected”

Over on our Tumblr page, we get a ton of requests for sigils. Unfortunately, as with any social media platform, this tends to create a backlog. As a result, I tend to combine similar requests into something a bit more broadly applicable. Instead of making a sigil for every bassist, bassoonist, mandolin player, trumpeter, and

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“My anxiety does not control or define me”

One of the most crippling, harmful things about anxiety is the sense of isolation it creates. It can make us feel like we’re completely alone, struggling with an issue that no one else could possibly understand, and even if they could, they would dismiss it as something only a weak, pathetic person would ever care

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“Our love for each other is strong. We will not drift apart.”

Falling in love is easy. It can happen at a glance, a moment of connection that utterly overwhelms both people in ways that we still don’t fully understand. But keeping love going, particularly after that flash of hungry desire begins to fade, isn’t always so easy. It requires effort and intention. That’s what this sigil

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“I can focus my creativity”

Here’s an interesting thought experiment: Think of the most boring, unimaginative person you can. The duller, the better. Imagine that person being locked in a room with only a table, a chair, a box of crayons, and a coloring book. On the table is a note that reads “Complete the coloring book, and you will

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