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Kodamas (木霊): are mythical spirits of Japan, inhabitants of the thick woods. They usually have a human appearance and each individual is unique in appearance and personality. It is said that can occur in non-human forms, and can appear as beautiful or terrible as they wish. Most cases appear to have an adorable look.

Kodamas (木霊): are mythical spirits of Japan, inhabitants of the thick woods. They usually have a human appearance and each individual is unique in appearance and personality. It is said that can occur in non-human forms, and can appear as beautiful or terrible as they wish. Most cases appear to have an adorable look.

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Of course I’ll hurt you. Of course you’ll hurt me. Of course we will hurt each other. But this is the very condition of existence. To become spring, means accepting the risk of winter. To become presence, means accepting the risk of absence. Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, The Little Prince (via flamingariel)

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listen,
you a wonder.
you a city
of a woman.
you got a geography
of your own.
listen,
somebody need a map
to understand you.
somebody need directions
to move around you.
listen,
woman,
you not a noplace
anonymous
girl;
mister with his hands on you
he got his hands on
some
damn
body!
What the Mirror Said by Lucille Clifton  (via seashells4teeth)

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To spiritually clean a building with the intention of clearing away spiritual messes, you should work from the back toward the front, and from the top of each room to the bottom. Clear one room at a time and finish by washing outward at the front door. Along the way wash each window frame as well, and if there are
baseboards, clean them too. The ceiling and walls may be given a wipe-down — either wet or dry, depending on the type of covering. As each room is cleared, light a small white candle and say a prayer. Some folks also bum Camphor Resin Incense or Van Van Incense in any rooms they feel were particularly messed up.

Upon arriving at the front door, the entrance area is given special consideration. It may be swept out with a broom while wet, then sprinkled with Salt or mixed Salt and Pepper to keep away unwanted visitors, or it may be “double washed and sealed” — washed once in the outward direction to remove crossed conditions, sealed in a five-spot pattern (the four comers and the center) with Protection Oil to stop the return of evil, then washed a second time in the inward direction, to draw
in desired love, money, health, and friends. If the premises need strong protection, the windows are each given a protective “five-spot” as well.

-Hoodoo Rootwork Correspondence Course by Catherine Yronwode (via hoodoo-seed)

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