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Jan 07, 2021
I write blog posts like this one, short and long fiction, and even some poetry from time to time. Sometimes the words don’t come. Sometimes the words come and they’re awful. On some bright occasions the words aren’t half bad, and a little polish is all they need to go from being a dull rock to a gem.
Recently though, the well of inspiration seemed to have not just dried up, but bricked over itself and put up a sign saying it was out of business. When staring at blank pages and painfully carving out one letter after another wasn’t doing it, I turned to witchcraft. You can create words and then pages and then books with just a pen and some paper or a computer screen and nimble fingers. And you can help yourself write better with just a couple of things lying around on your desk. Well, and some salt. This is a spell after all.
I use this stuff alone in a bottle to keep at my desk and shake when I need a little help, but it can also be stored as a spell ingredient for future writing/creativity spells.
Beware, this could stain whatever you use to mix it. It stained my white mortar!
What you’ll need:
If you want to use this to inspire visual art such as drawing and painting, either make the same salt or incorporate some materials from your art process such as crushed dry watercolours and crumbled chalk.
Read the following incantation, preferably aloud, while focusing on the benefits you desire from the salt. You might choose to do this before or after bottling it. If you’re not into incantations, do whatever you prefer.
Forged with passion for my craft
Bring new muses, make them last
When all inspiration’s gone
Provide the spark to drive me on
As I will it, so will it be.
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