We already have two communication spells on the site, namely one to clear up an argument and one to help make contact with a friend. But I figured that it’s a complex area and there are other ways you might want to improve your communication with a little magick. Wednesdays are best for any sort of communication spell.
Forceful Voice Spell
Here is a communication spell that is ideal for helping your boost your confidence and improve your public speaking skills. If you are going to be doing a speech or presentation, try this.
- 1 dark blue candle
- 1 yellow candle
- A big chunk of fresh ginger
- 2 sprigs of fresh thyme
Set up the candles at each end of your altar area and light them. Cut away some of the tough skin of the ginger root, and rub the fresh juice on your finger tips. Hold each hand above one of the candles and let the warmth flow up into your fingers.
Say in a very loud voice:
When I speak
Power hits its peak
My voice is strong
My words are not wrong
Now take one of the thyme sprigs, and burn it in the yellow candle flame. Repeat the words again. Do the same with the blue candle, and say the words loudly.
Move the candles next to each other at this point, and rub some of the ginger root on each one. Now leave them to burn out on their own.
Clear as a Bell
This is a clarity spell to get rid of misunderstandings and to help make yourself better understood when dealing with certain people.
- A silver bell
- Long yellow ribbon
- Strip of paper
Write the name of the person you are dealing with on the paper. If it’s not really a certain person, you could write “my family” or “the people at work” to help gain some clarity with a certain group in your life.
Fold the paper in half once, and then in half again. Draw a pentacle on the top of the folded paper.
Wrap the yellow ribbon around the handle of the bell as many times as it will go. Ring the bell over the folded paper 7 times. Wait for a few minutes, then ring it again for another 7. After a few days, the person (or people) in your spell will start to listen to what you have to say.