Good Luck Blessing


  • 2 blue candles
  • Tiger’s eye
  • Blue agate
  • Aventurine
  • A feather

This is a simple blessing for good luck. Actually more specifically, it's for when you're going to be going into a potentially troublesome situation, and don’t want trouble (ex. a party where some people there could be bothersome).

The feather that is used should be one that was taken without pain, that is, one that the bird did not suffer to provide. This can be one that was dropped from the bird naturally, or similarly given by nature itself not one that was stolen or taken against the bird's will.

You light two blue candles, and place them about shoulder length apart in front of you. Then taking a tiger-eye, a blue agate, and an aventurine, place them in a triangle between the candles. Then take your feather and lay it under the stone triangle in front of you. Kneel, and relax (basic preparation). Then open a basic circle.

Now place your hands out straight near the flames of the candle and say:
“Oh blessed be, oh gods of fire,
Burn away my dark desires
Through the warmth that burns so free
Let violence change now to peace”

Then taking the feather in your casting hand, hold it close to you, and focusing your energies into it, say:
"Blessed be thou, of Goddess of love, look in favor upon me as I venture into danger. Leave not my side and aid me in my time of need."

Then taking the feather again, pass the tip over the stones, focusing on the energy being absorbed into the feather, and say:
"Through these stones, let your goodness be done.
Where no pain has befallen let no blood be shed
Where no evil exists let none surmount
Where no malice is meant, let none be formed
Where love is lost, let now be found
I go in peace, I go in play
Through your goodness, let these feelings never stray.
So mote be it."

Then take the feather tip, and again trace the pentagram on your chest, focusing on the energies flowing into your spirit, saying:
"Blessed be my eyes that I may see your beauty.
Blessed be my ears that I may hear your good works
Blessed be my skin that I may feel your presence in my life
Blessed be my feet that I may never stray from your path
Blessed be my spirit that I may be deserving of your graces.
Blessed be — blessed be — blessed be."

Then place the candle back down, and close the circle.