Wishing Wall

“If you could wave a magic wand and change your life, what would you wish for?”                        (Be specific, don’t censor yourself, imagine all the possibilities…!)

A wishing well is a term from folklore to describe a well where wishes are granted. There is a Nordic myth about Mímir’s Well, also known as the “Well of Wisdom.” This well granted seekers infinite wisdom provided they sacrificed something of value. Odin, ruler of Asgard, wanted to receive the wisdom to see the future and understand why things are the way they are. To receive this insight, he had to sacrifice his right eye.

So, here is your own virtual wishing WALL. Post your “wish” on this wall. Sometimes we ask for things but stand in our own way of receiving it. So, like Odin, you may also write what you want to let go of that you know is holding you back: a bad habit, a fear, something that doesn’t serve your vision. “Everyone wants to go to Heaven, but no one wants to die.” Whatever you need to release, leave it on the page, and in return stay tuned for the electric new energy that awaits you.

Our wishes and dreams gain power when we have support from others. Not all of us have people in our corner cheering us on towards victory. I hold that space for you here. I will respond to all posts and co-affirm your vision; it is said whatsoever two people ask shall be granted. Others who read these wishes, please leave a word of encouragement for those courageous enough to share their heart’s desire. Let’s help serve as beacons of light and love for others until eventually the world is illuminated! Owww!

3 thoughts on “Wishing Wall”

  1. I wish to have a life filled with love, adventure, and authentic connection with myself and others! Oh and throw a transformative, inspiring trip to India in there 🙂

  2. I wish the next chapter of the crossover fan fiction Justice League of Amazons: Dragonborn will come out tomorrow.

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