This Servant shows us how best to communicate.
It encourages us to aim to be always open to what life may be trying to tell us.
The Messenger is a sign that someone, or something, is trying to communicate with you and that perhaps you aren’t giving the message your full attention. Sometimes we can be so wrapped up in an event that we just can’t see the good news in front of us. However, this Servant can also be a sign that you aren’t facing up to some truth that you’d prefer to ignore, or you are refusing to see someone else’s point of view on a topic. Is there something that people aren’t allowed to speak about to you? Are there topics that you refuse to talk about? Are there areas of your life that you won’t discuss with others?
The Messenger is a general indicator for you to listen, and become more open to the communication going on around you. Try to make sure that you are heeding, receiving and being receptive to all messages that are coming your way. Someone is trying to tell you something, but are you listening?
The Messenger is useful for any magick work that involves communications, such as sending or receiving emails, giving talks or presentations, any sort of public speaking, writing blogs, or any sort of journalism. Also helpful when trying to get through to someone on a particular topic or idea. This Servant can be used to get people talking again after arguments, or when communication between two parties breaks down.
The Messenger is also effective in finding a channel to get a message to someone whom you have been long out of touch with and are not sure how to contact again. It is even useful when the other person is refusing to communicate with you. To ask The Messenger to deliver a message, simply write it down on a piece of paper, fold it over and put the person’s name on it. Then make a candle offering to The Messenger in front of its image or sigil. When the candle has burned down nearly completely use the flame to burn the paper with your message written on it. Then blow or throw the remaining ash into the wind.
For more information on THE MESSENGER including its
Prayer, Mantra and Keywords see The Grimoire Of The Forty Servants
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