While oft repeated that the hare was associated with the Anglo-Saxon goddess Eostre, and that pagan symbols were appropriated into theChristian tradition as the Easter Bunny, no primary sources support this myth. It seems to be a modern invention.
Many cultures, including the Chinese, Japanese, and Mexican, see a hare in the pattern of dark patches in the moon (see Moon rabbit); this tradition forms the basis of the Angelo Branduardi song "The Hare in the Moon". The constellation Lepus represents a hare.
One of Aesop's fables tells the story of The Tortoise and the Hare. The hare was regarded as an animal sacred to Aphrodite and Eros because of its high libido. Live hares were often presented as a gift of love.
Go outdoors, relax, speak your words of power that will bring you your hearts desire!
"Please, bring me (your wish here) with perfect timing" or "My wish ------- is coming to me when the time is right." So shall it be.
The three basic points to constructing successful words of power:
-the spoken words of a spell should be an affirmation.
-the words should be specific and positive.
-cast the spell, then let the energy go and let the energy flow.
This life belongs to you! You have the power to choose what to do and the ability to do it well. The secret is in finding inspiration to live the life you desire... but it is not something given to you, inspiration rests within each of us.
Inspired by James Kambos The Witches' Date Book