healthadvocate wrote:how was i begging for a spell? as i get more information i merely want to integrate it
This is what I was referring to, bolded, italicized, and underlined below.
healthadvocate wrote:Is this to be used in conjunction with this?
And if so... how?
You should, as a poster here, be capable enough to sort that end of things out on your own. If not, you would be best served contacting someone who offers their magical assistance to folks on a professional basis. At EM, we're collectively focused on creating conversations that facilitate magical learning rather than simple requests for easy answers. I hope this mention proves to be clarificative.
healthadvocate wrote:Isin any case i've done some further research and found out that the sigil may be used as described in the link above or it may be placed in areas that you would like elubatel's current to flow... so if you have a home office you may like to place the sigil there... if you do presentations to clients on your iPad then you may like to use it as a screensaver or place a sticker on the back... etc... i'm sure there are more ways to use this sigil... although these seem pretty good ideas for now and probably translate to all/most sigils IMO
This is true, in my experience. You can place the sigil on your altar, in your wallet, mark it upon your skin, etc. as a means of letting the current sink in. You can get as creative as you like in the use thereof. The creation of magical talismans can prove to be very useful in the end, so too is the creation of magical oils or salves blessed by said current.
Your success in such ventures is greatly dependent upon how skilled you are at working with the current in question, and so that is a useful piece of information to keep in mind.