This is the talisman for you if you’ve reached a place of clarity around why you habitually used alcohol, substances, toxic behaviour or any repeated pattern to self sabotage unconsciously or consciously. Maybe you want to increase this clarity, to become more aware of whats motivating your resourcing of certain behaviours when shit gets tough. If you’re at the point in your life where you are ready to choose yourself again and again, over the often more socially and culturally endorsed choice of choosing a drink / drugs / to suppress yourself and make your true self smaller, this little gold and glass jug may well be your missing companion on this ride.
This talisman has been created from a vintage solid gold piece, transformed into a magickal talisman through specific ritual magick at a carefully astrologically elected time.
You may well see scratches, dents and small marks on your talisman due to its age and former life. This only adds to the authenticity and unique nature of the piece. None of the Ouroboros Limited Editions are brand new and each piece is carefully inspected by our master goldsmith and jeweler in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter. He then refurbishes each piece to wearable condition, polishes and securely solders the jump ring in place.
So much more than a piece of jewellery, this talisman is a personal piece of magickal power.
The final image is a picture taken of your talisman during the magickal ritual.
From astrologer, Haley Smith – 31 October 2021, 12:39PM:
Blessed on Halloween, these talismans are full of energies that support deep healing and self-inquiry, love and compassion for oneself, and solid, unwavering commitment to the implementation of new habits.
Capricorn was ascending at the hour these talismans were blessed. This is a sign that brings deeply welcome medicine on the path of sobriety. With this sign, we are strengthened in our capacity to commit to initiations of change in our lives – and brings the staying power necessary to see these changes through.
The ascendant forms a harmonious tie to the moon in Virgo. Virgo speaks to themes of devotion, discipline, and the power of incremental change. Where others may fall under the sway of get-healed-quick gospel, Virgo invites us to roll up our sleeves, and tenderly dedicate ourselves to the daily, perhaps mundane, and totally necessary details and decisions that inform our everyday habits. An earth sign traditionally associated with herbalists, midwives, and healers of all kinds, Virgo shows us that the medicine is often in the mundane. Professions like herbalism and midwifery are incredibly detail-oriented – that is to say, deep presence and awareness of that work is a massive part of their medicine. These talismans invite us into deep presence with ourselves.
Chiron, the master healer and liberator, falls in the 2nd house here, forming a harmonious tie to stabilizing, disciplined Saturn in the 1st house of self, identity, and the body. Chiron’s placement in the 2nd house is a powerful ally and hand to hold when navigating a new, changing relationship with one’s body. With Chiron here, we can find deep healing in all things pleasurable, sensuous, and somatic – as well as redefining our relationship with pleasure in things that amplify our wellbeing, rather than draw from it.
These and more celestial relationships in the chart serve to strengthen sobriety’s invitation of presence and devotion to one’s well-being – of being in conversation with oneself in new ways, and staying committed to the vow of health.