Day 6 – Mini Release Program – March by Silver RavenWolf

Dawn outside in Ritual Circle – Louisa Lolly poses for today’s publicity pic!  A chicken’s gotta do what a chicken’s gotta do!

And a happy, magickal day to you!  Every night at 8:00 PM EDT my friends and I work candle magick to heal the sick, lessen the fear, and help others worldwide.  Requests for assistance are posted on one of my Whisper Magick FB pages.  Here’s a pic of last night’s candle magick.


The crystal came from a coven sister living in Colorado years ago.  The candles I am using were a handcrafted gift from a coven sister in Texas.  I think utilizing their gifts for such a good cause makes each item extra special!  My candle mat is one I stitched by hand, using colorful layers of felt on a black base.  So easy to do and so contemplative.  You can pack lots of magick into those stitches!  The bells in the background were a flea market find — a lucky purchase for a couple of bucks.

That’s what I have always loved about Braucherei, Spiritism, and Granny Magick — you use what you have, what you can find outdoors, or what has been given to you– and if you work with something gifted — it carries double power.  Whether or not that is true, it certainly makes you feel good when you apply the item to your enchantment!

Today’s Challenge — Is super, super easy.  Today is all about the 3-minute dash!  I developed this fun activity years ago for the Great Release Program.  All you do is set your timer for 3 minutes and run around the house completing as many tasks as possible in that 3 minute time.  You can use your watch, a stop-watch, or like me — an egg timer (no kidding).  You can just run around willy-nilly and do what you can in those 180 seconds (which is fun) or you can target the dash:  How many towels can I fold in 3 minutes?  How many dishes can I wash in 3 minutes?  How many liquid bubbles can I blow in 3 minutes?  How many….lol, you get the picture.  So today’s challenge is this:

How Many Three Minute Challenges Can You Complete?

Families love this activity because you can have a race, a winner, and a reward!  Multiple times!

Be sure to post what you have accomplished and any additional ideas you might have for folks to enjoy.  Yesterday I cleaned out the refrigerator using an old tea-towel with hot water and soap instead of the usual wad of paper towels.  I sprayed the refrigerator down with disinfectant after everything was dry.   Worked just fine.  What not share a new or different way of doing a cleaning task with us?

Today, I will be helping my son paint his apartment.  They have not stopped us from driving or getting gas, and since we won’t be interacting with anyone we are good to go — he already had the paint so this will be a good way to fill the day.  I will be sure to take pictures of Louisa Lolly helping!  She has her own travel basket and set of paintbrushes and is currently clucking that she is ready to go!

Summary — Number of Stars is Open

Throw or Give One Disinfected Thing Away — 1 Star
Work magick with stuff you already have — 10 Stars
Do As Many 3-Minute Dashes as You Can — 10 Stars for each Dash!
Post a new or different way to clean or organize your space — 25 Stars

Until tomorrow!  Big Hugs — Stay Save and Give Love
Peace with the Gods
Peace with Nature
Peace within!



14 thoughts on “Day 6 – Mini Release Program – March by Silver RavenWolf”

  1. Washing all the clothes we’re about to donate. Spent the morning with my cousin “running the streets” as she calls it picking up a few things from the stores. Making sure she is staying safe. (She’s 75 and not slowing down) Still warm and muggy down here in Florida!

  2. Thank You Silver RavenWolf ! Stay Safe Spirit Sister ! I will share something I learned by Hathors through Tom Kenyon, a protective shield against viruses. This is an energy shield that one visualise, imagine that you are inside a big banana …C and its upper end is before your head and lower end walks in front of your feet.. I have tried it, this works…

  3. twisted banana 🙂 now when I read it again I realise I have been doing it the wrong way but it still works for me

  4. I do a slightly different version of this–I set my Pandora radio on the 70s bubblegum station–lots and lots of 3-4 minute songs–and challenge myself to get a job done in as few songs as possible. Listening to music I love makes the work more fun and the challenge makes it a game.

  5. I seem to be receiving these posts late in the day, so I am working Day 6 today, Sunday. I’m having fun with my 3 minute dashes by folding laundry. I’ve been sorting my closet and refurbishing my wardrobe. In the process of dumping old, useless, clothing, I found some great light cotton shirts and some pretty camies to make nice Summer wardrobe additions for myself, that had been tucked away in boxes. Now that I’ve had my breast reduction they will fit me again!

    So, I’ve been washing and washing and washing. The laundry detergent is running low, but I don’t want to go to town, where there are confirmed cases of COVID-19, so I’m going to practice making my own and in order to fulfill the step to make magic with stuff I have, I will be magically empowering to banish disease. Here’s the recipe I will be using:

    Homemade Laundry Detergent

    • 14 cups very hot water
    • 1 cup washing soda*
    • 1/2 cup salt
    • 1/2 cup Dawn dish soap
    • 1 tsp of essential oil, optional, for scent (I plan on using ½ tsp each of lavender/Lemon)
    • Gallon-sized jug


    To Make:
    1. In a large glass measuring cup or bowl, combine 4 cups of the hot water with half the baking soda (1/2 cup) and half the salt (1/4 cup). Stir well until completely dissolved. The mixture will start out cloudy and fizzy, but when it’s completely dissolved, it should be mostly clear. Pour the mixture into a gallon-sized jug.
    2. Repeat step one with 4 cups of hot water, baking soda, and salt, and then add the mixture to the gallon-sized jug.
    3. Add in the Dawn dish soap and essential oil, if using, to 4 cups hot water. Add this to the jug and then add the last 2 cups of hot water.
    4. Close and mix gently.

    To Use:
    • Shake the container to mix ingredients, then either pour 1/2 cup (you can use more if it’s a particularly dirty or large load) of the solution into the washer while it fills.

    *Note: Baking soda baked at 400 degrees for 1-hour yields washing soda. Make sure to stir after about 30 minutes.

    I’ve never done this before, so I am open to hints, or suggestions! Thanks!

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