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Magick 101: Days and Their Powers: Friday


Friday (Venus)

Friday is the day of Venus, the planet of love and creativity, which makes it the perfect day to connect with others and relax.

The romantic energy of Venus puts us in a social mood on Friday and gets us thinking about those that we love. This makes Friday a perfect day for a date night and intimate connections.

The energy of Friday also allows us to get creative and can bring a fresh new inspiration to any projects we are working on.

Expanding or pitching any creative projects is also definitely favorable on Friday.

Friday is also a good time to wrap up any loose ends and to shelve any ideas that are bubbling for another time. It is also the perfect time to indulge, pamper yourself and update your beauty routine.

In order to use the energy of Friday effectively, schedule time with your loved ones and work on any creative projects that you may have in the pipeline. Try not to schedule anything too strenuous on Friday, as it is a day for relaxing and having fun.  (taken from here)

Friday's Magical Correspondences 

Friday falls at the end of the work week for many of us, and that means we get a chance to relax for a little bit! Mark your Fridays with colors like pink and aqua, and metals such as copper. This is a day ruled by the planet Venus, so it should be no surprise that Venus and Aphrodite - goddesses of love and beauty - are associated with Fridays. This is a day named after the Norse goddess Freyja*, so be sure to take a moment to honor her as well.

Gemstones associated with Friday include coral, emerald, and rose quartz, and plants like strawberries, apple blossoms, and feverfew are also related. This is a good day to do spellwork associated with family life and fertility, sexuality, harmony, friendship, growth. Take advantage of Friday's correspondences and plant a seed, make something grow, and enjoy your blessings.

*Note: There are a lot of disputes as to the origins of the word Friday because there is still a great deal of discussion as to whether it was named for Freyja or Frigga, and whether they were the same deity or two separate ones. Some scholars believe that while they may have eventually become two distinctly different goddesses, they could have had their origins in a single, common Proto-Germanic deity. (taken from here)


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