Work this spell with three or m ore friends, family members, or loved ones or with your magical group. You’ll need a large ball of yarn or string.
Tie one end of the ball of yarn around one person’s wrist. That person begins, mentioning something they’re grateful for and adding details as desired. They then pass or toss the ball to another person, ideally someone across from them. That person wraps the string (not too tightly!) around their own wrist, mentions something they’re grateful for, and tosses the ball to another person. This continues until no one has anything left to mention. People might then mention goals or perhaps something they’re concerned about and need support for.
When it’s time to conclude, ask everyone present to marvel at the web that has been woven and how interconnected the strands are. Say together:
Each of us is but a strand, but