You have to find and live your own
divine dream, you cannot find
or live someone else's.
Franchelle Ofsoské-Wyber

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No 14 Joy Spell

No 14 Joy Plant Spell - Koakoa

NZ$39.50
Product code: 88

Availability: In stock

Use the Joy Plant Spell to increase your capacity for pleasure and enjoyment in life and to fully embrace natural human feelings and emotions.

TWO FREE TICKETS TO THE FIRST LIGHT® END OF YEAR EVENT when you purchase the Joy Plant Spell this week only!

The Joy Plant Spell is a 'wishing spell' that helps you to know what to wish for and how to make your wishes come true.

Nature's Magical Ingredients

Maori tohunga understood each individual New Zealand native plant brought its own healing and magical gifts. Nature’s magical ingredients include pure New Zealand native flower and plant essences of:

  • • Tanekaha
  • • Alpine Lace Flower
  • • Mountain Daisy

When To Use

  • • to feel and express natural joy
  • • to experience the moment to moment joy that comes from living a life that embraces the full potential of your hopes and dreams.

Box contents: 20ml Oral Plant Spell Spray and magical keepsake with Maori blessing and translation.

Application:  Simply spray the Joy Plant Spell 2-3 times under your tongue 3-4 times a day. This natural New Zealand native plant remedy can be safely used by the whole family.

TESTIMONIAL

"My experience is with the No 14 Joy spell... As I stepped into this year I chose Joy as my focus for the year. I took the spell to enhance this for me. The magic showed itself in so many ways to remind me of Joy and I now feel this magic has become a part of me since finishing the bottle. It continues to guide me to find that Joy within me when challenged. These spells cast their magic that becomes a part of the Being. I find both the Spells and the Potions wonderful gifts to give others, a way to share the magic they bring. With much gratitude and aroha, Franchelle, for creating this special magic."

- Gill Williamson, Auckland, New Zealand