February Prosperity Community Honey Jar: PWYC
Work begins Friday, February 12th.
This service, focusing on goals related to prosperity, work, income, and career success, has your name/petition added to a sweet jar with the names/petitions of other community members having similar goals. I work these community jars on my altars for a month, from new moon to new moon, with special attention to pertinent moon phases, astrological transits, holy days, etc. as applicable. Participants receive a link to my client calendar detailing the work over the course of the month and are invited to a private Discord chat for participants for that month.
The calendar will show you key dates and times that you might choose to take advantage of on your own, as well. For instance, you might want to time a spiritual bath to coincide with a planetary day/hour or astrological event. I will occasionally make suggestions for things like this, too.
If you have questions about any of this work, you can ask them and I'll answer them in our private forum, where you can also trade ideas and perspectives with other participants if you want to. It really can be a community if we want it to be.
So it's altar work, but it can also be a sort of magical education with the opportunity for some coaching and consultation over the course of the month and a chance to talk everything over with like-minded folks who share the same vocabulary. You don't get my personal cell phone number, but this is just about the next best thing.
Because COVID sucks and is screwing up people's lives and careers, I am currently offering this as a Pay What You Can service.
- If you can afford to pay full price, great!
- If you can't, that's ok, too - I'm doing this so people who need help but can't afford to book private, custom spiritual work can get some help, so it's absolutely fine to choose a reduced rate option.
- If you can afford to pay more than full price as a charitable contribution to help offset the costs for those who can't, you can do that too, in which case please let me know how you would like to be publicly acknowledged and thanked (nickname, anonymous, initials, real name, whatever). Or if you're doing this an offering to thank a saint or fulfill a vow or something like that, and you'd like me to publish your thanks or prayer publicly on a "virtual altar" space on my blog, I'm happy to do that - just mention it in the intake form.
- If you want to book on behalf of a friend or loved one, that's fine for this type of work, even if they don't know about it.
- If you want to participate but want to pay a different amount than what is shown here, there are more options available at Big Lucky Hoodoo. You don't have to go through this listing to participate.
- If you can't afford to pay even the token amount for participating but are in dire need, please visit Big Lucky Hoodoo for info on how you can still get some help.
How It Works:
After you have checked out and received your order confirmation email, go to the Community Sweet Jar Intake page to fill out and submit the intake form. (Note: if you participated in the previous month's community work and absolutely nothing has changed about your situation or petition, you don't have to fill out the intake form again.)
I will begin preparing for the altar work on the night of Thursday, February 11th after 1:05 p.m. Central time when we have a new moon in Aquarius. I set the first light on the jar the following night, Friday, February 12th, so it's ideal to get your petition in before then. However, there is a little wiggle room and you can join up after the work starts.
Once I've got everything set up, you'll get a link to my client calendar where you can see specifics of the working along with any pertinent days/dates/times/events that might have a spiritual influence, and you'll get an invitation to the private forum (Discord server) for the group. The calendar can help you time things if you want to do work on your own over the course of the month, or even just help you understand some of what's going on in your spiritual environment.
At the conclusion of the altar work, I ritually dispose of the contents of the jar in an appropriate manner to encourage continued movement in a positive direction and ongoing gain for participants. Community work does not come with individual altar work reports, though I will post at least one photo (with any potentially identifying info obscured for client privacy).
I reserve the right to cancel and refund any booking of this or any service at my sole discretion, per site Terms of Service. To see what my reasons might be for such a thing, see the Commonly Requested Altar Work page.
That the buyer, having an informed belief in spiritual work and its traditional practices, wishes to engage the services of a rootworker to perform traditional hoodoo rootwork as part of an attempt to resolve certain life issues and herewith acknowledges that due to the nature of spiritual folk magic, Karma Zain makes no guarantees that the work will result in the desired outcome within the desired timeframe or at all.
By law, these services are available only to adults 18 and over and are provided for educational or entertainment purposes only. Karma Zain does guarantee that the work will be performed as outlined here and to the best of her ability, and that if obstacles are divined during the course of the work, she will relay them and make suggestions for appropriate remedies.
The service fee covers the materials and dedicated time and altar space needed to prepare and perform the contracted services. Once preparations for the work have begun, no adjustments or refunds can be processed.
This service is of a spiritual/metaphysical nature and is based on the ancient teachings of the aforementioned traditions. In keeping with the principles of metaphysics, all information of a spiritual nature is meant to be a guide, to assist you in making a more informed decision on matters affecting your life. No spiritual consultation, divination, or spiritual work is intended to replace the advice or services of medical, financial, legal, or mental health professionals. Karma Zain is a professional reader and rootworker as well as an ordained minister and consecrated bishop, but she is not a lawyer, a doctor, a psychologist, or a financial advisor. Any advice offered falls under spiritual/metaphysical guidance and should not be interpreted as medical, financial, legal, or mental health advice.