Make a Wish

A wishing well is a place of spirits.

The term originally came from European folklore that spoke of water sources carrying nature spirits. Many thought that underground rivers represented the veins of the Earth. Water was widely acknowledged as the source of life.

Our ancestors considered springs and wells sacred places. Water was seen to have healing powers and wells became popular with many people drinking the water, bathing in it or simply making a wish. Some people believed that the guardians of the well would grant them a request if they dropped in a coin. So click here to make a wish (we’ll add it below) and then click on the coin:

I wish for divine abundance in all aspects and to share – Linda

I wish my wishes came true! – Jennifer

I wish I had found this blog sooner – Matt

I wish they taught this at university – Susan

I wish this material came with footnotes – Geoff

I wish I had read this before my trip to Egypt – Mike

I wish Magic Point was more insightful about other cultures – Amanda

I wish I could forget some of this. It’s rocking my church upbringing – Steve

I wish there was more personal experience stuff. I loved that! – Charlie

I wish this was translated into more languages – Anar