Sunday, October 2, 2016

Facts about making wishes

You should never stop making wishes. 

Wish making fairies may reside here.

As you grow up, you may not have as much hope that your wishes might come true, but you should still never waste a chance to make one. 

Not everyone is lucky enough to get the chance to make a wish so never take it for granted. Some people give up on wishing altogether, but wishing is good. Wishing is powerful. Wishing never hurt anybody. 

There are a few standard places and times that people know you should make a wish and a few things you might not know about making wishes. Here're a few tips on getting the best out of your wishes.

1) Blowing out the candles on your birthday cake: 
This is the most popular wish and it should be used yearly. It's your reminder to make a wish for the year ahead. Don't waste it by making wishes for someone else.

2) When throwing money in a wishing well
This is known as good karma wishing. If you throw your coins in a well, chances are high that those coins are going to be doing something that helps other people. Karma is what makes the world go round, so your wish is highly likely to come true. Unless you over wished. Over-wishing can be a good thing, but don't be greedy.

3) Seeing the first star in the sky. 
This one even has its own little rhyme. You get more power in your wish if you are looking out the windows in the car as you drive home from a night out. 
Star Light, Star Bright, 
First star I see tonight, 
Wish I may, wish I might, 
Have this wish I wish tonight...

As stars are magical twinkly giant balls of red-hot fire, they are very powerful. Make your biggest wishes, whisper them to the night sky, close your eyes and think about your life when that wish comes true.

4) Chicken Wishbones
Wishbone wishes are not very powerful. If you are not an only child you have to fight with people in the family to get to have a turn on the wishbone, then you have to fight to be able to pick the side you want and then you know that your sibling is going to cheat and make it hard for you. The wishbone wish is flawed because someone's wish doesn't come true, but what most people don't know is that the parents are making a wish as they watch their children wish on the wishbone and it's the parent's wish that usually comes true.  That wish is usually that their children would stop fighting and that someone will throw that wishbone in the bin before the dog chokes on it.

5) Double Yoke-r
If you crack an egg and it's a double yoker, it is your lucky yokey day. Making a wish before you eat them, you've got double the chance it might come true. 


6) Dandelions
Pick that precious little weed up as you walk along the street and blow those fairy seeds all over the place. Fairies live in dandelions and fairies are who help make dreams and wishes come true, the more of them released to fly around the atmosphere, the better. 

7) Find a penny
This is not a wish, do not get confused between good luck and wishes. Remember the saying, 'Find a penny, pick it up, all day long, you'll have good luck.' So if you see a coin laying on the ground, you might have a lucky day, but don't go getting greedy and having a good day AND expecting wishes to come true too. 

Vital information about wishes: 
Wishes can't hurt you. You can make as many as you like unless you have a genie who is only going to give you three wishes. You can make a wish every day. You can wish for things for other people, for things you hope for today or for things you want to happen in years to come. 

Remember, don't just rely on the universe, karma and fairies, keep trying to make your own wishes come true too.





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isclaimer: This is not scientifically researched information. If you wish for it to be untrue, your wish might be granted. However, should you wish for it to all be true, you might be rewarded.

2 comments:

  1. Love this! My daughter turned five last week, but burst into tears on Friday when she realised she had forgotten to make her birthday wish while cutting the cake. So we redid the cake and candles part a week later! One very happy little girl :) I'm all for wishing and a big believer in wishes coming true xx

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  2. Love this! My daughter turned five last week, but burst into tears on Friday when she realised she had forgotten to make her birthday wish while cutting the cake. So we redid the cake and candles part a week later! One very happy little girl :) I'm all for wishing and a big believer in wishes coming true xx

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