What’s Your Project #130Wishcasting by Jamie Ridler

My project is designed to encourage people to cultivate the fine art of wishing. On Valentine’s Day 2007, I launched Wishcasting, a blog designed to be a safe haven for wishes, a fertile field in which to plant wish seeds and have them witnessed and tended lovingly. This project was built on the belief that it’s powerful to share your wishes with the world and exponentially so when those wishes are witnessed and encouraged.

There are 2 parts to Wishcasting: sharing and supporting.

Share wishes:
Participants email their wishes in for posting.
The wish can be a sentence, a picture, a poem, a piece of artwork, a list, a collage, whatever form you like.
A wish can be posted anonymously.
The details of a wish don’t have to be revealed.

Support wishes:
You can support a wish in the comment section by saying "As (insert name ) wishes for her/himself, so I wish for her/him also."
You can add to your commentary, but supporters are encouraged to begin with the above phrase. There is something very special in this simple statement. It carries the weight of trusting and believing in the wisher as well as the wish.

I wish for a virtual explosion of wishes and an ever-growing community of wishers. What do you wish for?

Jamie Ridler

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