RosieMoonflower wrote:The issue is that my fiancé approached me about what he considers an infrequency in intimacy.
Well, this is promising. He communicated his feelings, that's good. You can work with that.
RosieMoonflower wrote:We just don't call it spell work...But, we talk about pagan ideas and elements, and we try to blend those new ideas...to be spiritual, like prayer...He was agreeable with everything...
Ooh, another promising sign, good. Doesn't matter whether one calls it "spell work" or not (personally, I tend to prefer terms like "energy work," myself). I was just concerned that he might be a devout Christian, or something. Then, there'd be a problem.
RosieMoonflower wrote:My gut reaction is to say, let's spice it up, try something new! But, that's not something my fiancé is really comfortable with.
You know, normally, from what I know about guys, if their love interest said to them, "let's spice it up, try something new!" it would be music to their ears! lol But, is seems you have more of a conservative guy...and that's OK, you can work with that, too. This might be a matter of "education," on his part. He might think he does not like "spice" because he never tried spice. He might have some kind of preconceived notions about what that might entail (maybe any kind of talk regarding sex was taboo in his home growing up, who knows). Now's your chance to teach him something new, and who knows, he might become quite the Spice Boy himself, hehe.
Yeah, thumb through the spells and see what speaks to you. Then, maybe we could help you. Or, maybe someone will post a suggested spell on this thread for you in the meantime (please chime in, anybody, if you know of something to help Rosie). But, I think you're a pretty creative person, so I'm going to let you do some foot work on this first. Good luck.