"Goodness be with you, Bridget Great Healer! Goodness be with you!"
"What ails thee?"
"A headache and a sickness and a weakness of the heart. O Bridget, Great Healer, Can you cure me, O Great Healer of All.?"
"May three things Cure thee:
May the shadow of Lugh fall on thee,
May the Garment of Lugh cover thee,
May the Breath of Lugh fall on thee,
And when I come again you will be healed."
These words are said over a patient while his arms are crossed over his breast and water from a sacred well is sprinkled on his forehead.
Note: This is an adaptation from a christianised charm, taken from Lady 'Speranza' Wilde's - Ancient Legends, Mystic Charms and Superstitions of Ireland. published 1888.