Full Moon Energy Spray


Have you ever felt so burned out by a person or situation that you couldn't even muster the energy to sage despite knowing it would make you feel better? 

Maybe I'm just hopelessly lazy?

Let's use a trite example—the ol' mother-in-law. While friendly, mine is...intense. And in case you feel I'm biased, my husband is the calmest person I've ever met. Like, sloth-level chill. And even he gets flustered by her quirks. Let me give you one of the lighter examples since dark familial secrets isn't the theme of this blog. 

Many years ago, just before my husband and I got married, we were doing what most soon-to-be-newly-weds do at four in the morning—

...You get your mind out of the gutter this instant! 

We were sleeping. =D

The phone rang, and like anyone who has ever had the phone ring in the middle of the night, your rear end puckers, your stomach drops, and you immediately think of your eldest family member with a feeling of dread. With the raspy voice of someone awakened from deep REM, my husband answered, clearly apprehensive of the life-altering news awaiting us. It was his mother calling to break the somber news thaaaaat—she bought a puppy!

Listen, the only thing better than dogs are baby dogs. I will pole vault tables to get to a puppy. Have you read my bio? I adore puppy breath and adamantly feel someone needs to bottle that little exhale of heaven. But you know what I don't adore? People calling me at 4 in the morning. 

"Mom, it's 4 A.M." my husband said, rubbing his eyes as he pushed away the alarm clock that would be screeching in a mere hour. Her response was what you'd expect from any normal, contrite person who made a flub. Did I say normal? I meant crazy.

"Ohhh. I thought it was 5." 

Because 5 A.M. is a much more appropriate time to ring people. Really. Try it some time. Preferably with an ex from high school you haven't spoken to in 10 years. I'm certain it will go over swimmingly. 

At the time we were living in Arizona, so there was the matter of time exchange. But let me give you a hint to help you remember the regional time zone differences across the United States: Don't call me at 4 AM. Or five, for that matter. Unless someone is dead. Then feel free to give me a ring-a-doodledoo. Because if a person calls me and no one is dead, guess who's about to be?

*Maniacal grin*

If you too have that special someone in your life us new-agey types lovingly refer to as psychic vampires, you'll want to bookmark this post!  Full Moon Energy Spray is a simple way to clean the energetic gunk from a room when you don't have the inclination to stroll around your house with bells and a feather as you perpetually re-light your smudge stick, getting a serious upper body workout from wafting away your troubles.

Yes, I am being hyperbolic. But you can't honestly tell me I'm the only person who has, on occasion, held a smoldering sage bundle by the air intake of the climate control and called it good? If you're out there, dear soulmate, please give me a "hell yeah!"

As with many of my spells, this one can be personalized to include whatever essential oils you have on hand if you don't have a recommended oil. Listen to your instincts and use whatever oils feel uplifting, cleansing, positive, and make you happy. Remember, this is your spell. You do you, my friend! ;) 

Side note, I do recommend you be very careful about using essential oils around animals*. This is a point of debate, but essential oils are highly concentrated and can be disruptive to animals' nervous systems. Particularly cats. So play it safe and keep the furries out of the room until you're done. =D 

What You Need:
2 oz spray bottle, light-block preferred**
Scant 2 oz filtered water (distilled is even better!)
13 drops grapefruit essential oil
9 drops lemon essential oil
3 drops clary sage essential oil

*Animals, especially cats, can be very sensitive to essential oils, even when applied externally. Unless you are working with a trusted healthcare provider, I highly recommend NOT using essential oils on animals.


**No need to buy supplies! Use what you have on hand and adjust the oil amounts accordingly. If you only have a clear bottle, simply keep it stored in a cupboard to retain the strength of the oils.

How to Conjure:
-Combine all ingredients in your bottle and shake well. You'll want to shake before each use. If you're using a plastic bottle, feel free to toss in a small clear quartz crystal if desired. Because this could crack your bottle, avoid if using glass. 

-Take a few deep, centering breaths before placing your Moon Spray on a windowsill in the light of a full moon (in other words, don't cast when feeling frazzled! =D ). 

-With your palms facing the bottle, envision the cool, tranquil light of the full moon entering the bottle and filling your spray with calming, serene energy. Then say:


With each mist I cleanse and dispel,
Any negative energy. All is well.
With each spray, the room is imbued,
With positivity and blessings,
From the light of the moon.

-Leave overnight in the moonlight. Come morning, give your Moon Spray a good shake and get to energy cleansing! Simply spritz in each corner of the room (towards the ceiling) and give a few sprays around the center. You can also mist doorways to cleanse any junk people may carry in with them. 


There you have it! Next time you're feeling too weary to sage your troubles away, you can mist some good vibes into your dwelling. No matches required! Which may be a good thing when you have family nearby. ;)




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What's your favorite way to energy cleanse when you're feeling blah? Have you ever experienced a "psychic vampire"?


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8 comments:

  1. Maravillosa receta, muchas gracias por compartir la con nosotros.

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  2. *Raises hand* "Hell Yeah!" ... if holding the smudge stick right behind a spinning room fan so it sucks the smoke in and spits it out all over the room counts...
    I can relate to this post on so many levels it's not even funny. I think I'll make several batches of this spray with different essential oil combinations for different purposes. Thanks for sharing, Michaela :) Happy Full Blue Blood Moon casting!

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    1. Whew, glad it's not just me! Sounds like you intend to be fully prepared for any negative energy situation. ;) Happy Trifecta to you and the mini Pagan! ♥

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  3. Holy crap is this post timely! I have some folks in my life who would benefit from a direct spraying. If I can be stealth enough, maybe that's the way to go :-D I wouldn't really do that...often...

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    1. Oh my goodness this is flipping hysterical. I, too, know some people who could benefit from a fire hose! =P Thanks for the laugh!

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  4. I laughed at the puppy story!

    Yes, I think we all have one of those in our lives. :)

    Blessed Be.

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    1. The puppy story is very funny to recount. She's definitely good for a laugh! =P

      Blessings to you!

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