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Dream See Pillow Spray Spell


Have you ever experienced a deja vu from something that transpired in a dream? But the moment you realize you've seen this movie before, you find yourself unable to remember the outcome of said dream, thus rendering your slumbering premonitions useless? For instance, maybe you recall having a dream where your spouse enters the room, says something strange like, "I didn't realize tugboats could smell like cheese," and then breaks into a full-on, Lord-of-the-Dance-level Irish jig while wearing lederhosen.

I know, it's a totally ridiculous example. Because, I mean, who does an Irish jig while wearing lederhosen? *shakes head*

You wake up from the dream, find the scenario odd, but life continues as usual. Weeks, maybe even months later in strolls the spouse with this bizarre (and, let's face it, kind of gross) proclamation, and instantly you're thrown back to your weird dream. What did it mean? What does dairy-scented watercraft represent? Moreover, what happens next?!

Whenever I experience a snippet of something I've seen in a dream but can't recall what follows, I'm half convinced an ax murderer is about to break through the wall like Kool-Aid Man and hack my family to bits.

... I think I read too much Dean Koontz. =/

Certainly there's got to be a better way to recall the messages received in dream states before a Koontz-level maniac shows up in your reality. Well, there is!  Let me show you how.

Whether you're looking to intensify your recollection of prophetic dreams or to simply remember your nightly musings for journaling (which is a fantastic way to work through repressed, often negative emotions that need to be acknowledged and understood before they can be healed), this Dream See Pillow Spray Spell will, well, do exactly as it says—help you better see your dreams! 

Interested in how this lightly-scented oil infuses your dreams? Here's how!

Clary sage essential oil — enhances psychic abilities and spirituality, opens third eye chakra

Cedarwood essential oil — Protection for your spiritual journey (particularly important if you're seeking to purge the emotional toll of past traumas), grounding

Rose absolute* — Encourages prophetic dreams

Amethyst — Aids in recollection of dreams. (Only use a crystal if your bottle is made of plastic. Otherwise, it could crack the glass upon shaking!)

*An absolute is pure essential oil cut with a carrier oil. This is generally done for cost effectiveness, as pure rose oil is very expensive. If your oil doesn't specify "absolute" and was affordable, it's likely the company used artificial fragrance. You may also use rose water in lieu of the oil. Simply replace the entire amount of bottled water with rose water. Smells heavenly! 


What You'll Need:

Scant 4 oz purified water, preferably distilled
4 drops clary sage essential oil
1 drop cedarwood essential oil
13 drops rose absolute 
Light-block spray bottle**
Small amethyst crystal, if desired

**This helps protect your oils and increases shelf life.


How to Conjure:

— Combine all ingredients in the bottle and give it a good shake. (Only use the crystal if your bottle is plastic to avoid breakage. Otherwise, skip the crystal. You can also leave the crystal in the water overnight to charge the water, if inclined. Remove in the morning, add the remaining ingredients, and finish casting your spell.)

— After taking a few deep breaths to center yourself, hold the Dream Spray in your palms and envision psychic energy spiraling from your mind and down your arms in a wave of purple light, infusing the bottle with amethyst rays until the liquid emits a beautiful purple glow.

— Once your Dream Spray is infused with shimmering psychic energy, say the following:


As the sun takes its rest and my body sleeps,
My soul is enlivened with prophetic dreams.

— Mist your pillow with one or two sprays before bed to peek into the future as you slumber! Remember to shake your Dream Spray before each use. 



There you have it, my friends! An earthy, slightly sweet aroma to lull you to sleep. Just try to ease up on the horror novels before bed. ;)



Have you experienced a deja vu that originally occurred in a dream? Do you keep a dream journal?


Looking for more spells? Check out By the Light of the Moon: 13 Simple & Affordable Pagan Spells & Rituals for a Year of Full Moon Celebrations! Every purchase helps support the blog, so thank you! ♥


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5 comments:

  1. Love it! I am going to have to try this...now only if I could bring myself to buy essential oils. Haha! So darn expensive!

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    1. They can be super expensive! I use Now brand or Edens Garden, both of which I find affordable and to be of good quality. =D

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  2. Michaela,
    This spell sounds(and smells) lovely. I have tried lavender spray to promote restful sleep before and loved it. Now I want to try this because in the past few months I haven't remembered my dreams at all. And it's frustrating.
    I repeatedly see warnings against using crystals in glass jars/bottles (and for good reason), but I'll be honest, I use glass to mix, charge with moonlight or sunlight, and store. I only transfer to plastic spray bottle before use. I'm a bit paranoid about using plastic, even if it's BPA free. Starbucks Frappuccino bottles are my favorite. I recycle and re-purpose those :) They make excellent loose tea, incense, and bath salts storage containers. They are super thick. And the crystals I use are rather small. I also shake the bottles very gently—no vigorous shaking for me. I think, like with candles and incense, we just need to be extra cautious. This practice hasn't backfired on me yet, hopefully never will.
    That said, I think Dean Koontz rocks and there's no such thing as reading too many of his stories ;) And I will never look at a tugboat the same.

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    1. During times of extreme stress, I don't recall dreams either. I'm sure that's coming into play. =( I wonder if it's because our minds are so busy, at night all they can handle is sleep. They're too pooped for anything else! =P

      Great suggestion on the Starbucks bottles. They have such a great shape!

      You love Dean Koontz too?! Oh my goodness— we must be long lost sisters! Have you read his new Jane Hawk series? It's awesome!

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  3. I think you may be right... on both counts. The stress factor and the long lost sisters theory :) I'm adding Jane Hawk series to my to-read list. Thanks.

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