The Self-Care Spell Book (FREE Sample Spell!)



Who else feels like they just rolled out of a stinky dumpster?!

Kind of a strange way to start a self-care post, I know. But with the exception of squirrels and birds, it seems everyone I cross paths with lately is burned out, emotionally drained, and mentally exhausted.

Granted, squirrels are never exhausted. They are, after all, nature’s meth heads.

...Where was I? Right, self-care!

Self-care comes in many forms, but if you’re on this site I’m guessing your favorite form of anything is witchcraft. Can I get a spell yeah?! #DorkOutburst

The Self-Care Spell Book: 13 Self-Care Spells & Rituals for Pagans, Wiccans, Witches, Empaths, HSPs, & you! is on sale now! Available in e-book and paperback, The Self-Care Spell Book features thirteen BRAND NEW spells plus two bonus spells (15 total!), as well as an in-depth guide to chakra care, crystals for self-care, journal prompts, affirmations, 50 simple acts of self-care, plus meditations.

Whew! I’m running out of breath.

While I catch up on my O2, please take a peek at this free sample spell: Wishcraft Spell Dust Powder. If you like what you see, pop on over to Amazon and treat yourself to a copy! Every purchase keeps PennilessPagan.com alive and supplied with free witchcraft material, so thank you for your support!

 

Wishcraft Spell Dust Powder

Approximate Hands-on Time: 10 minutes

 

Why should fairies get all the fun? Crafted with specially selected herbs, your Wishcraft Spell Dust can be kept on your altar and used when you’re in need of spell work but are short on time. Grab a pinch, make a wish, and blow!

 
2 Tablespoons dried basil
2 Tablespoons dried sage
1 teaspoon sandalwood powder
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1 teaspoon ground clove
Small jar for storage

 

In a mixing bowl, stir your herbs together until well combined. Crumble any larger bits into small pieces using your fingers. Pour into a storage jar.

  Cup the jar in your hands and hold it before you. Envision sparkling white light circling around the jar, swirling into the herb mixture and infusing the blend with pure magick. When you are ready, say the following:

 

Infused with magick and manifestation,

Conjured by breath and divination.

Released on the wind, carried by air,

Intentions I’ve woven are swift to appear.

 

Your Wishcraft Spell Dust is now infused! Cover with a lid and store away from direct sunlight.

  When you’d like to cast, take a pinch and hold it in your palm while you carefully visualize the results you are seeking. Make sure to envision it clearly, imagining the sights, sounds, scents, and feelings of your desired outcome.

  When your manifestation is crystal clear, blow your desires into the stratosphere with the magick of breath!

 


Basil: Abundance, protection from negativity

Sage: Purification, connection to spiritual energy

Sandalwood: Spirituality

Cinnamon: Power, success, spirituality, love (currency of the Universe)

Clove: Increases spiritual energy and energetic momentum

 

Note: Turn your head away when you inhale to blow. Otherwise you’ll get a lungful of magick. No bueno. Make sure any breeze is at your back (blowing past you, not towards) or else you’ll get an eyeful of Witchy Dust. Also no bueno. This may seem common sense, but it can be easy to forget when a witch is excited about casting! =D




What’s your favorite method of magickal self-care?

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2 comments:

  1. What a great little spell and so exciting that you now have an ebook on Amazon!

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