Protection Sachet

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Herbal Protection Sachet

herbal protection sachet spell

This is a simple way of using herbs to protect you from any negative energies or entities that may be bothering you.

You will need:

  • 1 teaspoon anise or aniseed
  • 1 teaspoon dried cloves
  • 1 stick of cinnamon
  • 1 teaspoon black peppercorns
  • 3 bay leaves
  • White cotton cloth large enough to hold all the herbs
  • White cord or yarn

As you put all the ingredients together, you are going to charge and activate the herbs. Spread the cloth out in front of you, and place all the herbs in the centre. Mix them together well, and then bring the four corners of the cloth together so that you can tie the cord around the cloth, making a little bag to hold the herbs in. Wrap the cord around the cloth three times with three knots.

Charging the Herbal Protection Sachet

Now cup the sachet in your hands. Close your eyes, and imagine a white light travelling through your body. Start at the top of your head, and see it travelling down your body to your torso and then your legs, relaxing each body part as the light travels through. This white light represents security and protection, so feel feelings of warmth and safety as the light fills your body. Once the white light reaches your feet, see it travel upwards, through your arms, and into the sachet you are holding. You are now activating the herbs and charging them to keep you and your environment safe and protected.

It is recommended to create a new sachet every month, preferably during a new or waning moon.

Successfully performing a spell is an art that comes about with practice. The better you are at working with magickal energy, the better your results will be.  The Essence of Magick is a guide which teaches you how to cast spells that work.

Source: Wiccan Spells

Blessed Be

Thajba

 

 

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