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Manifestation Oil

A manifestation oil blend to boost rituals or spellwork for manifesting all types of magick.

You will need:

- bay leaf

- patchouli essential oil

- grapeseed oil

- a glass bottle with a lid

 

I like to start by cleansing the area and the magickal ingredients by burning sage.


Chamomile is used in prosperity and abundance spells. Rose petals and star anise both enhance manifestation work. Cinnamon is used for prosperity and is associated with the fire element, which amplifies manifestation magick. Bay leaf is used in wishing spells, and sends your intention out to the universe. Finally, patchouli can be used to turn your desires into reality.


While making this oil it is important to focus on your intent and really put your energy into what you are creating.


I added about a teaspoon each of chamomile, rose petals, and cinnamon, 1 star anise pod, 1 bay leaf, and 3 drops of patchouli oil for a small bottle of this manifestation oil. The amounts you add really depend on the amount of oil you will be making so use your intuition to judge the amounts to add.


Once all the ingredients have been added I shake the bottle 13 times, as the number 13 is connected to manifestation.


I charged this bottle using a 396 hertz tuning fork, and placed the bottle in a crystal grid of clear quartz and citrine.


You could also charge this oil under the full moon.


This oil will boost rituals or spellwork for manifesting all types of magick. Use it for anointing yourself or objects. Anoint candles, spell jars, crystals. Burn a little in an oil burner. Anoint yourself before casting spells to help manifest the intention of your spell. If you have a vision board anoint it with some of this oil to help manifest your goals.


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2 Comments


Zilkia Ortiz
Zilkia Ortiz
Nov 20, 2021

How many drops of each essential and carrier oil can be put in the bottle

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JaSi Bartles
JaSi Bartles
Aug 22, 2021

Do you use this oil for anything or just let it be?

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