Spells in a Bottle
Adorable little bottles carry magic spells for many intentions, like Love, Justice, Abundance, Protecting and Healing. Each bottle is about 2" x .75" and comes with a description card explaining the spell and how to put it to work.
How it works: The first thing to remember is this is natural magic, not supernatural magic. It requires effort on your part for the spell to work. Look at the bottle daily. Hold it. Set an intention each day to honor what the bottle stands for. Think about what is needed for you in your life.
Love: Rose Buds, Orange Peel, Juniper Berries, Rose Quartz
"May this home and this heart be filled with love - love of self, love of friends, and love of family. May this jar remind the holder of the beauty around them and their own beauty within. May they be filled with gratitude for the warm light of love that envelops them. So mote it be."
Abundance: Moss, Ginger, Cinnamon, Chamomile, Aventurine
"May this home and this heart find the abundance it seeks, and that which it doesn't seek. May this jar remind the holder of their goals, and of the most important things in this life. May they be inspired to work for their dreams and be humbled by their blessings. So mote it be."
Protection: Moss, Rosemary, Bay Leaf, Obsidian
"May this home and this heart be protected from harm, both physical and emotional. May no burden be too great to bear. May this jar remind the holder of their inner strength. May they be filled with courage to overcome. So mote it be."
Healing: Lavender, Sage, Angelica Root, Amethyst
"May this home and this heart be healed from all pain, both physical and emotional. May this jar remind the holder of the blessings they have and give them strength to carry on. May they release any anger or fear. May each day be brighter than the last. So mote it be."
Justice: Peppermint, Juniper, Chamomile, Garnet, Jasmine, Rose
"May I communicate with empathy and a willingness to learn. May I actively pursue justice and healing in my community. May I be dedicated to including loving introspection in my daily life. So mote it be."