Sunday, June 5, 2011
Goddess Invocation Mist
One of my favorite "witchy" do it yourself books, is Magical Housekeeping by Tess Whitehurst. as some of you may know, because I've posted some of her awesome recipes here before. I truly believe that a great way to connect with Goddess energy (and any magical energy for that matter) is by personally creating something for your magical act. Like making your own incense instead of buying it. Sometimes making your own ritual items can add more of your own energy to the ritual itself. So I found this great recipe for a Goddess Invocation Mist in Magical Housekeeping, and thought I would share it, You can spray this divine mist whenever you want to connect with Goddess energy. Either before a ritual, or just to lighten up a space with some femininity.
* 1 Moonstone crystal
* Essential oil of ylang ylang
* Rosewater in a mister
Put the Moonstone in the rosewater, and 7 - 10 drops of ylang ylang oil. Shake for about 1 minute. Hold the mist in both hands, and ask the Goddess to infuse it with her divine feminine energy. Visualize the bottle filled with the silvery, incandescent light of the moon. Put a label on your mist if you wish. spray to connect with Goddess energy.
You should be able to buy both the ylang ylang essential oil and the rosewater at your local Whole Foods Market, or your local health food store. If not, there are many places online to purchase from. One of my personal favorites is Mountain Rose Herbs.
I hope you enjoy making your very own Goddess Invocation Mist. Thank you Tess Whitehurst for a book jam packed with wonderful recipes!
Photo courtesy of BrandiAuset
Posted by Tara at 9:16 AM