Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Magic Bath Spells


Steep a teaspoon of basil in a cup of boiling water, and strain out the herb.
Add it to you bath water for a protective and cleansing influence.
It is particularly useful to clean off the feelings left by contact with those who are negative or controlling.


This spell will refresh and cleanse you. To begin, cast a circle in your bathroom.
Call the elements, and light a lavender colored candle.
Then blend in a muslin bag a teaspoon each of lavender flowers, chamomile flowers,
and dried crushed rosemary. Hang the sachet under the faucet, and draw your bath
water, allowing it to pour down through the herbs. Add a half cup of lemon juice to the bath.
When you settle into the tub, lean back, relax, and take three deep breaths.
Close your eyes and focus on the excess tension and stress in your body.
Feel the herbs and lemon draw it out of your muscles and mind.
Thoroughly clean your tub when you are done to remove any residue
of negative energy from the bath water.


Perform on the three nights before the full moon, the night of the full moon, and the three nights
after, using the same candles.
Ritual Bath: Use money bath salts, candlelight. Bring power through head and feet to cleanse
any negativity. Get in water and focus on goal. (When you drain the tub, negativity will go
down the drain). Cast circle. Light altar candle, God & Goddess Candle. Invoke Gods.
Anoint green pillar candle with lodestone oil, visualizing putting your energy for your goal into the candle.
Visualize the goal as already existent. Rub candle with cinnamon and cloves. Burn money incense.


1 bunch Lavender 1 large bottle clear organic shampoo
5 drops oil of Lavender Clean wide-neck jar with screw top
Place Lavender head down in the jar. Cut down to fit.
Add shampoo and Lavender oil. Close and place in sunny window
Strain and re-bottle. Use 1 tbsp. in a bath.


While in the shower, visualize yourself standing under a waterfall.
Ask the spirits of water to cleanse, consecrate and empower your body,
mind and spirit in the name of healing.
As the water runs down your body, visualize the negativity swirling off you and down the drain.
When you towel dry, ask the spirits of the air to cleanse, consecrate, and empower
your body, mind and spirit in the name of healing as well.


½ cup solar dried sea salts ¼ cup Epsom salts
¼ cup dead sea mineral salts 40 drops lavender EO
Mix all ingredients well (adding EO last) store in a glass jar or tin and use ¼ cup per bath.


Materials required: Muslin bag/Dead sea salts/lavender herb/lavender oil.
Fill your muslin bag half way with the dead sea salts, add two teaspoons of lavender herb
and one drop of lavender oil. Tie up the bag and include in your bath.
Close your eyes and feel your body soak up the healing herb, salt and oil.
Chant the rhyme:
Pains and Aches and Evil Things
Fly from me on rapid wings!
Leave my body, don't return
For peace and quiet I do yearn.
Surround me in Her radiant light.
Magic power pure and white
Banish forces of the night!


Lavender essential oil is reassuring, soporific, and is often the first choice of aromatherapists
for treating emotional or mental stress. It also reduces muscular pain, whether from illness or
physical exertion, and soothes the skin.
4 cups Epsom salts 2 cups Sea salt 1 cup non fat powdered milk
2 cups oatmeal ground to a very fine powder in a food processor or coffee grinder.
40 drops of lavender essential oil
Mix together all the dry ingredients in a large bowl, sieve if you wish, then add the lavender
10 drops at a time, thoroughly mix it through.
Do this 4 times, so that the lavender essential oil is distributed.


Rejuvenating bath:
This bath will aid in sinus relief and cold symptoms, increase metabolism and ease muscular pain.
It is a very rejuvenating bath. 1/2 cup each of yarrow flowers, elder flowers, mint leaves and
rose petals. Place in a cheesecloth or nylon bundle and let seep in the bath for a few minutes
and enjoy. The bundle can be used to gently scrub the body as well. Also, prepare a hot infusion
of Chamomile, yarrow flowers, elder flowers and mint leaves to drink while in the bath.
Soothing bath:
This bath soothes the skin and increases circulation 1/2 cup each of Comfrey leaves,
chamomile and lavender flowers and mint leaves. Use procedure as above for rejuvenating bath.


For a soothing winter bath, put 2 tablespoons of lavender buds (Lavandula angustifolia)
and 2 tablespoons of finely ground oatmeal into a small muslin bag or a piece of cloth.
Secure tightly with a string or rubber band. Tie the bundle
with the string or a piece of ribbon so that it under the spigot of your bathtub.
Once the bath is full, try rubbing the bundle gently over your skin.
Both the lavender and the oatmeal will work to soothe dry skin and calm frazzled nerves as well.


1 tbls bicarbonate soda 5 drops essential oil juice of 1 lemon
1 tsp. good oil, such as sweet almond ½ cup sea salt
Stir the soda, essential oil, lemon juice and oil together and then blend in the salt.
Dissolve in the bath water.
Light 4 candles (colors of your choice) and place at the 4 corners of the tub.
Step slowly into the bath water, feeling it envelope around you. Close your eyes.
Visualize yourself laying on the surface of the ocean.
There is nothing around you, you are alone and at peace.
Feel the warmth of the sun beating down on you. Say either out loud or quietly to yourself:
Be Comforted, All is well Now you are blessed.
You have life to nurture and nurture you.
Be calm. Be easy. Be Comforted. You are blessed.


Vervain leaves - 4 stalks worth Honey 1/4 cup
Florida water or other perfume (a few dabs) 1-1/2 cups of water
Blend all ingredients in a blender. Combine this in a gallon jug and fill with warm water.
Stand in shower and dump mixture all over, then just towel off. Its an invigorating herbal
wash that is great after ritual or when you feel slightly off kilter.


Fill your bathtub with water and scatter some fresh rose petals in it.
Light some vanilla candles and/or incense.
As you lie in the water, meditate on the image you would like to project and say these words:
Earth, Air, Fire, Sea
Let the Goddess' beauty
Shine through me


Into your bath water, add 10 drops olive oil, 10 drops cypress oil, and 10 drops lavender oil.
Anoint your hand with sandalwood oil and skim your hand over the surface of the water
3 to 12 times while saying:
"Into this water The power I send
Stress shall unwind Wounds shall mend."
Light yellow and blue candles, enter the tub and soak. Let the vapors take away your stress and hurts.


2 parts Thyme (This herb is a great muscle relaxant.)
2 parts rosemary 2 parts lavender 1 part cramp bark 1 part Epsom salt


Take equal parts of lavender, violet, and rosemary.
Empower them and Then boil them in a pot with about a quart of water over medium heat.
When the water is richly colored and the herbs are scenting your kitchen, drain
The water off into a jar. A plain coffee filter works great for this.
Place the jar in sunlight for an entire day to absorb the radiant energies of the sun.
You can do this on a Wednesday to add the healing powers of mercury to the spell*
Occasionally look at the jar and add your own energies to it.
Just before sundown fetch the jar and hold it firmly between your hands Just below your naval.
Feel your desire to be well filling the jar and with your minds eye see it glowing brightly as the sun.
Chant these words until you have filled the jar with as much energy as it will hold.
By the herb and by the sun
Wellness and I are now as one
Strengthening energies now are merged.
Baneful energies now be purged
Anoint spots where illness lurks or on your belly if you are unsure where the source of discomfort lies.
Or pour contents into bath water.


Take a lit silver or white candle, some salt, and a healing oil (such as carnation, violet,
sandalwood, or narcissus) into the bathroom. By the candle's light run a tub of very warm water.
Cast some salt into it, add a few drops of healing oil, and then step into the tub.
Relax. Feel the warm salted water sinking into your pores, through your skin, sterilizing the
sick portions of your body. Visualize the 'black worms' leaving it, if you wish, and when you
feel the water teeming with them pull the plug and let the water drain out. While it is draining, chant:
The sickness is flowing out of me,
Into the water, down to the sea.
Only when the tub is completely drained stand up. It is best to immediately splash your body with
fresh water (a shower is ideal) to remove the last vestiges of the disease of sickness-laden water.
Repeat as needed to speed your body's recovery.


Place 1/2 cup vinegar, a bunch of fresh rue and 1 tablespoon of salt in your bath.
Light a white and a blue candle. Imagine yourself surrounded by blue light, giving you positive energy.
Visualize all of the negative energy leaving your body through every pore.

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