A tiny herbal charm to attract money into a home or business.
Casting Directions for ‘Money Amulet’
If the money spell is for business, cast it on a Wednesday. If it’s for your own wealth in the house, throw it onto a Thursday. The moon should be in its waxing phase. Of course one could dismiss this information and continue anyway.
The herbs should be in your altar prepared as wells as the candles, coins, magnet and incense.
First collect your stuff and create your sacred space using a technique you’re knowledgeable about. Call upon a being you trust, or one associated with wealth and prosperity, such as Mercury (particularly for business), Lakshmi, or perhaps Jupiter.
Decide on each herb up in turn and visualise yourself happy, surrounded by wealth and positivity. You may want to use a symbolic picture such as you grinning surrounding a lake of golden coins. Say (Insert deity name) I ask thee to grant me riches at least four occasions, preferably longer- treat it like a mantra to assist the visualisation. Put each herb in the green pouch.
Pick up the magnet, imbue it with your energy, and visualise yourself as the magnet. Know it represents you and your personal magnetism, your attractive nature. Then visualise the money come to you once again, whilst picking up the copper coins together with the magnet. Put it in the bag. Shut the bag.
Now place the candles in a triangular shape with the apex pointing away from you. Place the bag in the center. Light the incense. Now you will stare intently at that bag and visualise what it is you desire. Blinking as rarely as possible- but do not strain yourself.
Take a few deep breaths and visualise as before. Repeat the mantra youu utilized before or a new one. You might imply wish to use By the energy of (deity) money comes to me. Do this until you feel it’s been done enough.
Snuff out the candles and incense….or make them burn with the bag still in the middle. It is up to you. Afterwards thank your deity and take the bag. Either hang it in your front door, place it on your bag, carry it around, take it to your business, or whatever else seems appropriate.