Remember Past Lives Oil Blend


This could be helpful for anyone, but was made especially with the otherkin and therian community in mind, to help recall past lives.

You will need the following items for this spell:

Lilac fragrance oil (recalling past lives Forget Me Not odor oil (memory) Vanilla fragrance oil (helping memory) Everything else changes based on the use of the oil blend, all other ingredients for the foundations to each of the combinations is given in the instructions.

Casting Directions for ‘Remember Past Lives Oil Blend’

Is this the same as the other oil combinations for recalling past lives? Yes. Yes it is. However when I printed the last one I didnt understand that the line-break command doesnt work here so the formatting created the directions impossible to follow, and I couldnt edit it nor take it down, so here we are.

Important General Notes For Beginning Witches:

If youre new to the craft, please read this section. This is important information.

Oil blends are useful in plenty of things, ranging from helping meditation to spells and potions. This is here to provide a foundation to your oil mix, then its up to you to add different oils to suit your own purpose. Especially because this guide has been made mainly to help otherkin and therian individuals, a one-size-fits-all strategy doesnt work here.

Ive provided a list of relevant correspondences beside all my components. If you dont have something, dont worry: just find something else using the exact correspondences, itll work just as well. The ingredients for a spell or potion are selected because of what they correspond with, so very rarely will you truly need exactly whats listed in the components. That being said, Ive tried to make sure that the base ingredients for these oils are easy to acquire. There are tons of digital herb grimoires online, a couple websites I recommend are,,, and

I’ve got the herbs but I dont have the oil out of them! Ive often found myself in this situation as well, I personally find that its hard to find oils for herbs often used in cooking, so heres a quick how-to on making plant aromatic oils (this method also works with tea, just so you know). This manual uses fragrant oils. Fragrant oils consist of a base oil with little to no scent and an essential oil, which is the part which makes the fragrance. Frequent bases include almond oil, canola oil, sunflower oil and olive oil. What I do to get aromatic oils is I fill a small(ish) jar about 2/3s of the way with my base oil of choice and fill the rest with whatever herb, flower, or resin I need for my fragrance, close the lid, and let it steep from a couple days to a week. After that time has passed, I strain out the plant matter, pasteurise* the oil if needed, and then bottle it. Voil, fragrant oil prepared for all your witchy needs!

If youre going to use your oil mix in something that you will eat or wear your skin, make sure the plant/s its made from arent poisonous. If youre with other oil combinations for this one, they usually list ingredients on the label of the bottle. Not certain about wether something is poisonous or not, try googling is [plant] safe to consume?

Discount stores often sell fragrant oils very cheaply. For anybody in Australia, stacks discounts sells 16mL bottles of fragrant oils for $2.00AU, and 50 mL bottles for $4.00AU. Tumblr and Pinterest have a lot of advice on where to get supplies cheaply, some excellent tags to search through are funding witchcraft, witch on a budget, and frugal witch. Another tip is to buy wholesale goods from places like eBay. For anyone whos unaware, Spells of Magic also has an online shop that sells fragrant oils and blends fairly cheaply among other things. End of General Notes


This guide is geared towards recovering kin memories, but if you arent otherkin or therian this should work just as well. That being said, I should warn you that not all memories will be fine, so keep that in mind as you put these to use. What you use on your blend will differ from person to person, but each of them requires a couple of essential ingredients, a base, if you will. However, what you will need for your foundation will vary depending on what you plan to use your oil blend for an oil for meditation will need a slightly different base than one to invite prophetic dreams, for example. The idea is you make up your base and add oils which are connected to the life (or aspects of) that you would like to recall. The dimensions specified are just recommendations, feel free to tweak them as you will.

Oil foundation for aiding meditation
To use: add to an oil defuser before meditation. If you put in non-toxic plants to this foundation it may also be applied directly to the skin before you meditate.

Lilac (remembering past lives, harmony) 2 parts

Vanilla (helps memory) 1 part

Bay leaf (psychic powers, divination) 1 part

Cinnamon (psychic powers, mental focus) 1 component

Forget-me-not (memories) 2 parts

Jasmine (meditation) 1 component

Oil foundation for inviting prophetic dreams
To use: add to a fantasy sachet or an electrical oil defuser before you how to bed or use in dream spells. If you add non-toxic crops to this base, then don’t hesitate to apply it to the skin as you would with aromatherapy oils. – Lilac (remembering past lives) [2 parts]

Forget-me-not (memories) 3 parts

Lavender (sleep, peace) 2 parts

Vanilla (helps memory) 1 part

Jasmine (prophetic dreams) 2 components

Oil foundation to aid astral projection
To use: add to an oil defuser or use to anoint a protective charm or amulet before astral projection. Can be used to add to spell-jars to help in astral projection, but keep those jars specifically for recovering memories of past lives. If no poisonous plants are used in your oil blend, don’t hesitate to apply it to your skin as you want with aromatherapy oils.

Forget-me-not (memories) 2 parts

Vanilla (helps memory) 1 part

Lavender (protection, peace) 1 part

Lilac (remembering past lives, peace, harmony) 2 parts

Aniseed (protection during astral projection) 1 part

Mugwort (aids astral travel) 1 part

General foundation to be used in spells, potions, etc:

Vanilla (aids memory) 1 part

Lavender (protection, peace) 1 part

Lilac (remembering past lives, peace, stability) 1 part

S uggestions for oils you might add to your blend

Not otherkin specific (by correspondence):





















Suggestions for otherkin blends
This is a bit more complicated than the previous section, partly because its hard to find plants which correspond with specific animals and other creatures, and partly because theres too many distinct kin-types to just make a list of ideas based in every kin-type. That being said, if you dont already have a choice of oils in mind, youll need a jumping-off point, so here we go.

The most obvious thing that comes to mind is crops with a preexisting correspondence with your kin or therian type, such as catnip for a cat-therian or dragons blood for dragonkin.

That previous thing isnt always easy nor always an option, so the next step would be to find oils that you associate with your kin-type. I mean this on the most basic level, like a ghostkin person could associate roses with their kin-type, maybe because people lay roses on individuals graves.

You need to tailor your mix to be as unique to the life youre trying to remember as possible. In this case even vague memories of that life could come in handy. Another tip along this vein is to include oils that you associate not just with that kin-type but that life. Remember certain colors, try plants of that colour. Remember certain plants, try those plants. A particular climate, plants which can grow in these conditions. Plants which grow in the sorts of places you remember. Bear in mind a nation, try their national flower. Something that might be useful is that odor blends are often utilised to refresh potpourri, so you might have the ability to find blends that you associate with specific places, such as an ocean-themed blend for oceanic kin-types, etcetera.

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