Imbolc is the time for new beginnings, birth and watching for signs of spring.
While we wait for the new cycle to begin incense and oils can bring a hint of sunshine to our space. Imbolc incense and oils can be used with your rituals or just to lighten the energy in your space.
3 Parts Frankincense[part =teaspoon or tablespoon your choice just be consistent with all ingredients]
2 parts Dragon’s Blood
1/2 Part Red Sandalwood
1 Part Cinnamon
few drops red wine
To this mixture, add a pinch of the first flower (dry it first) that is
available in your area for Imbolc.
Imbolc Incense:Scott Cunningham’s book: The Complete Book of Incense, Oils & Brews
6 drops myrrh oil
3 drops basil oil
3 drops jasmine oil
3 drops Vanilla
2 drops cinnamon oil
After the holidays a little financial boost to your pocket and your business may come in handy.
Three Candle Money Spell
3 white candles
a pen [green ink]
Create your protective circle, clear your candles, then inscribe the amount of money you need on the 2 of the candles on the third candle inscribe $$$[three dollar signs] anoint the candles [from the wick down] with the cinnamon oil. Put one of the candles inscribe with the amount of money on the right and one on the left. The candle inscribed with the dollar signs is the middle candle. Now light the middle candle and use it to light the other two. As you light each candle focus on the amount of money you have inscribed on each candle and say: “by earth, air, water, and fire I now have the[amount of money inscribed on the candle]I desire“. Now close your eyes and visualize that amount of money arriving in a check or seeing it on your bank statement. When you have finished the visualization say: “My money is near my money is here, as I so will it so it must be immediately,physically in this reality for me to see, and for this I give thanks that it is so and so it is.“
2 parts Gum Benzoin
1 part Cinnamon
1 part Basil
1/4 part Frankincense
1/2 part Sweet Woodruff
1 1/2 part Vetivert
1/4 part Angelica
1 part Sandalwood
Blessing Your Boundaries
from Moon Magick by D.J. Conway
February is the perfect month to renew your protection of your home and property by blessing your boundaries. By blessing your boundaries you can strengthen your protection against intruders of all kind. If you can walk the boundaries of your property do, if you live in an apartment then plan to walk through each room.
:For walking the boundaries outside and blessing them take a bowl of cornmeal hold it up to the Sun [if you do this during the day] or Moon [if you do it at night] ask the Gods to bless it for you. Begin to the left of your driveway or entrance move clockwise [to the right] lightly sprinkling the corn meal as go. Chant:
“Blessings and honor to all who guard my boundaries. Blessings and thanks for your help and protection. May my property and dwelling be safe under your care. I offer you friendship and blessings.”
When you come to the starting point sprinkle the cornmeal once more across the drive or entrance path. This acts as a double seal. If possible build a small special place in full view of your entrance as a home for your guardians. It can be a collections of rocks, small patch of herbs or group of flowering bushes.
Prepare a chalice or glass of pure water and a small plate of salt. If you have an altar take these and ask for their blessings by the gods other wise hold up to the moon or Sun for blessing. Sprinkle three pinches of salt into the chalice and swirl the chalice three times clockwise. Being near the front door of your dwelling lightly sprinkle the water salt mixture across the door moving clockwise. Chant while sprinkling: “Blessings and honor to all who guard my dwelling boundaries. Blessings and thanks for your help and protection. May my dwelling place be safe under your care. I offer you friendship and blessings.”
Continue through each room in this manner until you have completely encircled your dwelling. Sprinkle the mixture across the threshold again. Create a small special place for your guardian facing your entrance, this can be a bowl of stones, dried flower arrangement or a special statue.