Fill a small sachet with equal parts wormwood and mugwort. Sleep with this next to your cheek or under your pillow to enhance psychic powers while you sleep, and wear it next to your skin while casting spells to enhance skill, inspiration, and protection.
Even more than most plants, the different forms of the botanical are not interchangeable.
Although mugwort is largely considered a woman’s herb, it is not safe for pregnant women or for those actively trying to become pregnant. It can cause profound uterine contractions.
With the exception of pregnant women, the herb is generally safe for adults, in moderate doses.
The flower essence remedy is the safest method for use, particularly when psychic enhancement is desired.
Mugwort essential oil, also known as armoise, its French name, is not safe for anyone. Mugwort’s latent destructive powers, potential neurotoxins, are concentrated in the essential oil. It should not be used except possibly under the most expert professional supervision.
The acacia tree has been associated with the sacred since the proverbial time immemorial, from the myth of Osiris to the Ark of the Covenant. Burn it as incense to stimulate and enhance psychic ability as well as to provide contact with the sacred.
The predominant energies of sunset provide a suitable condition for spellwork requiring reduction or alleviation. This phase lends itself to the removal of stress and confusion, hardship, and depression, and the disclosure of deception. It is also a good time for dieting magick.
To seal spells performed at sunset, use this chant or one of your own choosing:
As the Sun journeys downward, His energies take on a receptive quality. Use this phase to work efforts involving professionalism, business matters, communications, and clarity. It is also of benefit for spellwork involving exploration and travel.
To seal spells performed in the afternoon, use this chant or one of your own choosing: