* The Great Outdoors (This could be your back yard, a park, or forest — any
place where the wishing powder will land on the earth when you release it).
* Anything else you feel you need to personalize your wish.
You will need to craft the wishing powder ahead of time.
You can either do this at home in a Circle or, if you don’t mind taking your mortal
and pestle along with you, you can make it outside where you plan to use it.
(This isn’t too hard to do if you’re staying in your own backyard).
* 2 parts sage * 1 part sandalwood * 1 part Tonka beans
Grind, mix, and empower.
If you’re feeling adventurous, customize your wishing powder to the wish you’ll be making.
(Example: Crushed rose petals for bringing love into your life).
Find a spot to make our wishes from.
Take a handful of the wishing powder and begin concentrating on your wishes.
(Please do not put yourself in danger to make a wish.
A wish is just as powerful whether it’s made standing on a rock on the side of a steep
hill or standing in a field). Put your energy and wish into the powder you are holding.
When it feels like you can no longer hold the energy, let it fly.
As the powder settles to the ground, visualize your wishes joining with the Earth,
gaining power and strength.
As always, remember the Rule of Three when making your wish.
After putting the energy out there, it’s impossible to call it back.
Remember the old saying, “Be careful what you wish for, you may get it.”
If you are worried about where to get Tonka Beans (as needed for the above wishing spell).
You can do an easy search for them through any search engine to find them.
Vanilla Beans/pods are a Substitute


2 thoughts on “WISHING POWDER

    1. Recipes like this are designed with the practitioner in mind. The recipe depends on how much you want to make. I am horrible with measurements, so I will try to explain it this way.

      Let’s say you wanted to make a certain amount of this formula. You would have to keep all the measurements the same. Like if you used a cup, then you would have to use a cup as a standard measurement for the rest. Now when it comes to the “2 parts sage,” you would use 2 cups. Then 1 cup sandalwood and 1 cup Tonka bean. If you want to go to gallons and make a huge formula, then you would have to stick to gallons for the standard measurement. For instance, 2 parts sage would turn out to be 2 gallons of sage. Then a gallon of sandalwood and a gallon of Tonka beans.

      Remember, these recipes are designed for you to determine how much you want to make. If you start out using ounces, then you have to use ounces for everything else. If you start out using cups, then you have to use cups for everything else. You have to keep the same standard of measurement throughout the entire recipe.

      I hope I have answered your question. If you need anything else, just give me a holler.


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