Intent oils

The most common use of these oils is the anointing of candles and objects in correspondence with their specific intent.

Astral Travel Oil

Place a drop or two on each temple when attempting to enter the astral world.

13 drops benzoin oil

5 drops cinnamon oil

2 drops lavender oil 1/2 ounce jojoba

Banishing Oil

Use to cleanse objects of negative energy. Paranoid types might keep a bottle of this on the altar for emergencies. Should you encounter forces you wish to drive out, tossing a few drops into a censor of charcoal will generate a response more quickly than incense.

9 drops clove oil

6 drops juniper berry oil 6 drops pine oil

1/2 ounce base oil

Business Success

Place a piece of malachite in a purple sachet in each corner and add a drop or two of this oil to the sachet once a week. 9 drops cinnamon oil 6 drops basil oil

3 drops clove oil

3 drops patchouli oil 1/2 ounce olive oil

Celibacy Oil for Men

Fill a white sachet with celibacy incense and a few drops of this oil and carry it with you. When you feel tempted, inhale its scent. I have noted that this recipe simply does not work in candles. The scent remains strong, but so do natural desires. Perhaps the association between sex and candlelight is entirely too strong for it to overcome.

6 drops camphor oil 3 drops lavender oil

1/2 ounce base coconut or other base oil

Coconut oil is the perfect base for this mixture, but others will do.

Courage Oil

15 drops frankincense oil 6 drops black pepper oil 1/2 ounce base oil

Divination Oil (expensive)

Place one drop on each temple when meditating. This is not a good recipe to use in candles.

9 drops jasmine oil 9 drops rose oil 3 drops orange oil 1/2 ounce base oil

Divination (affordable)

Place one drop on each temple when meditating. This is excellent oil to use in candles that will be used for divination.

6 drops bergamot oil 6 drops cypress oil 3 drops clove oil 1/2 ounce base oil

Dreams Oil (to bring)

Place three drops on your pillow or the head of your bed and one on each temple.

9 drops lavender oil 6 drops sage oil 1/2 ounce base oil

Energy Oil (physical)

Carry in pocket on a cloth swab for the time that you need a little extra energy in your stride. Astrologically based oils are better for psychic energy.

6 drops camphor oil 6 drops cinnamon oil 6 drops patchouli or orange oil 1/2 ounce sunflower oil

Friendship Oil

Wear as a perfume to ease tension between friends and potential friends. Anoint a yellow ribbon and tie it in a bow at the entrance to your door. Invite friends to touch it as they enter. This blend also seems to combat shyness.

6 drops benzoin oil 6 drops orange oil 3 drops petitgrain oil 1/2 ounce of base oil

Healing Oil

Diffuse during healing mediations and rituals.

9 drops eucalyptus oil 6 drops allspice berry oil 6 drops juniper berry oil 1/2 cup olive oil

Joy/Anti-Depression

Rub a few drops into the temples. Also works well as a relaxing massage oil. Be aware that if it promotes headaches, you are probably allergic to ylang-ylang oil.

9 drops sage oil 6 drops basil oil 3 drops ylang-ylang oil

1/2 ounce almond oil (2 ounces if used as a massage oil) Love (for a woman to feel)

Diffuse into the air or use as a love-drawing massage oil. Wear as a personal perfume to promote the feeling of love in women who smell it.

6 drops lemon oil 6 drops cardamom seed oil 3 drops spearmint oil

1/2 ounce almond oil (2 ounces if used as a massage oil)

Love Oil (premium and general)

This is also a mood-setting oil. Diffuse it into the air to promote romantic love in both men and women. Dilute it as instructed, and this makes incredible massage oil for romantic evenings. Remember that there is a clear difference between love and lust. 9 drops rose oil 3 drops jasmine oil

1/2 ounce almond oil (2 ounces if used as a massage oil) Love (for a man to feel)

Diffuse to lighten a heavy heart. 9 drops dragon's blood perfume oil 6 drops rose oil (rose geranium is acceptable) 6 drops lavender oil 1/4 ounce

Luck Oil (general)

When used in candles or diffused into the air, the scent instills a feeling of luck when its subtle scent is noticed conscious or subconscious mind.

9 drops bergamot oil 6 drops allspice berry oil 6 drops orange oil 1/2 ounce base oil

Lust Oil (to inspire lust in a woman for a man)

Wear on the body as you would a perfume. When used as a massage oil, this is very inspiring.

9 drops patchouli oil 6 drops sandalwood oil 3 drops rose oil

1/2 ounce sunflower oil (2 ounces of almond oil if used for massage)

of this blend by either the

Lust Oil (to inspire lust in a man for a woman)

Wear on the body as you would a personal perfume.

9 drops neroli oil 6 drops ginger oil 1/2 ounce apricot seed oil

Meditation Oil

Massage a drop into each temple. This is excellent but expensive oil to use when making meditation candles.

9 drops frankincense oil 6 drops sandalwood oil 3 drops myrrh oil 1/2 ounce almond oil

Memory Oil

The difference between a fairytale and a war story is that a fairytale starts off "once upon a time" and a war story starts off "and this ain't no bull." This oil will help you remember both when old friends drop by. It also is a great study oil. Diffuse it while you study and add a few drops to a cloth. When taking that hard test, hold the cloth to your face and inhale deeply. Like popcorn and the movie theater, any scent has the ability to stir memories of the last time you smelled it, but this one works very well. Any chant that will be used with this oil should be one directly associated with what memories you are trying to stir. In the case of the war stories, military cadence will do fine. 9 drops rosemary oil 9 drops peppermint oil 3 drops juniper oil 1/2 ounce base oil

Prosperity Oil

This oil should be used in conjunction with all activities in which you hope to prosper. Wear it on the wrists as you conduct yourself in a manner that is deserving of a raise at work. If Lotto is your game, anoint your lottery ticket but remember that even if it cuts your odds in half, you are still facing only a shot in millions. Better to use it in conjunction with less risk-based endeavors.

9 drops patchouli oil 6 drops cinnamon oil 3 drops orange oil 3 drops clove oil 1/2 almond oil base

Protection Oil (general)

Used to anoint self for strength against psychic attacks and to anoint objects to charge them as talismans of protection. I received this recipe from a friend who routinely anointed his flack jacket with this mixture when he was a Marine. As the result of a car bomb, his left arm was torn all but loose from his body. Even with almost full use of the limb after it was re-attached, the Marines would not let him re-enlist, so he joined the Army, where we met. He still swore by the oil because he survived. After telling this story to a friend who is a police officer, she let me place a few drops on the soft armor of her bulletproof vest. A month later, she was shot with a rifle cartridge. Even though she was not wearing the hard plate inserts that are designed to stop rifle rounds, the bullet did not penetrate her chest. Yes, she did have one heck of a bruise and, as I recall, one of her ribs was broken, but she survived. Anointing your wrists will not stop a bullet, but it might help you to remember your bulletproof vest or recognize a threat quick enough to get out of its killing zone. 6 drops cypress oil 6 drops patchouli 6 drops rose oil 1/2 ounce almond oil

Purification Oil #1 (generally for objects)

I prefer to make all of my own magickal tools, but every now and then 1 find something in an antique mall or flea market that feels absolutely right. Even so, I use this or a like blend to get rid of the psychic sludge that sometimes rides in on used goods. Rub a few drops on any surface that will not be damaged by oil. If the object is water safe, mix this with sea salt and a little bit of laundry detergent for a cleansing bath.

The detergent will act as an emulsifier and allow the water and oil to mix.

6 drops bay oil 6 drops benzoin oil 3 drops cinnamon oil 3 drops clove oil 1/2 ounce olive oil

Purification Oil #2 (generally for self and personal environments)

The home is sacred space. As such, you should avoid asking anyone into it that you do not feel comfortable with. Unfortunately, we do not always have the luxury of being the only one who makes such decisions. In my case, this is the case with my roommate's girlfriend's mother. When it comes to psychic sludge, the woman is a leaking 55-gallon drum. Not only does this oil saturate my diffuser when she leaves; I try to remember to place it there in anticipation of her arrival. 9 drops frankincense oil 3 drops cinnamon oil 3 drops bay oil 1/2 ounce olive oil

Sexual Energy (in men)

Of all places to put an oil with such a name, this seems to work best on your socks. To be effective for nighttime romps, place it there in the morning and wear it during the day. Then take a shower, change your clothes (especially your socks), and use an oil more befitting your partner. The psychic impression of this oil will last for many hours. 6 drops allspice berry oil 6 drops dragon's blood perfume oil 6 rosemary oil

Strength (physical)

This works best as a massage oil when used in conjunction with deep muscle massage, but it is also used in diffusers. If you are an employer, a sneaky use of this oil is to diffuse it into the workplace when your employees will have a particularly physically active day. This is no more manipulative than providing employees with free coffee, even the scent of which has been shown to increase performance.

9 drops lemongrass oil 6 drops sandalwood oil 6 drops nutmeg oil

1/2 ounce almond oil (2 ounces if massage oil) Success Oil (general)

The scent of this oil encourages people towards the attributes that bring success. This oil is not worn on the body. Instead, try diffusing it at the workplace or placing a few drops on the cuff of your pant legs. Be warned that excessive use will eat at the fabric.

9 drops ginger oil

6 drops cinnamon oil

1/2 ounce sunflower kernel oil

Unstress Oil

Diffuse this into the air when you want to relax. Note that this oil does not contain fillers or carrier oils. Be especially careful not to get this on your skin.

2 parts lavender oil 1 part benzoin oil

1 part cumin seen oils

Wisdom Oil

This scent tends to promote contemplation and consideration before action. It is diffused, used in candles, and worn on the temples.

6 drops frankincense oil 6 drops sandalwood oil

3 drops sage oil

1/2 ounce almond oil

Wishing Oil

Anoint a ribbon selected with an appropriate color (see Chapter 9 under chakras), write your wish on a piece of parchment paper, as many times as will fit, on both sides. Roll up the parchment paper and tie it with the ribbon. Burn this outdoors and see your wishes rise up with the smoke and ash. As you do so, recite your wish over and over. Do this each day until you receive your wish.

9 drops sage oil 9 drops sandalwood oil 1/2 ounce base oil

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