Dust off your aura with a sweet & floral bath ritual
Have you been feeling the pull to love on yourself a bit more lately? Everyone knows that the more you radiate love and high-vibe energy, the more that same energy becomes attracted to you. In my quest to love up on myself more, over the past 3 days, I’d been planning to create a honey jar to sweeten my aura and draw more opportunities and high-vibe people into my space.
There are quite a few ingredients that I felt compelled to work with and add to this jar. I spent a couple of days the week prior collecting some new herbs that intuitively felt in alignment with my intent. I’d planned to put everything together on the morning of the blood moon eclipse. However, the universe had other plans. Instead of working on my jar, I woke up with a strong desire to clean and purge. I ended up spending the better part of the day organizing my room, throwing things out, cleaning my altar and tidying up. Marie Kondo would be proud! Plus, I later found out that big eclipse energy requires letting go.
Afterwards, I didn’t feel like doing anything but resting, and felt that since I’d done so much physical cleaning, and touching things that no longer resonated with me that I wanted to let go of, I thought it would be a good time to do a spiritual bath.
I already had many of the items for my honey jar, so I figured this would be a good opportunity to test some of them out. My intent was primarily to let go of old stuff and to clear my energy to make way for the new-new —basically more self-love, more compassion for myself, and of course a highly attractive energy field.
And I’m so glad that I did, ‘cause when I got out that thang… honey… I felt like NEW cash money! And, the very next day, I got a sudden windfall of cash unexpectedly. Okurrr! So, if you want the recipe for my self-love goddess bath to try it for yourself, here it goes…
What you’ll need:
Dried Lavender (Love, protection, healing)
Cinnamon stick (Success, healing, power, protection, love, luck, strength, prosperity)
Chamomile (Luck, love, healing, calm)
Dried red roses (Divine love & lasting relationships)
Raw sugar (Love, sex, power)
What you’ll do:
Boil on med-low 15-20 minutes, long enough to release the plants’ essence.
*Fresh flowers and herbs can be used, no boiling necessary. Instead, you can give them a loving massage to release the natural perfume and oils.
Either way it’s a good idea to invoke the power of each ingredient as you add to the pot (if boiling) or tub (if using fresh ingredients). For example: ‘Thank you roses for for lending your divine love and lasting relationship power.’
Cool & strain (Alternately, you can strain right into the tub if using it for a bath).
In the tub add your bath salt. Pink Himalayan works wonders + your fave essential oils. I used moldavite bath salt + jasmine and rosemary essential oil.
ALSO, I forgot to mention this on social, but I added some of my fave crystals in the bath with me while I soaked. I grabbed my rose quartz, labradorite, amethyst, moonstone, red tiger’s eye & moldavite. Make sure whichever ones you choose are suitable to be submerged. Some crystals don’t fare well in water.
Burn your favorite incense. Again, I used moldavite (my favorite transformation tektite essence).
Afterwards, try to air dry, and wrap up in something comforting or that make you feel your best. I did this bath on Sunday, which is ruled by the sun, so I chose a vibrant gold yellow cropped sweatshirt over my fave black bodysuit.
One of my blogger baes DM’d me on IG to let me know she was planning to use hers as a Florida water. You can see her version in the video above. However you decide to use it, make it your own and remember— it’s more about the intent than following a stringent guideline. Your own spirit knows what you need. So, let that be your guide!
Hit me up and send me photos if you decide to use this recipe and it helps you. I’d love to see your work!
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