Mini Money Magick: Little Ways to Practice
We’re all about the Busy Witch lifestyle here at Inked Goddess Creations, so we wanted to create a quick list of easy, small ways to practice money magick. We’re calling it “Mini Money Magick” and all these tips take only one or two steps to complete.
Easy Door Wash
Spiritually cleanse the front door of your home with an easy wash. You can also use it as a floor wash. Simply brew up a cup of spearmint tea and let it come to room temperature. Pour it into a larger bucket of water or in a spray bottle and start cleansing. *Test the wash on an inconspicuous part of the surface you’re working with to make sure it doesn’t damage the paint or finish.
Carry Prosperity with You
Slip a bay leaf into your wallet for continued prosperity. You can write an intention on it if you wish. If not, the bay leaf’s magick will still do its work! If you’re more of a crystal witch, jade, citrine, and pyrite are perfect for money magick on the go.
Add Bamboo Plant to Your Desk
Draw money and good luck to your workspace with a bamboo plant. Just make sure there’s water in its dish and it will grow, making it an easier option for non-green witches.
Drink Mint or Chamomile Tea
Start your day with mint or chamomile tea. Stir intentions into the tea and sip slowly while going about your morning routine. Both herbs are perfect for drawing money and prosperity.
Eat Some Grapes for Prosperity
Speaking of prosperity, eat some grapes to boost the energy in a truly delicious way! Grapes are one of those fruits that just epitomize decadence, so indulge in a few while focusing your intention on being a prosperous witch.
Add Cinnamon and Clove to Your Coffee
This is one of my favorite tricks for adding magick and flavor to a pot of coffee. Simply add ground cinnamon and clove to your coffee grounds and brew your pot of coffee as usual. Adding the spices to the grounds keeps your coffee from getting gritty and both are well-known for their abundance magick.
What’s your favorite way to practice money magick quickly?