To all of our metaphysical healers and spell makers, this one is for you.
As the world is finally starting to gain more knowledge on the world of tarot, crystal healing and Wicca, more products are becoming available to devoted practitioners everywhere. We are currently obsessing over the black-owned Wiccan-inspired subscription box, My Box of Shadows.
Click through below to see what items we think you should add to your spiritual arsenal:
1. Jar O Jasper
Jasper is known as a stone of protection, driving away evil and guarding you throughout the day. It can be used to stabilize your personal energy and aura, especially during astral travel and for grounding yourself. It is said to help with relaxation, contentment, compassion, nurturing, consolation, and courage for conflict ahead.
2. Lughnasadh: Rituals, Recipes & Lore
Lughnasadh—also known as Lammas—is the beginning of the harvest season, marking the point where the first fruit of the land has ripened. This guide to Lughnasadh shows you how to perform rituals and work magic around the gratitude we feel for plans that have come to fruition and explore themes of fertility, protection, and reflection. Llewellyn's Sabbat Essentials explore the old and new ways of celebrating the seasonal rites that are the cornerstones of the witch's year.
3. Tiger Eye Bracelet
Often worn to help enhance psychic and mental ability this bracelet is great for ritual craft or everyday grounding. This elastic bracelet is a simple and subtle piece of jewelry which can serve as a meditative focus and as a protective ward without calling attention to your intentions. Use it to help shed excess energies and find balance within and without.
4. Llewellyn's 2017 Witches' Datebook
Stay organized and magically inspired all year long with Llewellyn’s 2017 Witches’ Datebook. Featuring beautiful illustrations from award-winning artist Kathleen Edwards, a variety of ways to celebrate the Wheel of the Year, and powerful wisdom from practicing Witches, this indispensible, on-the-go tool will make your days more magical.
5. Mugwort Herbal Tube
Often used to protect against evil spirits, Mugwort is also believed to also dispel fatigue from travelers, aid in astral travel, dream magic, and divination. Can be made into a tea or smoked. Commonly used to relieve stress and insomnia.
6. Jar O Labradorite
According to an Eskimo legend, the Northern Lights were once imprisoned in the rocks along the coast of Labrador. It is told that a wandering Eskimo warrior found them and was able to free most of the lights with a mighty blow of his spear. Some of the lights were still trapped within the stone, and thus we have today the beautiful mineral known as labradorite. Traditionally, labradorite is thought to bring good luck. Labodarite has a naturally iridescent sheen and visible detail will change depending on the light.
7. Hematite Ring
Worn for balance and protection, and sometimes charged for spellwork and worn until they break, hematite rings can be a wonderful addition to your magical craft.