Make A Money Bowl

Make A Money Bowl

A money bowl is an easy way to bring money or abundance into your home or business.

You'll need:

-A bowl (Green, gold, copper or clear is preferable)

-Some coins/trinkets/charms to represent money or currency.

-Crystals (pyrite and citrine are always good ones)

-Herbs/essential oils or anointing blends with abundance properties such as cinnamon, jasmine, chamomile, bay leaf, mint, star anise, ginger etc.

-A green, gold or silver spell candle. 

-Paper and pen

-Incense or energy cleansing tool of your choice

Remember as always, use your own intuition and do what feels right for you.

1. Gather your tools. Ensure your bowl is clean.

2. Energetically cleanse all your chosen items that will be going into your money bowl. 

3. Write our your intention in present tense (I have, I am ...)
"I have all my bills paid" "I abundantly have prosperous energy flowing through my home" "I have a successful business" "I have $1000 in my bank account by the end of the month DD/MM/YYYY".

Fold it up so that you are folding the paper towards you - or bringing the energy to you.

4. Begin adding your chosen items. As you place each item in the bowl, repeat your intention in your mind.

5. Anoint a candle with your chosen essential oil or blend, and safely burn it within your bowl. Fire is activating, so it will help intensify your goal.

6. I personally like to seal my intention with the wax of the candle, but everything in magick is up to you.

7. Put your bowl in a safe place, near your front door, in your work space.

8. IMPORTANT - You'll want to "feed" your money bowl every few days or whenever you feel called to do so. It keeps the energy flowing and the abundance coming in.

You can feed it with coins, herbs, essential oils or anything that represents abundance you.

If you no longer want your money bowl, or want to totally re-do it, take out your coins, crystals and charms, and return all the natural elements of herbs and resins etc to the earth.

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12 comments

I would like to see the answers to the questions.

Dianne

How long do I burn the candle in my bowl?

Natalie Palmer-Sheppard

It was very interesting I’m going to try it.

Victoria Major

i’ve heard that you’re not supposed to spend the money you put in your money bowl, but I’m a bit skint at the moment (see: may not be able to afford fuel for my car lol) so would it be bad luck if I absolutely had to use it? i’d replace it with something else but I don’t want to make anything worse ^^;

lily

Do I need to let the candle fully burn and do I turn it back on if it turned off?

Ashley

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