Looking for a powerful and portable way to bring your intentions to life? Spell bottles offer the perfect solution to having all of your favorite intention-setting tools in one attractive and portable place. I also love that, unlike charm bags, you can add liquids to your spell bottle much easier and they’re pretty to look at!
What is a Spell Bottle?
Spell bottles are simply a spell that has all of its contents enclosed in a bottle. I like to think of them as little portable altars! You can add energetic materials into a vial or a bottle that relate to the intention you’re working on and have a reminder in your purse, your car, your desk, or wherever you want.
Today, I’m going to give you three recipes to create your own spell bottles and all of the tools you’ll need to create your own recipes!
Here are the basics to getting started with spell bottles. Read on to see my recipes for spell bottles to help with intuition, abundance, and deflecting negative energy.
What you’ll need to create your own spell bottle:
- Glass bottle or vial with a lid or cork, can be small or large.
- Piece of paper and pen
- Herbs, crystal in a size that will fit in your bottle or vial, essential oils, symbols (optional), and anything else you feel moved to add to it.
Creating your spell bottle:
- Gather any herbs, crystals, essential oils, symbols or other items that will align with and attract your intention.
- Cleanse your materials by the light of the moon, the sun, or with crystals used for cleansing.
- Write your intention on a paper.
- Meditate on your intention for a few moments.
- As you add your materials to your spell bottle speak your intention allowed.
- Close your spell bottle.
Once your spell bottle is closed, don’t open it again until your intention has come to fruition. Place your spell bottle where it makes the most sense to you. If it’s a spell bottle for deflecting negative energy at work, place it in your workspace. Once your intention has fulfilled, you can read this blog post for some ideas of what to do when your spell is over.
Spell Bottle Recipes
You can use as much or as little of each of the ingredients as you’d like, it’s just important that they’re each represented. If I list more than one herb, crystal, or symbol you don’t have to use each one, but they do each serve a specific purpose. The intention written on the paper can be changed based on your specific needs, so feel free to change it.
Spell Bottle Charms
You might already have something perfect to use for a symbol in your spell bottle. If you don’t and you’d like one, you can have a charm handcrafted specifically for your spell bottle by us. Click here to make your custom choices for a charm that can be used in a spell bottle, charm bag, necklace, or simply placed on your altar.
Improve Your Intuition Spell Bottle
- Herbs: Bay leaf and star anise
- Crystal: Amethyst
- Essential Oil: Frankincense
- Symbols: Third eye symbol
- Intention: Intuitive
Full Moon Energy Spell Bottle
- Herbs: Cinnamon and lavender
- Crystals: Moonstone, peridot, and citrine
- Essential Oil: Myrrh
- Symbols: Moon or Goddess symbol
- Intention: Abundant
Negative Energy Deflection Spell Bottle
- Herbs: Dill
- Crystals: Obsidian and hematite
- Essential Oil: Rose and lavender
- Symbols: Hamsa with evil eye
- Intention: Protected
Cassie Uhl is a published author, artist, intuitive, and founder of Zenned Out. She created Zenned Out in 2012 with the mission to build a brand that normalizes spirituality. In 2018 she self-published her popular and interactive Goddess Discovery Book series. In 2020 her writing and art became more mainstream with Understanding Auras, Understanding Crystals, and Understanding Chakras, published by The Quarto Group. Her writing style and art combine to help marry accessibility with deep spiritual topics. It is her goal to help others understand and live spiritual practices that can change the world. Inspired by her open-minded grandmother, Cassie has been meditating and working with her energy since her teenage years. She received her 200hr YTT in 2012 with a focus on breathwork. Now, her work focuses on energy work, journeying, mediumship, death midwifery, and healing through traditional Celtic shamanic practices.