Sweet Jar Spell
A sweet jar spell is a type of magical spell that utilizes the power of sugar, one of the most widely used ingredients in a variety of spells. The practice has been used for centuries, dating back to ancient times, and is still used in many cultures today. Sweet jars are believed to be a vehicle for transmitting wishes and desires to the universe, and sending them off with the help of sweet energy.
But what is a sweet jar spell? Simply put, it’s a spell worked with the intent of utilizing sweet or sugary ingredients to bring about our desired outcome. The ingredients chosen for the spell will depend on the specific intention for the request, or the focus of the spell, but some common items used in sweet jar spells include honey, molasses, brown sugar, cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, and other sweet spices. In addition, items such as coins, paper with written intentions, colored ribbons, herbs, crystals, and other items can be included depending on the purposes of the spell.
Once the ingredients have been gathered and added to the jar, the next step is to add a few drops of appropriate essential oils, infusions, and libations. Utilizing them in a spell will further strengthen the sweet energy and energy of the spell. Essential oils that can be used in spellwork include rose, jasmine, cinnamon, myrrh, and vanilla. Infusions are a great choice to add to the jar when working a spell. Infusions may include rosemary, cinnamon, ginger, or any other herb that corresponds to the intention of the spell. Libations, or drinks, can also be used to anoint the jar or spell work. Popular libations for sweet jar spells include honey mead, sweet fruit juices, or wine.
Once all the items have been gathered and added to the sweet jar, it is time to close and seal the jar. Sealing the jar with a lid or cork will help to contain the magical energy within the spellwork and symbolize the intent of the spell. Once the jar has been sealed, it is time to begin chanting or speaking the word of power.In addition to the word of power, candles can also be used to set the energy of the spell in motion. Whether you use white, red, yellow, green or purple, it is important to remember that the most important element in working the spell is intent.
Once the spell has been spoken, the next step is to use the sweet jar. This can be done in a variety of ways, including keeping it in an area of the home where its energies can be felt, placing it in the garden to attract luck and abundance, or simply to keep it near the bed each night to encourage peaceful dreams. Alternatively, the sweet jar can be buried on the property or placed in the window to attract good fortune.
Sweet jar spells are a powerful way to work with magic and manifest our desires. By gathering up sweet and sugary ingredients, items that represent our intentions, and speaking the word of power––we can set the desired energy in motion. Sweet jar spells are a wonderful way to reconnect with the traditional practice of folk magic and bring our dreams closer to reality.
Sweet Jar Spell Recipe
- A glass jar with a lid
- Sugar, honey, molasses, brown sugar, or a combination of these ingredients
- Spices such as cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, cardamom, etc.
- Optional ingredients, such as coins, ribbons, herbs, crystals, etc.
- Essential oils such as rose, jasmine, cinnamon, myrrh, or vanilla
- Infusions such as rosemary, cinnamon, ginger, etc.
- Libations such as honey mead, sweet fruit juices, or wine
- A word of power or intention
- Candles, for setting the energy of the spell
- Gather all the ingredients for the spell.
- Add all the items to the jar –– sugar, honey, spices, coins, ribbons, herbs, crystals, etc.
- Add a few drops of essential oils, infusions and libations, if desired.
- Close and seal the jar.
- Chant a word of power or intention.
- Light candles and allow them to burn until finished.
- Use the sweet jar in whatever way works for you –– keeping it in an area of your home, placing it in the garden, keeping it near the bed, burying it on the property, or placing it in the window.