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The Ultimate Guide to Spiritual Baths

I love baths. I take a bath a week…at least. Sometimes they’re baths for period cramp relief. Sometimes they’re baths for itchy skin. Sometimes they’re baths for manifesting an outcome, whatever the reason please let it be known I will make a deal out of a bath. I will research herbs, crystals, candle meanings and put together some wonderful ingredients to help manifest a wonderful outcome. When I incorporated spiritual baths into my life, I started to gain clarity and vision. I was able to clearly direct myself towards a future I created with my mind! Spiritual baths are a MUST.

Throughout history our ancestors bathed as a way to show love and worthiness to Source. They also bathed to help invoke deities, summon strength, and inspire creation. The act of bathing was much more than simple cleanliness, the act of bathing was a part of the process of creation. It’s well known that Cleopatra bathed in milk, honey and rose oil daily as part of her beauty regimen. And we also know the benefits of clays and muds because of the ancestors. Our ancestors had deep knowledge on salts, clays, roots, herbs, flowers, any and everything that had a connection to the earth, knowing that the knowledge they get from these ingredients can help enrich their lives and establish a closer connection with source and the god within themselves.

Spiritual baths are special because they are specific baths with specific outcomes intended. One could put together a spiritual bath to call forth their lover. One could take a spiritual bath to win a court case. You can prepare a spiritual bath any way you see fit…it’s the ingredients mixed with the intention that makes the magic work. I’ve taken every spiritual bath known to man. Okay, total CAP, but I’ve taken a bunch. Both recipes of my own and ones I’ve bought from online black owned businesses around the country. I’ll link some of my favorites below. All of them, bought or created, have magical outcomes. 😊

The most common spiritual bath in my opinion is the “Attraction Spiritual Bath” – it’s a basic bath that calls forth love and attracts romance. I cannot tell you how often my little Cancerian heart has wished and longed for love…I really do love love.  Some things to understand when drawing an Attraction Spiritual Bath. First, you don’t have to have a specific person in mind to take this bath. Perhaps you just want to attract a partner, and that’s okay. Second, and this is important, you will only attract a partner who is on the same level of vibration as you. So, if you take this bath when you’re desperate and lonely and feeling sad, you’ll attract a partner who feels the same about themselves.

Quick story. I bought an attraction love bath online from a reputable seller. I’ve bought baths from them before and had wonderful outcomes! However, when I bought this love bath, I was in a pretty sad mental state as I had just gotten out of an on-again-off-again “situationship” for the third, and what I wished was the last time, but wasn’t cause I’m a glutton (a tale for another time) for relationship punishment. Anyhow, I bought this bath, did my ritual, and called forth a lover. I wanted a confident, attractive guy who liked to have conversation. Enter a chap who we will name “Tony”. Tony was, on the surface, a very nice guy. He seemed to have things under control in his life, but as I got to know him, I saw the gaping holes in his personality. The air of confidence I was attracted to was actually his insecurity wearing an invisibility cloak, and I became his dumping ground for all that troubled him.  I was exhausted. And it was during a deep meditation session when I realized that I was taking on his troubles as my own and wearing myself thin. He didn’t know any better, he was just dumping his problems onto me because I allowed him to. I made him feel better but made myself feel worse. I had to choose, I couldn’t help him and myself, so I cut him loose. Moral of the story is that I attracted what I asked for. An attractive guy who liked to have conversation about himself and his troubles. I learned an important message, be specific and have a good vibration.

Other common baths are “Prosperity/Abundance”, a bath to draw forth money. “Self-Love”, a bath to draw love to yourself from within. “Protection”, a bath to protect your soul and vibration. “Balance/Ease”, a bath to stable yourself during tumultuous times. I created some basic recipes for you to follow to bring whatever you need into your life. Remember, ingredients PLUS intent makes the magic work, so just throwing these herbs in a bath and soaking for 20 minutes won’t get you anywhere. It’s only when you place your intention on your desired outcome, use the tools at your fingertips, and believe you will get it, will it work.

 

Prosperity/Abundance Bath – Best done on a Tuesday

Before bathing, clear your tub of any debris. Clear the edge of shampoo bottles, soap, razors, etc. Clean your tub with non-toxic cleanser to wash away any leftover energies as you’re bringing your own new intentional energy to the tub.

In a reusable muslin bag add 2 cinnamon sticks, 4 tbsp basil, 2 tbsp allspice berries make sure you secure your bag with a knot. Draw a bath to the temperature of your liking and add the bag. Light a green candle for money and abundance and place your crystals and candle around the ledge/edge of the tub. Some crystals for prosperity are Citrine, Pyrite, Green Jade, Aventurine. As you slip into the tub recite the following affirmation: “Money flows to me easily and freely from multiple sources” lean back, relax, and allow your vibration to match your intention.

 

Self-Love Bath - Best done on a Monday

Before bathing, clear your tub of any debris. Clear the edge of shampoo bottles, soap, razors, etc. Clean your tub with non-toxic cleanser to wash away any leftover energies as you’re bringing your own new intentional energy to the tub.

In a reusable muslin bag add 4 tbsp dried rose, 3 tbsp lavender, 2 tbsp lemon balm make sure you secure your bag with a knot. Draw the bath to the temperature of your liking and add the bag. Light a pink candle for self-love and worth and place your crystals and candles around the ledge/edge of the tub. Some crystals for self-love are Rhodochrosite, Moonstone, Rhodonite, Carnelian. As you slip into the tub recite the following affirmation: “I am more than enough, peace and happiness are inside of me” lean back, relax, and allow your vibration to match your intention.

Protection Bath – Best done on a Saturday

Before bathing, clear your tub of any debris. Clear the edge of shampoo bottles, soap, razors, etc. Clean your tub with non-toxic cleanser to wash away any leftover energies as you’re bringing your own new intentional energy to the tub.

In a reusable muslin bag add 2 tbsp angelica, 2 tbsp cloves, 4 tbsp calendula make sure you secure your bag with a knot. Draw the bath to the temperature of your liking and add the bag. Light a black candle for protection and to absorb negative energy and place your candles and crystals around the ledge/edge of the tub. Some crystals for protection are Black Tourmaline, Clear Quartz, Black Obsidian. As you slip into the tub recite the following affirmation: “I am divinely protected, grounded and safe” lean back, relax, and allow your vibration to match your intention.

 

Attraction Bath – Best done on a Friday

Before bathing, clear your tub of any debris. Clear the edge of shampoo bottles, soap, razors, etc. Clean your tub with non-toxic cleanser to wash away any leftover energies as you’re bringing your own new intentional energy to the tub.

In a reusable muslin bag add 3 tbsp dried rose, 2 tbsp hibiscus, 2 tbsp cardamom, make sure you secure your bag with a knot. Draw the bath to the temperature of your liking and add the bag. Light a red candle for attraction and lust and place your candles and crystals around the ledge/edge of the tub. Some crystals for attraction are Rose Quartz, Garnet, Opal. As you slip into the tub recite the following affirmation: “My heart is open to give and receive love” lean back, relax, and allow your vibration to match your intention.

 

Balance/Healing Bath – Best done on a Sunday

Before bathing, clear your tub of any debris. Clear the edge of shampoo bottles, soap, razors, etc. Clean your tub with non-toxic cleanser to wash away any leftover energies as you’re bringing your own new intentional energy to the tub.

In a reusable muslin bag add 4 tbsp chamomile and 3 tbsp lavender make sure you secure your bag with a knot. Draw the bath to the temperature of your liking and take a big handful (or two!) of pink Himalayan salt and add it to the bath along with your bag, drop a few drops of Eucalyptus Essential oil to the water as well. Light a white candle for healing and ease and put your candles and crystals around the ledge/edge of the tub. Some crystals for healing are turquoise, smoky quartz, tigers eye. As you slip into the tub recite the following affirmation: “All that I seek is already within me.” Lean back, relax, and allow your vibration to match your intention.

 

What are some spiritual baths you take? Drop your recipes in the comments below I would love to hear about them! Much love!

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