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A Money Bowl

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Money bowls bring wealth to you and your home. They originate in Chinese culture and Feng Shui. The practice of money bowls has recently become popular among Witches, Pagans, Spiritualists and other groups in the UK.

Here is my money bowl:

Good items to put in a Money Bowl include:

  • A green candle – The colour green being associated with money. (Interesting sidenote: in China the colour red is associated with wealth.)
  • Rice – Due to its historic Chinese association with wealth.
  • Cinnamon – Either sticks, ground Cinnamon or essential oil. Cinnamon is associated with money and abundance.
  • Crystals – I’ve used a Citrine point. But you can also use green stones like Adventurine and Malachite. Loadstones are great for attraction (as they are naturally magnetic), if you have them.
  • Bay Leaves – Associated with prosperity.
  • Symbols of money or wealth – Including coins and notes of the currency.
  • Chilli Flakes or Ginger – To give it a magical boost.

Making a money bowl is fun. But it’s important to not make it and then forget about it. Money bowls work by constantly feeding it your energy on a daily basis. So each day try to spend some time with it. Add items, talk to it, meditate with it, do whatever feels right.

It is inadvisable to take items out of your money bowl, as symbolically it is like subtracting wealth.

Every now and then you’ll need to refresh your money bowl to keep it being effective at drawing in the wealth.

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Aura Photography 2

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Just over a month ago I had my aura photographed (see Aura Photography). I had a big gaping whole in my aura and it was mostly red following a difficult time and traumatic experience. Since I’ve been doing some mediation to repair and rejuvenate my aura and as a result have been feeling better. So this weekend I’ve had another aura photograph done:

As you can see the red is starting to leave being replaced by orange and yellow. The is a distinct green around my heart. My aura no longer has the gaping whole, it seems the meditations have worked.

I don’t know if you can tell on the photo, but on the right side there are three orbs. I am reliably informed that these are spirits or guides. It’s nice to see them with me and looking out for me.

So what’s the meaning of the red, orange, yellow and green colours in my aura? Well you can see the meaning of red in my Aura Photography post and as for the other colours:

Meaning of the Colours
Orange – Brave, Strong, Confident, Positive, Adventurous, Creative, Outgoing, Arrogant, Vanity, Tension, Control, Emotional, Stubbornness.

Yellow – Clarity, Incisiveness, Leadership, Knowledge, Honest, Happy, Individualism, Logical, Cynical, Analytical, Critical, Egotism, Negative Thinking, Stress.

Green – Practical, Helpful, Dependable, Generous, “Moving on” through awareness, Healer, Suspicion, Bitterness, Feeling unsettled without secureness and stability, Conflict of ideas and emotions.

As usual I’ve bolded the words that I think apply to me right now. Think I’ll have my aura photographed every month or two, just to keep an eye on the health of my energy.

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