Magical Bath for Attracting Love

Bathing has always held an important place in the world of the kitchen witch. Not only is bathing soothing and relaxing, but it allows your entire body to soak in the magic you're creating for yourself. This particular bath magic is intended to help you attract love into your life.

* If you don't have a bath tub, you can do the same thing in the shower by placing the cloth bag directly under the stream of hot water and then stepping into the steam. I don't recommend using a tea ball with this method because you could slip on it and hurt yourself.

What you will need:

1. Either a small muslin bag with drawstring, or a tea ball.
    If you don't have either of these, a small square of cheesecloth or muslin and a piece         
    of string will work.

2. One ounce of your favorite flower petals. I like rose petals, but lavender and jasmine are   
     also lovely.

3. One ounce of lemon balm.

4. One ounce of lovage.

5. One rose red towel


Place the herbs into the muslin bag or tea ball, or put them in the center of the fabric square, bring the corners of the cloth together and tie it tightly with the string. As soon as there is a couple of inches of water in the tub, add the bag or tea ball containing your magical herbs to the bath and let it steep until the bath is full.

You can further set the stage by burning scented candles or incense if you wish. Now it's time to bathe with intent. Once you have immersed yourself in your magical bath, concentrate on the idea of love and what it means to you. Be as specific as possible without dwelling on any certain person. The idea is to attract a lover - not to compel one particular person to come to you.

Once you feel the spell of attraction is complete, dry yourself with the red towel, drain the tub, and bury the used herbs in your garden or in a flower pot. If you absolutely have no dirt handy, then wrap them in paper and put them in the trash.

Enjoy! And may you attract the love you so deserve.

Bright Blessings,

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