35 Ways You Can Incorporate Enchantments Into Your Magickal Practice

 

I really love amulets, talismans, and other enchanted items, and I even explain a bit on things you can do and how you can enchant an item in this post, but for now, I want to share 35 awesome, unique, and cool items you can enchant and use for yourself or others!

Keep in mind that this is in no way a completed list, and each list you don’t have to necessarily use that specific item with that intention, but these are just some ideas that I’ve come up with and wanted to share with you! I’ll actually be writing a list of 100-200 ideas, soon, which you’ll be able to get for free when it comes out by signing up to my newsletter. I’ll also be posting the master list in my ebook that will be coming out soon.

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  1. A robe that you put on to center and ground yourself and used especially for spell-work and meditation.
  2. A charm that brings you wisdom to help you make the right call on a tough decision.
  3. A pendulum that heightens your own intuition upon use.
  4. A necklace that ensures safe travels and used especially when traveling outside of the country.
  5. Earrings that bring knowledge and reduce stress to help you pass a test.
  6. Headphones that, when used, promotes creativity in your art, writing, crafts, and other hobbies.
  7. A doll that ‘absorbs’ negative energy and evil spirits that are in the room (or house).
  8. A bottle of perfume that attracts passion and romance.
  9. A candle that burns away negativity when lit.
  10. A jar that, when a photo or a name is placed inside, sends positive, healing energy to that person.
  11. An herbal tea, especially mixed with the right herbs, promotes fertility and boosts the chances of getting pregnant.
  12. A ring that promotes devotion and loyalty.
  13. A hand-crafted clay necklace engraved with a sigil and enchanted to repel negative spirits.
  14. A statue that, when it sits on the photo or name of a person, attracts the spirit of that loved one.
  15. A bracelet that helps you astral travel and helps tether you to your body.
  16. A sleeping mask that repels nightmares.
  17. A lamp that, when lit, attracts positive energy.
  18. A box of cigarettes that brings bad luck when smoked, or negative side effects, and used to help (with permission) to quit smoking.
  19. Exercise equipment that increases determination and confidence in the user with each use.
  20. A pet’s collar enchanted to protect the animal and promote health.
  21. A piece of paper that heightens your intuition and aids in automatic writing.
  22. A tarot card deck (specifically used in spell-casting) that is enchanted to provide a boost of power when used.
  23. A bottle of germ-x that aids in preventing illness.
  24. A necklace enchanted to help control an empath’s abilities.
  25. A pen, specifically for magickal work, enchanted to bring a boost of power.
  26. A car enchanted to bring opportunities and safe travel.
  27. A talisman enchanted to ward away bugs in your home.
  28. A perfume that is enchanted to attract the truth.
  29. A bottle of pills with a magickal boost to attract better, long-term health.
  30. A stuffed animal enchanted to always center a child and give him/her comfort.
  31. A charm to place inside your wallet enchanted to attract wealth.
  32. A sachet of items, such as gemstones and herbs, enchanted to bring protection.
  33. An enchanted necklace to keep you determined and remind you of what you are working hard for.
  34. A charm enchanted to repel negative energy and conflict in the workplace.
  35. A jar that attracts and absorbs power as it collects the ashes of burned sigils throughout time, and can be used when it nears full for spell work.

Do you have any awesome enchantment ideas? Let me know in the comments down below.

Author: Kaia Blackwood

Born with psychic gifts to see the future, I guess you can say witchcraft just found me. When I started really diving into the magick of all things witchy, I quickly fell in love - and so did my group of friends! However, I never really followed other traditional spiritual paths like Wiccan or Norse Paganism, and I never really knew what to call "my path". No other name seemed to fit right, and I realized that maybe others feel the same way. So, why not build a community that accepts ALL beliefs, no matter how small?

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