Kitchen Witch Spring Equinox Ritual by Ness

You will need:

Candle – Purple or Green or a colour that speaks to you of spiritual growth or personal growth

Lighter or matches

A small organza/fabric pouch or similar (you can also use a small envelope)

Small amount of each herb/plant for your pouch for spiritual/personal growth:

A list of suggestions:

Cleansing to clear the mind – burdock, ginger, heather, mugwort, sage, willow, mint

Clarity and focus – cardamon, clove, dill, lavender, mustard seed

Strength and Courage to move forwards – birch, carnation, daisy, fennel, thyme, bay, oak, garlic

A bit of ‘oomph!’ - black pepper, mustard powder or seed

Something to eat and drink

Circle Casting:

We have gathered from far and wide

Our hearts and minds connected

By the power of the energies that reside

This circle is now protected!

Quarter Calls:

Element of Air

You are intellect, inspiration and imagination

Ideas, possibilities and wishes

We ask you to join our ritual and lend us your energies!

We welcome you!

Element of Fire

You are change, motivation, creativity and willpower

Authority and leadership

We ask you to join our ritual and lend us your energies!

We welcome you!

Element of Water

You are cleansing, healing, intuition and compassion

Emotion and subconscious

We ask you to join our ritual and lend us your energies!

We welcome you!

Element of Earth

You are stability, wisdom and knowledge

Strength, prosperity and growth

We ask you to join our ritual and lend us your energies!

We welcome you!

Ancient Goddess Verbeia

We ask you for your presence at our ritual and to lend us your energies,

To promote wisdom, strength and spiritual growth

And to dispel what no longer serves

We welcome you!

Spring Equinox falls this year on Saturday March 20th at 5.37am GMT.

The length of the day and night are almost equal.

It is the first day of Spring with the promise of longer days ahead, filled with sunshine, warmth and light evenings.

A time to clear away what no longer serves: free yourself from all things that hinder your progress, therefore promoting forward thinking, wisdom and growth!

We will make a Herbal Spell Pouch for Spiritual Growth

If you have made the Spring Equinox oil that Sue shared in her blog, you may either use it to dress your candle or to anoint your third eye – or both if you wish! You may also wish to use the incense blend that Sue made as well. If you don’t have either of these, feel free to use your own if you have them.

Link to Sue's blog is here

Light your (dressed) candle and your incense.

Take your pouch/bag or envelope and one by one add your herbs to it, thinking of the intent of the particular herb as you do so.

When you are done, anoint your third eye with the oil if you are doing so, and hold the pouch/bag or envelope in your hands. Focus on the candle -

You may say the following words to yourself if you wish:

I see clearly

I think clearly

I trust my intuition

I trust in my abilities

I know my strengths

I let go of what no longer serves

When are ready, we can eat and drink!

Deity Thank You:

Ancient Goddess Verbeia

We have seen what needs to be done to obtain wisdom, strength and spiritual growth

And for lending us your energies!

Thank you for your presence here today!

Quarter Thank You’s

Element of Earth

You have shown us stability, wisdom and your knowledge

Thank you for lending us your energies here today!

Element of Water

You have shown us compassion, intuition and how we may heal

Thank you for lending us your energies here today!


Element of Fire

You have given us the power to be creative, and to be motivated.

Thank you for lending us your energies here today!

Element of Air

You have brought us inspiration and imagination.

Thank you for lending us your energies here today!

Circle Closing:

We have gathered from far and wide

Our hearts and minds connected

By the power of the energies that reside

This circle is uncast but always protected!

Blessings to you all!

Allow the candle to burn down if you can do so safely and you can place your pouch on your altar.



Image: David Copper on Unsplash

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