Free Magic Soul Mate Dream Spell



Jan 20th Love spell, but is harming none.
This one is supposedly to show the caster their true love.
Needed: pink candle (put sandalwood on it)
Before bed on Jan 20th do this spell. Hold mirror up to your face and say:
"Dear St. Agnes sweet and fair I call upon thee with humble prayer
with clarity I wish to see the face of my true love to be.
Tonight let him be dream revealed, with a kiss this rhyme be sealed.
So mote it be." Kiss mirror put mirror under pillow, (glass side up) Thank St. Agnes
Then go to sleep with an open mind.


What you need: 1 red candle, an altar with a pentagram upon it
Turn out the lights and place the candle at the middle of the pentagram, sit cross legged
in front of the altar, then say:
"Let me dream a bright dream with my soulmate send him/her to me now.
I wish to see him/her this night. So mote it be!"
The more times you say it the more power your spell gains. Another spell you can do is go
outside when it is a full moon out look at the moon and braid your hair as you do, then go
to sleep and dream of them.


Dream pillows have been around for centuries.
They are filled with herbs and scents that enable the user to sleep peacefully.
I am a very lucid dreamer and get most of my wisdom and insight during dream time.
I have friends who complain that they can never remember their dreams, and have
asked me on many occasion if there is anything I can recommend. With that need in mind,
I have come up with a twist on the dream pillow. Why not include magical herbs, stones,
or oils to affect the dream-state? Here's what I've come up with: Constructing the pillow:
Be sure that the herbs you use have a strong scent. Try to incorporate no more than
two herbs within a pillow.
You will need 1 yard of natural fabric that has a looser weave. This will make 4 to 6 pillows,
depending on the size (if you don't use them all yourself, they make great gifts).
Cut the fabric into squares. Take two pieces of the fabric, and sew them together on three sides.
Turn the fabric inside out so that the loose stitching is on the inside.
Stuff in the herbs and/or stones through the open side and stitch them in.
The pillow will be placed inside your regular pillowcase when you sleep.
Herbs and Stones to Use:
To remember your dreams: Herbs: Mugwort, bay, rosemary, lavender,
catnip (flowers of these herbs is best).
Stones: Adventurine, Celestite, Amethyst, and Fluorite.
To guard against nightmares and spiritual evil:
Herbs: Rosemary, valerian, frankincense, and lemon balm.
Stones: Onyx, Obsidian, Moldavite, and Turquoise.
For more lucid or vivid dreams:
Herbs: Flowers of Mugwort, mint, lavender.
Stones: Rudilated Quartz Crystal, Aquamarine, Tiger-eye, and Carnelian.
For dreams of love or romance:
Herbs: Flowers of roses, yarrow, lavender, crepe myrtle, violets, dill, coriander, and basil.
Garnet: Ruby, Garnet, Rose Quartz, and Red Jasper.
For dreams of peace and guidance: Herbs: Leaves of sage, sassafras, mullein,
pine needles, and chamomile flowers.
Stones: Amethyst, Celestite, Opal, and Moonstone.
If you want to add a little punch to your enchanted pillows, magically charge them
under a waxing or full moon, and do it on the day or hour appropriate to the pillow's purpose.


Bring equal parts of chamomile flowers, lemon rind and mint leaves to boil in water for
3-5 minutes (depending on the strength).
Drink one cup before bedtime. It works wonders!


Light a blue candle (Carve a rune in the candle that stands for sleep).
Light a stick of incense (I use Cedar/Sage--but you use whatever feels right).
Soft/Instrumental/Relaxing Sounds Say:
By this candle I do sleep; Hidden from the day, in the night so deep.
O Lady Moon, guide my dreams, Cover me with your beautiful beams.
As the candle flame dies; Please close my eyes.
Allow me to wake in the warmth of your lover The Sun. Make my insomnia come undone.
(Repeat while the candle is burning) Use A Tea-Light candle (so the house doesn't burn down)


3 parts lavender. (mix the following in equal parts and use 1 part):
hop flowers lemon verbena leaves rosemary marjoram sweet cicely
a few drops lavender essential oil
Mix thoroughly and stuff into muslin bags to make pillows.


--1 tablespoon of lemon juice (or another fruit juice)
--1 tablespoon of sea salt 1 teaspoon of vegetable oil
--1 lightweight cauldron (a glass bowl works too)
--1 piece of paper 1 black pen 2 black or red candles (1 of each works best)
Mix the lemon juice, sea salt, and oil into your cauldron.
Place the cauldron in front of you on the floor.
Sit comfortably and place the candles beside the cauldron (red on left, black on right.)
Rip the piece of paper in half then set it aside. Light both candles, left one first.
Now close your eyes and visualize a sphere.
In the middle of the sphere, visualize yourself stuck inside, trying to get out.
See the black and red candles burning around you.
Watch as the candles spin around you, getting faster each time they pass.
Then see yourself magically being released.
On one piece of paper, draw a picture of what you saw.
On the other, write down your biggest fear.
Light both pieces of paper on fire, using the black for the written half, red for the drawing.
Then throw them into your cauldron.
Take the cauldron outside and pour it (paper and all) into a hole in the ground.
Cover the hole with dirt. The spell is done.


Do you ever want to get an important message through to someone,
but you just don't know how to do it? Here is what you do:
Determine precisely what it is you want them to hear, or perhaps feel.
Write down your wish on a piece of paper in simple sentence form.
Make a dream pillow using a small square of fabric and a little batting.
Throw in a pinch of lavender and rosemary. Put in the piece of paper last, then sew up the end.
Put the dream pillow on your altar. Do an altar devotion to center yourself, then create sacred space.
Cast a circle and call the quarters if you like, but is isn't necessary.
Center yourself, then hold your hands over the dream pillow and say the following:
Holy Mother, Goddess Divine, I stand before your sacred shrine.
This person won't listen or hear My words tickle at deafened ear.
Holy Mother, Goddess Divine, Send a dream, awaken the mind.
Through his/her vision he/she might live The nightmare/passion/lesson he/she so freely give.
Holy Mother, Goddess Divine Send them your enchanted design
Clear out the cobwebs, tear down walls Carry my message through spirit calls.
Feel free to change the incantation to suit your purpose.


Magic Herb Pillow
To cure insomnia, stuff a pillow with catnip, passion-flower, and hops just before bed time.
Lie down with the back of your head touching the pillow and recite the following chant three times aloud:
Catnip, Passionflowers, Hopes in this pillow beneath my head
Bring peaceful rest to me, an stop the restfulness that plagues my bed!
Close your eyes and think of something pleasant. Soon you will sleep and dream.


Add one-quarter teaspoon of valerian root, one-quarter teaspoon of skullcap, and one-quarter
teaspoon of lady's slipper to one cup of boiling water. (Never boil valerian root.)
Add some honey or sugar to sweeten the tea and allow it to cool before drinking.
Do not drink more than one cup per day. Other herbs valued for over coming insomnia
are teas of basil, catnip, chamomile, hops, lemon verbena, passionflower and violet leaves.


2 oz. Agrimony Pinch of Belladonna Root of Mandrake
2 oz. Cinnamon 1 oz. Peppermint 4 oz. Chamomile


On finding yarrow in bloom under a waxing moon for the first time in Spring, bow to the plant
and ask her permission to gather a sprig.
As you do so, chant:
"Yarrow, sweet yarrow, the first I have found!
In the name of my Lady, I pluck from the ground.
As father loved mother, taking her for his dear,
In my own dreams tonight, may my true love appear."
If you sleep with the sprig under your pillow, you will see the face of your true love in your dreams.

THE LOVE DREAM (Hypericum)

This was copied into a grimoire with no reference given.
It is the amatory version of an ancient spell, "Dreaming True", that teaches how to communicate
with the dead. In this version, it is recommended that the charm be performed on July 22,
St. Magdalen's eve or Habondia's Day (the Germanic Goddess of hearth and home),
May Eve, near Hallows, when the veil is thinnest, or at Lammas, another traditional time
for working spells of love. This spell features hypericum, St. John's Wort.
First: Prepare the spell materials. Cast and purify your circle under a waxing moon, preferably
at a love (Venus) hour on Moonday or Freyaday. Inscribe your beloved's name on exorcised
parchment of art with your pen and ink of art. When you are ready to work the spell, tuck
the parchment under your pillow with a sachet of hypericum.
Second: Prepare the dream environment. Fumigate your bedroom with:
LUNAR DREAM INCENSE: camphor, jasmine, powdered aloe-wood,
pulverized cucumber seed, powdered white sandalwood.
Also, leave a pen and pad by the bed to record your dream.
Third: Prepare your dreaming philter. To 1/2 cup distilled water add 3 drops white wine,
3 drops gin, 3 drops apple vinegar; stir with a rosemary twig.
Fourth: Prepare your physical body and notify your subconscious mind.
Prepare an amatory bath of the following herbs.
Bath herbs or oils, equal parts: lavender, peppermint, rosemary, thyme, and powdered poppy seed.
After you have placed the sachet under your pillow and kindled the incense, step into the bath
and fantasize to your heart's content. When you are relaxed and sleepy, dry yourself and drink
the potion, affirming nine times your intention to recall your dream. When you awake, write
down the dream and meditate upon it. Your dream will predict your lover and your course together.

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