Money Soap

We learn to set incremental monetary goals throughout our life; and, as we grow and mature so too do our needs.  Hence, the quest for abundance and financial stability seems to become more burdensome year after year. The constant struggle to provide a comfortable life for ourselves and our families is one reason why money drawing spells and rituals are so popular. Another reason these spells and rituals are sought after is because they really do work! We here at Art of the Root want magic to not only provide for you and your family, we want magic to create abundance.  It is through comfortable abundance that you will be able to comfortably enjoy the spoils of life. 

A favorite ritual tool for manifesting money is to use Money Soap. While there are lots of recipes for making money drawing soap, ours is tried and true. Without a doubt, it is one of our most popular products! In our Money Soap we use herbs like chamomile, alfalfa, allspice and others. Wonderfully fragrant essential oils like bayberry and vetiver, just to name a few, work together and are geared toward helping to manifest abundance and prosperity. 


How Does Money Drawing Soap Work? 

Like any magical tool, Money Soap is believed to enhance the power of your intentions. Each herb and oil used in the soap is associated with money, abundance and or prosperity.  When it comes to money soap, the goal is to help your spirit align with the energy of abundance. Not only do the herbs and oils in the soap, all of which are related to financial abundance, help to draw in money, but the very act of cleansing does too.  It is important to recognize that cleansing rituals, in general, have a profound effect on your state of mind. Cleaning in general helps to dispel any negativity that may be inhibiting you in the accomplishment of your goals. A ritual soap or bath cleanses the body, mind and spirit.  Ritualistically washing your body with money soap helps you focus on your goals and encourages you to produce positive thoughts and energies. 

Lots of people use money soap every day, while others prefer to use it only in a structured ritual or spell. Even if you use money soap every day as your regular cleanser, you can perform a money soap spell.  Below you will find step by step instructions on how to Perform a Money Soap Spell. 


The Money Soap Spell 

 You will need to following: 

  • Two Large Bowls; 

  • A strainer (like a pasta strainer); 

  • Two green chime or votive candles 

  • Money Soap or Money Oil 

  • 2 Tablespoons of each of the following dried herbs: Chamomile, Bay Leaves, Mint & Fenugreek 

  • 4-6 cups of water & in a pot large enough to simmer the water and herbs. 


Place the pot of water on the stove.  Bring the heat up enough so the water starts to lightly simmer.  Now, slowly combine the herbs, and add them to the simmering water. Let the herbs gently simmer for about 15 minutes (a little longer is OK too).  

When the herbs are done simmering, carefully strain them from the water and place the strained herbs in one of your bowls. Set this aside. Next, place each candle on the opposite sides of your tub or shower. One should be placed near your feet and one should be placed near your head. 

Get the two bowls and fill the empty one with warm bath water.  The other has the simmered herbs in it. 

Light your two candles and enter the tub. Take the soap and gently mix into the bowl with bath water. Don’t overdo it: it’s not necessary. If you don’t have Money Soap, use Money Drawing Oil. Just add about 8 to 10 drops to your bowl of water.  

Beginning at your feet, gently wash yourself with the soapy water and work the lather up your body all the way to the top of your head. As you do this, state your intentions, say a prayer or read Psalm 23 out of the bible.   

Now, take the bowl with the simmered herbs and repeat the exercise, starting at your feet. Wipe the lather off your body with the herbs until you get to the top of your head.  

Now you are fully cleansed. Exit the tub, do not dry off. Let yourself air dry completely. The ritual is done. 

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