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Spiritual Uses of Rose of Jericho

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Spiritual Uses of Rose of Jericho

Despite its name, Rose of Jericho is not a rose at all. It is a small green plant, usually sold in a dried, compact ball. When it is soaked in water, it opens up its feathery, fern-like leaves and becomes green again. If it dries out, it goes back to its dry state. Since it can seemingly die and be reborn again, it is also called the "resurrection plant." This ability is also the source of its powerful spiritual and magical properties. It is a must-have plant for practitioners of hoodoo, Santeria, Espiritismo, Brujeria, and other paths. In Santeria and Yoruba traditions, it is sometimes considered sacred to the Orisha Shango.

Awakening Rose of Jericho

After buying the Rose of Jericho plant, it needs to be watered and "woken up" again. If you are planning on using it for spiritual purposes, there is a special way to do this. First, buy a bowl large enough to hold the plant once it opens up. (Glass bowls are best, but make sure whatever bowl you choose is sealed or glazed with non-toxic material.) The bowl should be washed with Holy Water, dried, then filled with fresh, clean water. Next, hold the dried plant in your hands. When you do this, feel the energy of the plant. Meditate, say prayers, chant, picture it filling with golden light, or do whatever other spiritual practices feel right to you. When the plant feels ready, place it in the water. Replace the water with clean water every few days.

When you are working with the Rose of Jericho, light a candle beside the plant. Be careful not to let the flame get too close to the leaves!

Rose of Jericho Water for Wealth

The water used to revive Rose of Jericho is often used to increase wealth. It can be sprinkled on counters, tables, or cash registers to bring in more business, or added to floor washes for good fortune. Many hoodoo practitioners keep a Rose of Jericho plant in water by their front door, with a couple of coins added to the water. This water is used to wash the front door, to help keep money flowing into the home.

Rose of Jericho for Protection

Because it is a holy plant, Rose of Jericho can be used to protect, too. Use it to wash protective jewelry, amulets, or medals. Dip your fingers into the water, and draw a cross on the back of your front door to keep evil out. The water can also be used as Holy Water, or as a base for making spiritual waters.

Removing the Evil Eye with Rose of Jericho Water

If you are the subject of envy or the evil eye, Rose of Jericho water can remove it. On a Tuesday or Friday morning, place an Azabache Hand on top of the Rose of Jericho plant, and place a white candle or candle against the evil eye in front of the plant's bowl. Every day for three days, light the candle and meditate in front of it. On the third day, sprinkle your home, yard, windows, and doors with the water. While you do this, ask your spirit guides and the spirit of the Rose of Jericho plant to remove the evil eye from you.

Rose of Jericho Good Luck Candle Spell

Start this ritual when the moon is waxing (increasing in size). For this, you will need a gold candle, some Rose of Jericho water, and Rose of Jericho oil. Hold the candle in your hands, and imagine it filling with the energy of good luck and prosperity. If you have any specific things you need luck with, carve the word or symbol for them into the wax. Next, wash the candle with the Rose of Jericho water. Allow it to air dry, then dress it with the oil. Set it in a safe place. Once a day, light the candle, sit quietly, and pray or meditate on the good luck coming your way. When you are done, snuff and thank the candle. Repeat every day for seven days leading up to the full moon.

Even without flowers, the Rose of Jericho is a beautiful, special, sacred plant. Its water is a gift, filled with potent spiritual energy. Save the water, and use it on yourself, your belongings, and your home to bring in prosperity, keep away evil and envy, and protect you from misfortune.