Any item can be a lucky charm, including gorseshoes, scarabs, keys and crystals. Items that already carry deep personal meaning, such as an heirloom watch, are good candidates for a lucky charm, as are items from nature such as acorns, feathers or stones.
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Things you need
- Charm item
- Cleansing herb
- Luck oil
Select an item for your good luck charm. It should be small enough to carry in a purse or pocket.
Cleanse the item from any negative energy by passing it through the smoke of a cleansing herb such as rosemary or sage or by washing it in salt water.
Call to your spiritual guides and guardians to empower the item with luck.
Anoint the charm with "fast luck" oil purchased from a New Age shop or bodega. Rose, orange, thyme, vanilla and ylang-ylang oils are also thought to bring luck.
Hold the charm in your hand while you visualise scenarios in which you are lucky. Keep the charm with you at all times and make a point of looking at it whenever something lucky, whether big or small, happens to you. This will reinforce your personal connection to the item as being lucky.
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