Oils, Herbs, and Incense to Enhance Psychic Abilities

Whether you are trying to fine tune your intuition or tap into your inherent extrasensory perception abilities, creating a peaceful work space externally is just as essential as your eternal peace. In today’s hectic fast paced world it may be hard to find your inner calm. Good health and practice can also be aided by oils, herbs, and incense to help unlock your natural psychic abilities.

Essential Oils

Oils are preferred for keeping a continuous air of ambiance in your home or work space. Oils can be placed in a decanter and left unattended so that the oil is permeating the air indefinitely. You should always read the labels of your oils and heed any warnings, and properly dilute them before using them on your skin.

Cinnamon Oil can be used to stimulate visions, strengthen focus, and promote healing and harmony. It also opens root chakra, and aids in connecting with guides.

Lavender Oil Aids in mediation, and stimulates dream recall and clairvoyance. It also opens third-eye chakra while protecting and purifying. However use it with caution as in large doses it can be toxic.


Patchouli Oil can be used to help with grounding. It dispels negativity and stimulates spiritual growth. It is most commonly the preferred oil for self-hypnosis and divination.

Peppermint Oil can be used to increase spiritual energy and heighten psychic awareness.

Rosemary Oil can be used to promote visions, creativity, and past life recall. It dispels negativity and is also considered a psychic stimulant. It opens both the heart chakra and the third-eye chakra.


There are many herbs that can be grown at home to aid in enhancing you own natural psychic abilities. They can be used in numerous ways, however the most common way is to make a herbal blend, dry the herbs, and then burn them. Herbs can also be placed in satchels and placed inside pillow cases, or ingested.

Bay – burning bay alone or with other herbs can induce visions, or banish negative energies. Placed under a pillow can induce inspiration and prophetic dreams.


Ginger enables your body to become a conduit for spirit energy. Ginger is a great addition to herbal blends or in foods and teas since it only aids in opening the channels but not in interpreting or processing information. Gotu kola prepares your mind to decipher messages you are receiving. It enables you to handle the overwhelmingly powerful information you may be receiving and process it.

Elder leaf, flower, and berries almost every part of the elder tree can be used to help ignite your psychic abilities. The tree provides spiritual nourishment, transformation and liberation. It is also know for its psychic healing abilities and meditative enhancements when used as a tea.


Even if you live somewhere that isn’t conducive to growing your own herbs, or don’t have easy access to essential oils chances are there is somewhere nearby you will be able to purchase incense. Incense has been used since ancient times in various rituals and religious practices. To this day it remains a powerful tool for spiritual use. Most incense comes pre-blended the key is to pick ones that combine what you are looking for.

Anise raises vibrations to the highest possible psychic level.

Eyebright is used for clairvoyance.


Honeysuckle is used for clairvoyance.

Lemon Grass is used to aid psychic powers.

Lotus is a common additive to psychic incenses. It is said to reach the highest realms of mystical insight.

Mimosa is used to bring prophetic dreams and in healing.

Sandalwood is used to heighten spiritual vibrations, to cleanse, heal and protect. It is also often used to stimulate clairvoyance.

No matter which form you choose to utilize you should always take precautions that the area around them is safe for burning or oils avoid easy access to children and pets. Also keep in mind that some oils, herbs and incenses can adversely affect some medical conditions like asthma for example. If you are pregnant you should also check with your obstetrician before utilizing any of them in you dwelling place.



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