While you’re weeding your spring lawn, pull these little beauties up and throw together some magick.
Use them in sun magick. A bright, yellow, full-sun flower makes a cheerful addition to any solar or daylight ritual.
Include in creativity and inspiration spells. Dandelions begin to come up just as the winter fades completely, symbolizing hope and and new beginnings. Include dandelions in spells to jump start projects or break a creative block.
Press them in your Book of Shadows. Dandelions wilt quickly, but they press well! Press between the pages of your Book of Shadows or journal to infuse it with positive solar energy.
Add them to little wildflower bouquets for woodland spirits. Planning an outdoor ritual this spring? Gather dandelions and other wildflowers as an offering to the woodland spirits.
Use them in spells for bravery and courage. The word “Dandelion” comes from the french word dent-de-lion, meaning “tooth of lion.” Use them in mojo bags for confidence, bravery or courage.
Include in wishing spells. In many regions of the United States, people remember as children finding dandelions after they’ve gone to seed and blowing on them whilst making a wish. Adapt this charming tradition to a wishing spell for a nostalgic ritual. Makes a lovely feature in children’s spells and rituals as well.
Make a divination tea. Boil dandelion leaves and roots into tea and drink it before reading tarot or other divination practices for keen insight and clarity.
Pile them on your Beltane altar. Dandelions brighten any springtime altar, but especially Beltane! Put them in a vase with fresh rainwater
Drive out dark energy or spirits. Bring bouquets of dandelion into the home to dispel dark thoughts and negative spiritual energy.
Ring spell candles with them. Arrange dandelions around the base of an altar or spell candle to welcome happiness and playful joy into your circle.