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Welcome to Essentials.

It’s been awhile since I’ve written in any detail about essential oils and there are two reasons for that. First I had a few discussions with some (unfortunately) misinformed clients. Young Living Essential Oils are not air fresheners.

You could use them as “air fresheners” but honestly, it’s a bit expensive.

I also had some thoughts on the use of herbs magickally versus aromatherapeutically. Is there a difference? Does a plant essence create a different effect when used in Aromatherapy, versus traditional magickal purposes?

From these two thoughts came the idea: Write about the Essential Oils, compare their use, record the results.

Welcome to the Essentials.

We’re going to go through the blends first, they contain various essential oils, blended for a purpose. If I like the process, and IF it turns out that people enjoy the comparison, then I may dig into the single blends. We begin with Abundance.


*From the Essential Oils Desk Reference,  Chapter 8, page, 93. Essential Science Publishing.

Increases the attraction of abundance and success. It enhances the frequency of the energy field that surrounds us through stimulation of the somatides. Somatides transmit frequency from the cells to the environment when stimulated through fragrance and thoughts. This frequency creates the “law of attraction,” a harmonic magnetic energy field around oneself.

When focusing on issues of abundance and inhaling this oil, a memory link of the RNA template is created where memory is blueprinted and permanently transcribed.

The Aromatherapeutic properties of the blend Abundance can help focus the mind to create the awareness of our power to “attract” what we want into our lives.

The “Law of Attraction” is really just fancy marketing wrapped around ancient principles: Magick. The Law of Attraction, derived from the Hermetic Principles, and has a modern living from the late 1800’s. My point being, many of these new practices are old practices and you find that they are often missing key elements or core principles that explain and educate.

All that said, I have used Abundance in a few ventures, including at the day job to increase various energies. Abundance doesn’t = money. It can be an abundance of anything unless the proper herbs / oils are brought together.

In this case that is my question, how is Abundance blended? Let’s see how this blend is put together.


Myrrh; Cinnamon Bark; Frankincense; Patchouli; Orange; Clove; Ginger; Spruce.

The EO Desk Reference has an encyclopedic list of essential oils and their uses. I’m going to go through each EO and cross-reference to some other herbal sources to see how Abundance adds up. Note I’m skipping “medical” uses unless blends / EO’s are recommended for medicinal uses.


Commiphora myrrha tree, one of the primary tre...

Commiphora myrrha tree | Image via Wikipedia

(Commiphora myrrha) Promotes spiritual awareness and is uplifting. It has sesquiterpenes wich stimulate the limbic system of the brain (the center of memory and emotions) and the hypothalamus, pineal , and pituitary glands.

So what we’re looking at here, from Young Living’s standpoint, is that the vibration of Myrrh is uplifting and carries a “spiritual frequency”.

Myrrh, according to Paul Bereyl has both masculine and feminine qualities. Related to the Sun, Moon, Adonis, Aphrodite, Cybele, Demeter, Hecate, Juno, Rhea, and Saturn. Used to Consecrate, in magick and spiritual practices to mark occasions such as funerals, rites, and ceremony.

Broadening our perception of energy, how it flows, and deepening our potential to connect to the mysteries.

Could that be a potential for connecting to the mysteries of “attraction?”


Frankincense (Boswellia carteri) has a sweet, warm, balsamic aroma that is stimulating and elevating to the mind. Useful for visualizing, improving one’s spiritual connection, and centering, it has comforting properties that help focus the mind and overcome stress and despair. Frankincense is considered the holy anointing oil in the Middle East, where it has been used in religious ceremonies for thousands of years.

Seems to be another uplifting spiritual herb used to stimulate the mind and energize the energetic field. Frankincense and Myrrh have long been used together and as base for other incense.

Beryel writes that Frankincense is associated with the Sun and used, as is Myrrh, with consecration, and in ceremony and ritual. There are other uses such as protection and purification, ritual working for “success” if the practitioner is balanced  in the spiritual and daily life.”


Patchouli (Pogostemon cablin), sometimes called “the scent of the sixties,” has a musky, earthy, exotic aroma. In Eastern cultures, it is commonly used around the house to provide general support for health and to help release negative emotions. It is a relaxant that clarifies thoughts, allowing the discarding of jealousies, obsessions, and insecurities.

I love patchouli as it does have a cleansing property to it, however it can be quit dank.

Patchouli resonates with Pluto and Scorpio, and strangely appears to be used in spells for love, and as an aphrodisiac. However burnt it can be used to attract money, and promote “fertility”. Here we begin to see the “abundance” properties of the blend.


Meise (Belgium), National Garden of Belgium - ...

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Orange (Citrus sinensis) essential oil has a rich, fruity scent that lifts the spirit while providing a calming influence on the body. Orange brings peace and happiness to the mind.

There is a link here with happiness and attitude. So not only is the blend including money in the properties of the oil but “happiness” as well. So the feeling of Abundance increases the power of the blend by stimulating the mind with the cheerful scent of orange.

In addition to their fertility property, oranges have been used for luck, divination, and you guessed it, money. The list of folklore and uses of orange could probably fill a library considering they found all over the world.


(Syzygium aromaticum) doesn’t seem to have a YL listing for abundant usage but does show that it stimulates a feeling of protection and courage, “stimulating” being a key word.

Magickaly speaking clove appears to have association with money magick, as well as attracting lovers and insight through visions, and dreams.


(Zingiber officinale)

Photographer: Frank C. Müller

Ginger | Image via Wikipedia


Young Living lists ginger as another stimulant with qualities associated for potency (fertility).

References abound for ginger but it does seem to have been used in both attraction and money magick.

Paul Beyrel notes a resonance with Mars and that the herb is strongly associated with one’s health, with uses in magick that both strengthen and empower consecrated items.


(Picea mariana) “Spruce (Picea mariana) is softer and sweeter in aroma than other evergreen oils. It is refreshing, invigorating, and strengthening. It also has a long history of use in the sauna, steam bath, and as an additive to baths or massage oils. It is supportive of the respiratory and nervous systems.*”

Spruce is included in one of my all time favorite EO blends, Valor. I use valor soap and I apply the oil to my feet and temple after bathing. It’s SO stabilizing, lifting up the vibration while encouraging as sense of being grounded.

Well it seems that I don’t know a hill of beans about spruce, and it doesn’t seem (upon searching various sites) that I was able to find any spell related qualities of the evergreen. I personally feel that it (spruce) is related to the earth, the lungs (breath, air), grounding (manifesting), and cleansing.

I’ll take a weigh-in by anyone familiar with usage of Spruce for spells / magick, naturally.


So when I do add up the ingredients magickal vs. aromatherapeutic, it seems that Abundance is formulated for the very purpose of attracting money, wealth, and to lift the energy of one’s personal field by invigorating the mind, body and spirit.


Naturally Aromatherapy creates benefits through our sense of smell, stimulating our mind-body, but there are other methods of applying essential oils to ourself, and for magickal/energetic purposes.

For aromatic use. Diffuse or wear on wrists and behind ears as a perfume.

With almost all things, including EO’s, I believe in working with the spirit or vibration first. Getting deep with myself and extending my senses into the essence, asking that it work for the betterment of my life, and through that life around me, and with the intent I wish to the essential oil for. This sets the stage for the working, naturally you should have already decided what you were attempting to manifest. With Abundance we would be looking for more money, income, or business (resulting in income) and be clear about the direction you would like for this to appear.

In the past I’ve used Abundance in the office, as I said then we anointed stones by the door, and sprayed the essential oil around the office mixing (roughly) about 6-10 drops of EO to a large spray bottle and generously spreading it around the area in the mix.

Again this is not an air freshener, and though the scent can stay in the air for hours I feel that it is more effective to wear the oil itself and/or diffusing the blend in the air with a proper essential oil diffuser (non-burning).

You can also use Abundance in other ways such as in a small vial within a pouch or bag you have designed to attract more money. You can anoint candles for spell or ritual. You can trust your intuitive tug while and experiment with new ways to attract more money and “Abundance” into your life.

*Please read instructions carefully when using ANY essential oil.

Ordering Young Living

If you are interested in ordering this or any essential oil you can sign up at Young Living, or contact a distributor in your area.

Abundance 5ML.
tem No: 3091
Preferred Customer Price: $34.74
Customer Price: $39.47

Abundance 15ML.
Item No: 3300
Preferred Customer Price: $36.76
Customer Price: $41.78

You can find Abundance at the Young Living website, or check out the complete product catalogue here by clicking “pages.” (PDF download).

If you are not a Young Living member there are several levels of participation to choose from when exploring Young Living. You can sign up for email updates and join me at Young Living as a:

  1. Customer: beginning to reap the benefits of the YL Product line.
  2. Preferred Customer: signing up for a customizable monthly “auto-ship” program, you gain a discount on the cost of your oils and begin to receive free learning materials and essential oil rewards.
  3. Distributor: Visit the distributor page for more information.

Start by visiting Young Living’s website:

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Sponsoring Distributor Member Number: 896306

You will then create a user name and password, account, etc and then you can begin ordering Young Living Essential Oils.

If you have further questions or want more information please contact me here.

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Be well,

Scott K Smith

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