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Worksheet to make In-Depth Correspondences

I use this worksheet for any plant that I actively work with, to dish out as much detail as possible so I can maximize the effectiveness of the spell and the plant’s capabilities. 

Plant: 

Scientific Name: 

General Correspondences: (General, one word things like “Banishing, Money, etc” would go here.) 

How it works for:

  • Protection:
  • Opportunities/Unblockers:
  • Money/Wealth: 
  • Relationships: 
  • Banishing: 
  • Binding: 
  • Cursing: 

Differences as: 

  • A tea: (Put N/A if not edible). 
  • A potion: 
  • An oil:
  • Dried:
  • Fresh: 

How it works with certain elements: 

  • Fire (burning, with candles, etc):
  • Water (tea, potions, etc): 
  • Earth (burying, jars with dirt, etc): 
  • Air (letting the wind blow the herbs away, etc): 
  • Light Energy (General): 
  • Moon Energy:
  • Sun Energy: 

Works well together with: 

  • (Plant name, why/how, in what spell type, etc)
  • Example: Rosemary. Why: because they are of similar element, and of the same plant genus. Works best together in Protection spells by making protections “smarter”-able to sense negativity better. 

Does not work well together with: 

  • etc

Misc: 

I usually use this area to put any information regarding the plant’s spirit, or differences between individual plants-maybe you have one pot of basil that always functions well in wealth spells, but you’ve never had results from the other basil plant. 

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Feel free to add on or remove parts to your liking/needs. This was mainly for plants but it can totally be edited to suit other materials. I hope this was able to help some of you!

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