Car Protection Crystal Mojo Kit

Hibiscus Moon amethyst, Crystals, energy work, protection 12 Comments

Did you see this?

I’m often asked what crystals 1 could use to protect themselves while traveling about.

car protection crystal mojo kit

(I prefer a black bag for this but I ran out at the time I took this pic….oh well!) And yeah…no…that’s NOT POT. *Watch the vid for further explanation, LOL!!!*

I made this video a bit ago to show what my husbo & I use in our cars.

You can also use this for traveling on a train, plain or a bus…why not?

There’s a fun little poll within the video too. 🙂

Car Protection Crystal Mojo Kit

Here’s a handy ingredient list for the car protection mojo kit:

So stay safe & SPARKLY, Chick Pea!

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Comments 12

  1. Doing this for sure! I got my tourmaline hanging in a medicine bag with my lemurian in my car at all times. Thanks crystal hottie mama!

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  2. Oh, I wish I’d seen this over 2 weeks ago!! Two Mondays ago, a lady in a minivan backed right into the side of my car, with me in it! No injuries, just a BIG dent. Her insurance has paid me, but I think I’ll make one of these so I can keep the car as long as possible. 🙂

  3. My feverfew should be arriving today from Mountain Rose! So excited to whip up some of these puppies. This post helped out a lot, my boyfriend and I just got a car not to long ago and he was asking me what we could use for protection and then there ya go posting ever so synchronistically 😉 I intuitively knew to use those stones but I was not sure what herbs would fit well with my favorite crystal babes.
    I’m going to be making a couple of these to give to friends too – we all need super protection driving around crazy NYC haha!

  4. Creating little black bags for myself, husband, son and daughter to keep us all safe in our cars – what do you think about adding a rose quartz and a yellow tiger’s eye in addition to the amethyst, black tourmaline and smoky quartz?

  5. Nice set.
    I myself use a small wire cage with black Tourmaline and a clear Lumerian crystal hanging from the mirror. In de side pockets (doors) I have some Shungit. Now the Tourmaline is for protection ofc. The Lumerian is to boost the Tourmaline. The Shungite is for protection too but also to keep the in-car environment a little cleaner. It protects from all kinds of radiation and electronic “debris”. It is also supposed to filter out and keep out airborne organic and non organic pollutants :). I may consider adding Amethyst… so thats “my cars” crystal set :)…..

  6. I am so glad I came across your website..getting to learn so many things and hoping to do the healing course from you soon.I have all the crystals you have mentioned but as I stay in India, we do not get feverfew herb here. Is there anything else I can put instead ?? Thank you 🙂

  7. …if a piece of selenite was placed in the mojo bag it would clear the other stones, and in that case there would be no need to cleanse them on a regular basis, I think this is an important point for people to know about! Thoughts?

    Gianna

  8. My daughter just got her first car and is turning 16 on the 15th. She ask for a protection bag. I put black Tibetan quartz, jet, hematite, black tourmaline, red jasper and a smokey quartz and of course reiki! What do you think of this one? I may add a tigers eye. L&L. Laura

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