When properly done, the Rosary is an exercise both in visualization and repetitive prayer. Because of this, it’s also an excellent weapon for magical working.
To do this, you pray the Rosary as usual, visualizing your goal accomplished by the power of Jesus, through the Blessed Mother’s intercession. During the prayers, you insert your intentions in the middle of each Hail Mary, like this:
Hail Mary, full of grace, the Lord is with thee.
Blessed art thou amongst women, and blessed is the fruit of thy womb, Jesus.
(Here name your intentions.)
Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us sinners now and at the hour of our death. Amen.
Remember that you name your intention after the word “Jesus,” so you can say it in a way that Jesus already did this for you in the past tense. For example, “Who healed me of whatever ails me.” Keep your intention short and sweet, and know in faith that your prayer is being answered.
After you’ve finished the entire Rosary or just the five Mysteries for that day, conclude with this prayer:
“O most Sorrowful and Immaculate Blessed Virgin Mary,
Mother of God and Mother of men,
thou who wast found worthy to carry God himself in thy womb,
and thou who has crushed him who is at once the enemy
of God and man in common under thy heel.
Humbly do I, N., approach thee,
through these Joyful (or Sorrowful. or Glorious) Mysteries
of this thy Most Holy Rosary,
asking that this offering may be acceptable to thee,
and that thou wilt earnestly intercede
on behalf of my petitions before the Father,
namely that (here name your petitions).
Through our Lord Jesus Christ thy Son,
who with the Father liveth and reigneth
in the unity of the Holy Ghost, God,
forever and ever. Amen.”
Do this daily until your intention is manifested, pray in the past tense as though your intention has already been manifested, and keep your eyes peeled for opportunities that can lead to exactly that.
For more information on Rosary Magic, see Chapter Five of Christian Candle Magic.