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SPIRITUAL CLEANSING: A Handbook of Psychic Self-Protection

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SPIRITUAL CLEANSING: A Handbook of Psychic Self-Protection

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A fabulous collection of recipes for Eastern European and Afro-Caribbean Catholic herb baths, floor washing rites, and egg magic to rid the home of curses and protect family members from the evil eye.

Draja Mickaharic

From the editor: Everyone, at some time or another, has met an individual who seems to be surrounded with negativity, or has visited a place that seems imbued with "bad vibrations." Removing these negative vibrations is what spiritual cleansing is all about.

Within this book you will be able to solve most of the problems of day-to-day negativity that may be encountered with people, places and things. It teaches how to clean away the psychic drudge in your environment, how to clean the previous tenant's vibrations out of your house or apartment, how to cleanse your own aura. The author's "household formulas" includes recipes for herb, nut and flower baths for healing, reducing tension, increasing mental acuity, bringing love into your life, or even for economic improvement. He shows how to use incense and flowers to sweeten the home and clear the air after arguments. He also discusses ways of using sea salt to help invalids or children, and the efficacy of eggs to ease physical pain and for protection while asleep.

Pages: 119, Hardcover
Special Interest: HooDoo, VooDoo, Folklore, Brujeria, WitchCraft, Occult, SpellCraft, Magick, Ritual, Sorcery.

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