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Herbal Energy Cleanser: Clearing Vibrational Clutter

 I don’t know about you but I need to do a major energetic decluttering, Turning on the cables news and bringing in The New York Times and other news sources is surely bringing in chaos, upset and bad vibes. Time to clean out the psychic clutter and low energy that comes with it. In order to do any ritual work, you must clear anything that can create blocks. Banish the old, bad energy from your house by following this spell. Make a tea from one part dried sage, one part dried lavender and one part dried mint. Draw fresh water and boil, and then steep a teaspoon of each herb for five minutes. Once it cools, dip your finger in the tea and sprinkle it throughout your home. If you feel the need to clear out any remaining cloud of psychic clutter, add diluted lavender mint tea water to your cleanser when you wash floors or surfaces. Make your energy-clearing tea by bringing 4 cups of water to a full rolling boil; remove from heat and add in 4 sprigs of fresh lavender and 4 sprigs of fresh mint. If it is winter and there is no access to the fresh herbs, one tablespoon each of dried lavender and dried mint will do nicely. Steep the herbal tea for at least 4 minutes and as long as ten minutes if there is a lot of energetic clutter. The scent of calm and clarity will lift the spirits of all who enter your space.

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Family is one of the most difficult aspects of my life.  My husband and I are both the youngest in our families.  He’s the youngest of seven and I’m the youngest of six.  There are a lot of personalities and opinions in large families. 

Recently, my family had an emergency with my mother (who’s 83).  She spent the holiday weekend in the hospital.  She suffered a very mild stroke.  She was lucky in that she has little residual after affects from the stroke. 

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  • Eileen Troemel
    Eileen Troemel says #
    No I didn't get to ask that question of them. I have just taken on what needs doing. The problem will come in relation to the le
  • Cindy Laskevich
    Cindy Laskevich says #
    Drama queens! Do people who put their personal agenda (walking out) ahead of caring for their mother not realize how deeply flawe

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