On Ritual Baths

A good ritual bath can be as fancy or simple as is meaningful for you.

The main point is that you are incorporating the four elements to heal, purify and release negativity from you and your aura. So, focus is the most important thing.

At it’s simplest, you can just use (earth) salt, (air) a little incense (stick, cone, or charcoal and loose herbs), (fire) the candle flame over the top of the bath, and (water) the water in the tub, of course, lol.

The oil (or herb sachet dropped in the tub) is for aromatherapy and to impart the essence of a fragance or herb to alter the energy patterns. So since you are looking for a serious cleansing, use the rosemary, tea tree, and fennel you have on hand in a little bit of cloth dropped in the water. You could soak them in the oil, but if you are like me, I wouldn’t want to wait a day or two for it to infuse in this situation.

Since you have it, I would have some pomagrante juice or tea to help rebalance your inner energy as well. Besides, nothing like a good cup of tea after a good soak in the tub.

So, you don’t really have to “invest” to have a good cleansing. You have to have the intent and focus.

Brightest of Blessings

Mead Muse

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Published in: on June 21, 2009 at 12:58 pm  Leave a Comment  

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