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Just as we take a shower or a bath to clean our external bodies and periodically flush out our insides from toxins, we must also cleanse on a spiritual level to cleanse and restore our Aura and spiritual essence.
Here’s a simple and refreshing cleanse bath you may just fall in love with.
Here, I started with white roses. White rose symbolize purity, spirituality, and cleansiness. I added Basil, coconut milk and coconut water. I ran a bath and then added the mixture to the bath. Then added my favorite perfume, essential oil, and honey.
Finally, I added epsom salts, sea salt, baking soda, and my favorite pink himalayan sea salt. I added some bubble bath and swished around the water to make a million bubbles and dissolve the salt.
Why sea salt? Sea salt is alkaline and therefore helps to de-acidify the body and raise the body’s pH levels. The salt water penetrates the skin’s pores and enters into the bloodstream and thus enters the tissues and begins to remove accumulations of lactic acid. Sea salt is a great purifier. It dissolves or dissipates negative energy.
As a side note, many crystal therapists and experts recommend cleansing crystals and gemstones with sea salt. Sea salt that has been used to clear/cleanse crystals should not be reused and should be disposed of.
The possiblities are endless when preparing your spiritual bath. So many flowers, essences, herbs, salts, crystals, ect. to try and enjoy.
Do your research, because some of the ingredients may not be mixed together. Some crystals are not meant to be immersed in water.
This is an example of basic spiritual bath. We will discuss details on cleansing and sweetieing baths not found here. Oh, there are so many fun, practical, and exhilerating possibilities.
Until our next meeting, Namaste. 🙂
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SPECIAL NOTE: This writer does not advise stopping any medical advice given by your healthcare provider. Do not stop, start, or replace any medications, therapies, or advice unless you speak to your health provider first.