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Should we always protect ourselves?

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Spiritual Protection is something that everyone should know how to do, regardless of our religious beliefs (or lack of). It encompasses far more than just ghosts & spirits too.

Negativity in any form can be damaging to the human energy field (aura). Fear, anger, depression, negative people/places, arguments and more actually create negative energy that can cling to you or build up in your home and cause problems over time.

Spiritual cleansing are very important, for you. I recommend they be done at least every few months, more if you find yourself feeling stressed or fatigued.

White Light Protection

One of the most important aspects of spiritual protection is “white light” protection. It’s very simple to do, and maybe you’ve even read about it or done it without knowing it. It’s very effective at removing and preventing negative energy from harming you. To do this, just visualize an egg-shaped sphere of brilliant white light completely surrounding you, from head to toe. Really focus on seeing it clearly in your mind, and keep building it up so it’s SUPER bright and glowing. See it as a solid barrier of protection that negativity cannot cross.

 

You can do this for yourself, loved ones, pets, even your house and car! Before traveling anywhere, you can visualize this white light surrounding your car, and the occupants of the car. At night before you go to bed, visualize the white light completely surrounding your house and your family, preventing any harmful energy from entering. This should be done frequently, whether you feel threatened or not. Over time, this builds up a strong shield of protection that is with you always. And just keep reinforcing it, day after day. It’s best to do this in the morning and again at night before bed, but it can be done as many times as you want, any time of day.

 

I use white sage to cleanse a room and sometimes even the person.  This is called smudging, in some Native Indian ceremonies a feather and a bowl of white sage is used to cleanse the individuals in the circle.