The preceding post is about how to take away minor negative energies by simply putting some citrus fruit in one’s room for three days.
Today, allow me to share with you a simple and natural way to help take away negative energy. This is especially good if you’re going to a wake or to the hospital and you don’t have a Vajrapani Ruel and/or a Kalachakra pendant.
It’s pretty simple.
All you need is a small spray bottle. Fill it up, but not up to the rim, with water. Then place three drops of a citrus fruit juice. You can use either lemon, Philippine calamansi, lime, pomelo or even orange. But I prefer pomelo or even calamansi. Then get a pinch of rock salt or sea salt or Pink Himalayan Salt and put it inside the bottle with water. Shake it well until the salts are dissolved.
If you go to a wake or hospital or to the cemetery spray a little above your head when you leave. That should cleanse you from any negative energy that might have attached to yourself from the yin place that you just visited.
What’s nice with this is that you can share this solution with other people.
The citrus fruit juice will spoil, so what I do instead is add a little vodka to help preserved the juice. About 7 drops of vodka will do.
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A reader contacted me to ask for the Vajrapani Ruel so that it will help him with his business. However, after analyzing his situation I realized that he really doesn’t need the Vajrapani Ruel and that he can simply use some natural cures.
Told him that every morning to sprinkle a very small amount of pure Calamansi (also called Calamondi or Philippine Lime or Panama Orange) juice on his cashier area. That was two months ago and he said that his sales have significantly increased.
This is a simple natural cure that shows that one should not despair if one can’t avail of the Vajrapani Ruel. The only draw back of this cure is that your place might smell like Calamansi. So I suggest cleaning the area at the end of the day.
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