…and detox too! A delightful salt water bath is an easy way to cleanse your aura of negative energy , as well as helping to eliminate toxins from your body.
Throughout our day, we come into contact with many different people and environments. Everyone and everything has its own energy vibration. Some of this energy has a high frequency or positive vibration, whereas others may have a very low or negative vibration.
Because our own energy field is constantly taking in and giving out vibrations, the surrounding energies that we come into contact with will affect our own energy.
Our energy body is constantly readjusting itself to bring our energy back into harmony, but sometimes the negative energies we encounter can linger and accumulate over time.
This is where a salt water bath can provide a wonderful way to cleanse your aura and increase your health and vitality.
It’s impossible to completely avoid all things that have a negative impact upon our auras, and our modern lifestyles are making it more difficult for our energy system to re-balance itself.
Therefore, regular aura cleansing is a good practice to adopt. There are many ways you can cleanse your aura, but a salt water bath is easy, relaxing and you can do it yourself.
Our auras are not only affected by external energies, but also by our own thoughts and feelings.
Thoughts and feelings are energy too, and so if you are in the habit of having a large number of unpleasant thoughts and emotions throughout the day, you can bet they’re lowering your vitality and affecting your aura.
Some More Salt Bath Benefits
As well as cleansing your aura and your chakras, a salt water cleanse has other wonderful health benefits:
- the skin is an organ of elimination, and a salt water soak will draw toxins and heavy metals from the tissues. This effect is enhanced when baking soda and Epsom salt are also added to the water. Add one cup of each to the bath.
- the essential trace minerals your body needs are absorbed through the skin to enhance your health
- skin conditions can benefit as bacteria and other debris are also drawn from the skin, leaving it feeling fresh and rejuvinated
- a salt water bath can help to relieve muscular aches and pains as well as sore joints
- circulation is increased which has a variety of health benefits
Precaution: Please consult your doctor before you have a salt water bath if you have any medical condition or if you are pregnant.
Recipe for a Salt Water Bath
- Put a ‘Do Not Disturb’ sign on the bathroom door.
- Drink a glass of water to ensure you stay hydrated and replace fluids lost through sweating.
- Fill your bath with warm water, the level is up to you. Don’t make it so hot that you’ll get uncomfortable.
- Add 2-3 good handfuls of salt. Use a good quality unprocessed salt, such as unrefined sea salt or Himalayan crystal salt. Do not use regular table salt as this has added anti-caking agents and has been refined, which removes beneficial minerals.
- If you like, you can add a few drops of pure essential oils for a lovely fragrance. Lavender is a good choice, because it will also help you to relax and unwind, and is generally very safe.
- Soak for about 20-30 minutes. You can assist the process by relaxing and feeling good about allowing yourself this time just for you.
- Make it your intention to let go of all negativity.
- You can enhance the atmosphere by lighting candles or playing relaxing music.
- When complete, rinse off the salt with a quick shower if you desire, but this is not necessary.
- Drink another glass of water to help your body flush out toxins.
- Enjoy feeling lighter and more vibrant.
- You can take a salt water bath as often as you like, but once a week is generally enough.
I always use Himalayan crystal salt when I do a salt water cleanse, as it is regarded as the purest salt on the earth. It comes from ancient sea salt deposits in the Himalayan mountains, and has the highest mineral content.
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Of course, salt water cleansing doesn’t have to be done in the bath.
A Bathe in the Ocean
One of the best (and most enjoyable) ways to do a salt water cleanse is by swimming in the sea.
The ocean has amazing healing properties. If you have ever had the joy of swimming in the sea, you’ll know how refreshed and wonderful you feel afterwards.
This is because of the aura cleansing properties of the sea water.
I am fortunate enough to live on the coast, and we have some awesome beaches (I live in Australia after all!) My family and I take great delight in going for a swim at the beach – not only for the fun but for the wonderful cleansing and healing properties.
And we all come home feeling totally cleansed and revitalised.
The Baking Soda Bath
Taking a bath using baking soda, or bicarbonate of soda as it’s also known, will also cleanse your aura. Just use the same method as for the salt water bath above.
This bath will also leave your skin feeling nice and soft.
Other Aura Cleansing Rituals
There are many other ways you can cleanse your aura. The salt water bath is certainly easy and very effective (and a good excuse for a long, warm soak in the tub.)
Please visit my other pages on aura cleansing for more ideas.
The Australian Bush Flower Essences of Fringed Violet and Angelsword, when taken together in a combination, will do a wonderful job of both healing your aura and releasing any negative energies within your auric field.
I always like to use flower essences to help with any type of energy healing work. They are totally safe, powerful, and easy to use and are wonderful catalysts to healing your energy system and maintaining a vibrant energy field.
Source : GTIP