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    Spiritual cleansing bath Can also be used as floor powder, sprinkle over floor and sweep up out front door. 1 cup baking soda 1 cup Epsom salt ½ cup borax ½ cup kosher or sea salt ½ cup Himalayan pink salt (or if you can’t get it, another ½ cup of kosher or sea salt) ½ cup Hyssop herb 9 drops lavender essential oil (or ½ cup lavender herb) 9 drops lemon essential oil (if you have it or can get it) Place all in a jar and shake to mix. Use about 1 cup of the mixture per bath. -For renewing protections and recharging power, bathe on or as near as possible the full moon. Up to 2 days before or 2 days after is optimal. Burn two white candles, one on either side of the tub. As you bathe, feel yourself being completely cleansed, renewed and refreshed. Be sure to wash your head and hair as well. Say a mantra or 'prayer' to empower your working and state your intentions. Write your own, use psalms for cleansing, or a petition to a deity or spirit you work with.
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    Nice. I only mention this because you mentioned it could be used as a floor powder: I also like to use lavender oil in mixed with warm water and take a cleaning cloth and wipe down the doors. I use lavender for healing. Occasionally I’ll use peppermint for protection. It makes you home smell good too. I usually put something like eucalyptus, lemongrass, or tree oil in the window seals while the windows are open. It keeps away unwanted bugs. Another thing I like to do is to get a pan of warm water and fill it with lemon and orange peels, cinnamon sticks, vanilla, and rosemary. You let it come to a light boil and it a nice scent to the house. After it’s boiling if you don’t want to stay at the stove and watch it, you can set the bowl by your window and let the air do the work in distributing the smell. It’s very calming and relaxing.
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    I feel the exact same way and also play the same game. Nice to know I’m not the only one who thinks of plants this way and interacts with them as such.
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    Grow them, kill them, weep for them. Grow them again. Eat them, drink them, smoke them, wear them. Tincture them and distill their oils. Capture their Alchemal essence in a spagaric preparation. Grind their body, blood and bones to make your incense. Carve them to make the tools of your craft. Plant them to guard you home and boundaries. Visit them and leave offerings of yourself to help connect with their spirits. Sleep with them, meditate with them, lay with them and put down your roots.
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