This is a method I developed for reflecting negative energy that’s being targeted at you. It gets it away from you and pushes it back at the person sending it, which is incredibly useful in situations where you’re being unfairly targeted.
1. Focus on the energy being directed at you, whether it’s something like anger, hatred, or just general negativity. Focus on it and imagine it as a beam the person is projecting at you.
2. Imagine yourself as a mirror. Visualize the beam bouncing off of you and back at the source. Visualize every shred of negativity that you feel going back at the person projecting it until nothing else is being fired at you.
3. If you want to take it a step further, visualize your mirror fracturing and breaking into tiny shards. Picture the shards driving the beam back at the person and cutting into them.
4. Feel a whole lot better.
With anything that has the power to harm, I don’t need to tell you to be careful with it. I’m not someone who takes things like this lightly, but sometimes when we’re attacked to the point of hurting, a powerful defense is called for.
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So I made this incense blend to burn during my meditation as I was feeling extremely unmotivated and unfocused. I simply crushed the ingredients using a mortar and pestle, lit a coal disc, and then bit by bit through different stages of my meditation I would sprinkle the mixture over the coal to burn it. It’s important to remember that whatever you might be dealing with you can find a spell out there for just about anything but don’t be afraid to change it to fit your situation. We all practice differently. So I encourage you, if you’d like to try this to add something or take something away, put yourself into it. But if you’re not quite there yet try it this way and maybe it’ll help inspire you for next time.
Don’t forget, it’s all about the intention you put into it.
• Dried Mint - for clarity, focus and motivation.
• Mugwort - for visualization and extra help with meditation.