Sometimes your just need an overall
cleanse! When my mind, energy and body
is overwhelmed, this is how I like to
cleanse or “reset”.
Dry brushing: Dry brushing is a type of Ayurvedic medicine that has been around for centuries. Dry brushing works by exfoliating the skin. Practitioners of dry brushing rub a brush with coarse, natural-fiber bristles over their bodies in a particular pattern.
The idea is that the coarse fibers will help to remove dead skin and improve the skin’s ability to eliminate toxins through the pores. It’s believed to have many health benefits. Some of the benefits may include:
stimulating the lymphatic system
exfoliating the skin
helping the body rid itself of toxins
increasing circulation and energy
To dry brush, use a natural fiber brush and
follow these steps:
Start at your feet and move up your body.
Brush your skin using wide, circular, clockwise motions.
Use light pressure in areas where your skin is thin.
After dry brushing, I like to take an Aura cleansing bath/shower to continue with the cleansing process.
Aura Cleansing Bath: This is a ritualistic
bathing process where you make use of
salts, essential oils and sacred herbs to
clean your energy field. You can also add
sandalwood, sage and rose petals/rosehip
oil to enhance the cleansing effect.
Fill the bathtub, add a few drops of your favourite essential oil and a cup of Himalayan sea salt.
You can start by soaking yourself in the bath for at least 10 minutes. Alternatively, if you are taking a shower, visualise your aura is getting repaired and healed as the water drips down your body.
Imagine negativity escaping your body as the water flushes it down the drain.
Cleansing is especially important to do
after performing any type of energy or
spiritual work in order to disconnect your
energy from your client’s and any Spirit
Guides. Cleansing can also be done
periodically, as needed, especially if you
are often out in crowds – monitor your
feelings and thoughts for negative
changes to your overall well-being, and