It's important when repelling negative energy to not forget the basic physical things; are you eating correctly, getting enough sleep & exercise and keeping hydrated? Even one of those being neglected will cause you to feel negative energy within yourself, so remember to watch out for overheads.
Besides that, also remember to sort out any sources of negativity you can, externally. If you're hanging around with people who cause you to feel negative, consider backing out of that group and either finding people you enjoy being around, or practise being alone for a while. If there's fights that keep recurring, try sorting them out with a fresh perspective. Create your own peace.
Finally, with regards spells, the best negativity cleanser I know of is to let a black candle burn all the way down. It helps if you anoint it with a good cleansing oil and visualise all your negativity being absorbed into it, and then burning away as the wax does. If you've any left in the dish afterwards, I always burn that bit in the fire and make sure it's good and gone.
Re: Repelling Spell
By: Nekoshema / Novice Oct 31, 2015
Post # 6
any candle will do. tea candles work great if you are short on time or can only focus for 15 minutes or less at a time.
you could look into various cleansing and relaxation techniques to help you. you could use a sea salt exfoliating scrub before your shower to double as a way to cleanse yourself of negative energy. [be sure to charge it with energy before hand] in Deborah Blakes book Everyday Witchcraft, she talks about ways to incorporate cleansing and daily chores. when you have a shower, visualize/feel yourself washing dark energy off your body and say the chant 'Stress and strain go down the drain' i do that after work and it helps. if you have sage smudge you could use the smoke to cleanse yourself and your home on a regular basis.
there isn't any real spells that can delete negative thoughts from your mind [if there was i would of used them by now] journalling, mindfulness, and meditation can help you deal with and minimise the negative thought patterns. if it's external triggers [like social media] it's alright to take a break once and a while.