Healing Bath

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A spell to help your sickness

Casting Instructions for 'Healing Bath'

You will need the following items for this spell:

  • Silver or white candle
  • some salt
  • and a healing oil (such as carnation, violet, sandalwood, or narcissus)
  • very warm water
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You will need the following items for this spell:

  • Silver or white candle
  • some salt
  • and a healing oil (such as carnation, violet, sandalwood, or narcissus)
  • very warm water
Take a lit silver or white candle, some salt, and a healing oil (such as carnation, violet, sandalwood, or narcissus) into the bathroom. By the candle's light run a tub of very warm water. Cast some salt into it, add a few drops of healing oil, and then step into the tub.

Relax. Feel the warm salted water sinking into your pores, through your skin, sterilizing the sick portions of your body. Visualize the 'black worms' leaving it, if you wish, and when you feel the water teeming with them pull the plug and let the water drain out. While it is draining, chant: The sickness is flowing out of me, Into the water, down to the sea.

Only when the tub is completely drained stand up. It is best to immediately splash your body with fresh water (a shower is ideal) to remove the last vestiges of the disease of sickness-laden water. Repeat as needed to speed your body's recovery.

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Does this work for pets?

Jun 27, 2019
If your pet is sick, take them to the vet. You might be able to tweak this ritual for pets in addition to veterinary care if you wanted, as long as they're still getting that professional help. I'd take the essential oils out if I was doing this on a pet, as many of them can harm animals, and make sure they're an animal that can go in water (rabbits, for example, can easily get hypothermia they get wet or have heat stroke if the water is hot, so one shouldn't put rabbits in water under any circumstances)

Jun 27, 2019
Thank you! It’s for my dog. She has some medical issues and takes meds for it but I just wanted to see if I could help

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