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Energy Clearing for Your Home

Energy clearing for your home involves techniques to remove any negative energy or vibrations that may be lingering in your living space.

Here are some methods that you can use to clear the energy in your home:


  1. Smudging: Smudging involves burning sage or other herbs and allowing the smoke to fill your home, which is believed to help clear any negative energy. You can also use palo santo or other herbs or resins that have cleansing properties.

  2. Salt: Salt is believed to have cleansing properties and can help to absorb negative energy. You can sprinkle salt around your home, leave it for a few hours, and then sweep it up and dispose of it.

  3. Crystals: Certain crystals are believed to have cleansing properties and can help to remove negative energy. Some examples include black tourmaline, clear quartz, and amethyst. You can place these crystals around your home or wear them as jewelry.

  4. Sound: Sound vibrations can help to clear negative energy in your home. You can use singing bowls, bells, or other instruments to create sound vibrations, or play music that has a calming or uplifting effect.

  5. Clean and Declutter: Cleaning and decluttering your living space can also help to clear negative energy. By removing any items that are no longer serving you and creating a clean and organized space, you can promote positive energy and a sense of calm in your home.

Remember that energy clearing is a personal practice, and what works for one person may not work for another. Try different methods and see what resonates with you and your living space.


To learn more about working with me to clear the energy in your home or office, CLICK HERE.

Nicole.

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