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Spiritual Bath for Clarity and Focus

This is a bath I have used for Focus and Clarity. It has a wonderful aroma and one that just makes me put my head back on my  shoulders . Each herb I have picked is for a specific purpose. This is not a vodou bath. But it is a bath I have used myself from time to time and it is great when you have to stay focused and clear on anything. Specially studying.

The items needed are as follows.

Gardenia herb

Lavender herb

Wisteria Oil

Coconut Oil

Sage Herb

Star Anise (Whole)


Boils all the herbs in a gallon of water strain and let cool. Keep the liquid to use for your bath. Next fill your bath up with warm-hot water, (as warm as you can stand it). Then add in the liquid and the just a couple drops of each of the essential oils. Becareful essential oils are very strong and some people may have reactions to it on their skin. Please check first to make sure you have no reactions.

Also be sure to only use a few drops they are very strong. If you wish to add a little pep to it and pump up your energy a little bit you can also add a drop or 2 of peppermint oil.

Now Soak in the tub for at least a good 15 minutes. I try to stay in longer myself its very relaxing. Take the water up with a cup, or jicara, or calabash and pour it over your head closing your eyes. Focusing on your attention and your focus issues. Relax take your time there is no need to hurry.

Troy to do this bath every day for 7 days. You should start to see a big difference with your focus and your clarity. I find when I do this bath I have very clear visions on issues and problems while I sleep.

Peace and Love.


Relaxation Bath Recipe

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Ok on my other site I have received emails from several people asking about stress relief and relaxation. So here is one of my favorite Relaxing spiritual baths recipes that I use on a regular basis.

Items needed for this bath recipe

  • 3 White Candles any kind will work. I prefer to use ones that burn for several hours.
  • Fresh or Dry Lavender flowers (you can buy these in bulk online or at new age and alot of herb shops.
  • Sage either fresh or dry available online or at your local grocery store in the produce section.
  • Chamomile fresh or dried herb. You can find this online or at new age and herb shops.
  • Peppermint Essential Oil or Fresh Peppermint leaves you can find online fresh leaves sometimes at the local supermarket.
  • Coconut essential oil
  • Florida Water Cologne( I use this for everything from cleansing to baths, to floorwashes, to adding to my laundry.

There are 2 ways you can work this bath the preference is yours. You can fill the tub with hot water and toss in the herbs to let them steep if they are dry herbs then add the florida water a couple squirts, with the essential oils add just a couple drops essential oils are very potent and some people may be sensitive to the oils.

Method 2 is with using mainly fresh herbs. Fill a basin or bucket with warm water and toss in the herbs. With your hands work the herbs together, rubbing them between your hands, squeezing out the juices, and breaking the herbs by hand while you pray and ask god and spirit to make the mixture stronger with energy. Once you have completely integrated the mixture into the water ( you will see the water color change and the aroma will be very strong.) Then you can either leave the herbs in if you have a strainer in your tub which i always suggest as the power of the herbs are best when left in the tub.

Pour the mixture into your tub filled with hot water, add in a few squirts of florida water, and a couple drops of each of the essential oils. Light your candles and turn out the lights. You can turn on some soft soothing music if you would like as well.

Soak as long as you can in the hot water, bring a cup or a bowl with you and take the mixture up into the bowl and pour it over your head and cover your whole body with it.  Try to soak at least 15 minutes to 1/2 hour if you can make the water warm enough to last that long.

I do prefer to leave my herbs in my water so i can reach down and grab a bunch in my hands and bring it up to my face and breath in the aroma and let it just relax me. I also rub it on my body including all areas that are in pain and need additional relaxation.

After I am finished I step out of the tub and pat dry and take the candles into what ever room I am going to be in for the remainder of the night to keep the ambiance going.

If you try this bath please comment me and let me know how you felt after it. It has always worked for me and has always been very wonderful.

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