I consulted a psychic, Hawley, a few weeks ago, and she suggested that I cleanse our new house because of the negative energy of the spirit of the man who used to live in our house. He was not a nice person, and there is a lot of heavy, unhappy energy here. There is a feeling of resistance; it makes it hard for us to do our work.
Since I spoke with Hawley, things have improved. I believe the previous owner is keeping a lower profile, that he's not sure what we're going to do to him!
Photo of Kallie and Mitzi
During the past month, the only photo that I have taken in our house that might be paranormal is the one above which shows our two cats, Kallie and Mitzi, between the living room and hallway. There is an obvious glare on the floor from the window, but there is also a fuzziness that could possibly be ectoplasm.
As far as strange noises, I have heard nothing, but Greg said that he heard a noise upstairs one night while he was downstairs. He thought that it was the cats making the noise, but he looked around, and he said that both cats were downstairs, as was I. And, that's it! We're getting off easily compared to what we have encountered the previous months that we have been here.
However, I decided that this afternoon I'd go ahead and do the salt cleanse that is outlined in the intriguing book "Feng Shui Your Life" by Jayme Barrett.
I have gathered all of the necessary components to carry out this cleanse.
Jayme says that this salt-burning ritual is great for "intense purification" like "when you move into a new home." She says it "will cleanse your emotions at the same time." She warns about being careful when performing the ritual since fire is involved.
Jayme said that salt burning is also good to use after an illness or death.
I'll let you know how this ritual went on the next blog post in April.
Take care, and happy spring!
Thanks for visiting! Until Saturday, April 18, 2020, Becky