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Letting Go Bath Salts for Trauma, Grief, Negative Attachments & Old Baggage

Letting Go Bath Salts for Trauma, Grief, Negative Attachments & Old Baggage

$7.75
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Letting Go of old relationships, experiences and feelings tied to our past can be challenging. Unresolved issues from the past can permeate one’s current perception of the world, feelings of emotional well-being and current relationships. Our Letting Go Bath Salts are designed to help free yourself from the unwanted baggage and negative attachments from the past. We have included herbs and oils revered for their ability to help release old trauma, grief, anger and negative energy.  Ultimately this can help you feel more grounded, balanced and present in your everyday life. There are also a number of herbs in our Letting Go Bath Salts that are frequently used to calm the nervous system and ease feelings of apprehension and anxiety. Made with heliochrysum, frankincense, neroli, cedar and other related herbs and oils, it’s perfect to use when you wish to break from the past and move forward in your life. Our bath salts come in a 6 oz tin container.

Our Letting Go Bath Salts can be used as an overall bath soak to help ease feelings of emotional trauma or sadness. Use the time during your bath as an opportunity to visualize yourself reconciling your differences with others or working through difficult situations that have left you feeling hurt. Should you wish to perform a spiritual bath ritual, get two white or blue candles and place one on each side of the bath (one towards your feet, the other towards your head). Get a large container and put in bath temperature water. Slowly begin to pour the water over your head working down your whole body. Take a moment to state your intentions or you can simply read a psalm such as Psalm 130. When you are done, air dry.

You can also use Letting Go Bath Salts mixed with water as a floor wash to cleanse the environment.

Sold as a curio. For external use only. Keep Away from children and pets.

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