How a Sage Bath Can Cleanse & Release Negative Energies

Just how do you use a sage bath to cleanse and release negative energies? Well, we are all energy beings, and sometimes we just need a good soak. This good soak can not only help us relax our tired sore muscles; it can also help us clear away the neggies.

Cleansing the Negative Energies Away

Isn’t it lovely to take a hot shower or a hot bath to wash away the day or worries.  There are some cultures where they will scrub this away as a daily way to complete the day.  It is a nice ending to a day.  As well as keeping ourselves clean, especially all the lovely aromas that we can enjoy from our soaps and/or body washes.

Time For a Nice Hot SoakSage Bath

Ever feel that you have cleansed yourself, and yet you just feel out of it or negative?  This can happen when we absorb the negative energies of others, situations and such.  Insert a nice hot bath.  Soap and body wash are wonderful.  What if this is not enough.

How Sage Cleanses & Releases Negative Energies in a Bath

Draw yourself a nice hot bath.  Try to make this as hot as you can stand.  Pour 1/4 – 1/2 cup of Epsom salt in the bath.  Stir this to help dissolve the salt.  I, also like to add Celtic Sea Salt for even more minerals.  Add 1-2 TBSP sage into the bath.  Climb in and enjoy. Take the time to enjoy this.  The heat of the water, the cleansing nature of salt will cleanse and release negative energies.  The Epsom & Celtic Salt will help you to eliminate this from an internal process.

Stay Put Please

Your body will absorb the water and the salts.  Epsom salt is known to make the intestinal tract move at a quicker pace. Plus, you have also soaked up the water, so your bladder will wish to empty more so.  Therefore, it is a good idea to stay home and enjoy a nap, relax and rest.

This is positive to help eliminate and release neggies from inside your body.

**If you have medical condition, please check with your health provider if this is possible for you.

Much Love and Magical Blessings, 

Natasha

Natasha Publicty PhotoNatasha Botkin, Master Intuitive Behavioral Energy Healer/Teacher & #1 International Best Selling Author has been gifted with the divine wisdom of guiding one by transforming heart and soul with creative play & healing energies.  As a Dark Heart Teacher, Natasha works closely with Youth & Adults by using all the elements (Fire, Water, Air, Earth, Spirit). She works from a multi-dimensional healing manner with soul psychology by releasing patterns & blocks.  To help one to shine their light and empower them. She is the creator of Reclaiming Your Power, Empower Your Words & Heart Meditative Writing.  Connect with me https://magicalblessingshealingcenter.com

 

29 thoughts on “How a Sage Bath Can Cleanse & Release Negative Energies

  1. Lore Raymond says:

    On my list to do this New year’s Eve, Natasha. I use Epson salt and lavender, so this will fun and something different! Where do you get your sage, a health food store in dry or oil form?

  2. Barb Parcells says:

    I also use lavender in a net bag hung over the shower so it feels like lavender rain! I was so excited to see that my new apartment had a tub which my old one didn’t and I missed very much. Will have to try the Epson salt and sage combination. Thanks!

  3. Debra Oakland says:

    Natasha, now you have me wanting to take a hot bath in soothing sage! It’s usually so hot in Laguna Beach, baths don’t appeal. Now that it’s cooler, I will take your advice and I also enjoy Epsom salt. Happy New Years!

  4. Kim Smith says:

    You have inspired me to make a New Years Resolution to take more baths. I am a shower person and I always say I am saving myself time. I think I need to spend the time and get the sage and Epsom salts out!

  5. Jonita Dsouza says:

    Love this. I love your passion. As an empath I can relate to emphasising on exquisite self care. I have been using epsom salt and it is so relaxing. Recently I found my special love for paolo santo sage and it refreshes me. Thank you for this reminder 🙂

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