Is Aura Clearing Necessary? Yes. It’s as vital an aspect of psychic hygiene as showering is to physical hygiene. But you can do it yourself, in the shower with some Himalayan Salt. Or via an Alchemy Bath. If you feel like you’re murked up, burn some Sage or Mugwort or clang some Tibetan bells around. It need not even be that complicated. Walking in the wind or bathing in the ocean is clearing. Orgasms clear your aura. Dancing to loud music and yelling ‘fuq off’ is aura clearing. Personally, I like to occasionally sit in an infrared sauna with the Green Tara mantra playing.
So I know someone who just paid about $450 to have her aura cleared. It seems excessive, and it was sold to her via some passive-aggressive Qi Vampire grifting. The Aura Cleanser said my acquaintance had a particularly toxic aura and some “nasty entities” lodged in there, hence the cost. She said if it was not cleared a.s.a.p. there would be horrible consequences, due to all the dark energy clustering around her whatever chakra.
Vampirism – Like Crime – Does Not Pay
If you got your HOUSE spring cleaned professionally and have to pay a whole heap, sure, whatever – you’d know what needed to be done and where the $ was going, right? You would know if it was filthy enough to warrant Haz-Mat protective uniforms and a jumbo-bill at the end of it.
But in the case of an aura-clearing, you’re purely reliant on the opinion of the person selling it to you. Never trust anyone who tries to make you think some hellacious crap is going to go down if you don’t get your aura cleansed by them. Or buy whatever ‘protective talisman’ they’re peddling that day. Tell them that to imply a dark presence or bad outcome will occur if you don’t pay them money is the bad juju. And that they’re the person who’s going to be copping all the bad crap. Vampirism doesn’t pay.
Finally, the more you do the hard work of consciousness-raising and proper boundary setting, the more your aura clears itself.
Image: Steven Meisel – Julia Nobis – W Magazine