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Exo/Esoteric, new age, mystic. 14 Ways To Raise the Vibration Of Your Home. By Morgan Potts We cleanse our home energetically in order to welcome good, high vibration energy into your space, and clear away any negative vibes.

14 Ways To Raise the Vibration Of Your Home

This way, not only are our bodies vibin’ high and in total alignment with our dreams, but so is our home. A home filled with good vibes brings on better conversation, meditation, cooking, working, creativity and so much more. There will be less fights, misunderstandings, arguments and sadness. The place you spend most of your time should be a space you want to spend time in, and create beautiful things. Feel the energy, love your space, sink into its bliss! 1. Burning smudge sticks made from sage, or any other purifying herb, like lavender, or sweet grass is energetically purifying to the home. 2. Every few months it’s a great idea to go through your house and think about what things are truly necessary for you to keep. As humans we tend to collect way too many items that we will never EVER use. 3. 4.

[Also read: 9 Healing Benefits of Music] Biblical Gemology. The call has gone out today, the day when the impossible things become possible to humanity, that the great fixed theological gulf, the unscalable wall of emotional belief which rises as a sheer impenetrable barrier between ‘believers’ and ‘infidels’ be surmounted.

Biblical Gemology

By the inner Light, the case for the newest Reformation of humanity’s rethinking on things sacred will be made. The best efforts of the new messengers of this happiness are at hand. From those who know they come from the position of unalloyed happiness in the Divine Will, may the selfsame happiness lead to the embrace of Unity at the expense of the ancient approaches of division and opposition. Today many voices attack the Bible-believing congregations, preachers and politicians. Full circle, organic change, tabula rasa, clean slate, shift, outbreak, sea-change, metamorphosis, abrogation.

Rota (regular return), cycle, life-cycle, overturning, collapse, “we shall all be changed”. Think Jesus did not arise in a vacuum. 8 Ways to Clear Spirits & Ghosts from Your Home. There are 8 known ways to clear spirits and ghosts from your home.

8 Ways to Clear Spirits & Ghosts from Your Home

But, there is one unique situation when the clearing attempts won’t work. Get more after the jump. In most cases, you can clear your home of spirits and ghosts using these practices: NegotiatingHoly WaterHaunted Object RemovalSpiritual CleansingSmudgingWhite Candle ClearingFeng ShuiRice + Salt Before we get to using the techniques listed above, let’s address the one situation that can’t be solved – residual hauntings. Residual hauntings are echos from the past. Back to the 8 techniques… Negotiating That’s right – you can talk a spirit into leaving your home. Note: Negotiating doesn’t work on elementals, fairies, demons and poltergeists.

Holy Water We haven’t used holy water to remove a spirit, so we’re assembling this information from our library on ghosts and spirits (sources listed at the end of this post). Haunted Object Removal We’ve covered this topic before. Spiritual Cleansing Smudging White Candle Clearing. MUST SEE - Documentaries and free share sites. Gap creationism. Gap creationism (also known as ruin-restoration creationism, restoration creationism, or "The Gap Theory") is a form of old Earth creationism that posits that the six-day creation, as described in the Book of Genesis, involved literal 24-hour days (light being "day" and dark "night" as God specified), but that there was a gap of time between two distinct creations in the first and the second verses of Genesis, explaining many scientific observations, including the age of the Earth.[1][2][3] It differs from day-age creationism, which posits that the 'days' of creation were much longer periods (of thousands or millions of years), and from young Earth creationism, which although it agrees concerning the six literal 24-hour days of creation, does not posit any gap of time.

Gap creationism

History[edit] It gained widespread attention when a "second creative act"[6] was discussed prominently in the reference notes for Genesis in the influential 1917 Scofield Reference Bible.[4] . Biblical support[edit] Tarocchi. Red Aura.