Saturday, May 16, 2009

blue water

Excerpt from The Store, a novel with "recipes".


There, in the linen closet, Michael found a bottle labeled "Blue Water", and he smiled, thinking of Octavia's penchant for such things. He opened it and sniffed, as if it would contain some exotic fragrance, but it was just water. He poured a little in his hand, wondering what on earth Blue Water was anyway. She must have told him a dozen times.

Making Blue Water

At the beginning of any ritual, one should first center themselves (using deep breathing, meditation, etc.), and cleanse themselves (this can include "smudging" with sage, using singing bowls or chimes/bells, bathing, etc.).

Take a bowl (or glass/bottle) of water and place it in a sunny spot. Lay your hands just above the bowl and imagine blue rays of light emanating from your palms. When your intent is strong and you can sense the clear blue energy flowing into the water, circle the bowl (clockwise) with your hands 3 times, and then give your hands a quick shake. Cover the bowl with cheesecloth and let it sit in the sun a bit longer.

You can use this water for drinking......... it provides a clear energized feeling, and washes away the cobwebs in your mind. Splashing your face with the water will have the same effect. You might want to carry it in a portable container, to use at those times when you especially need clarity of mind. A little splash on your 3rd eye works wonders.

To increase the effectiveness of Blue Water, put it in a blue glass bottle; cover/cork and let sit in the sun for an hour or so.

1 comment:

  1. Indeed a cool way to prepare ourselves for more clear enegized mind, feeling with something that can help!
    I love the simpicity, minimalist and cool blue here... I am more readily on the go!
    Yeah, to have something cool to enlighten us.
    Truely, how little thing can works miracle...
    That's why we all need to have a clean, clear mind + some cool stationeries, cheer us up!


Thank you for reading my blog, and spending some time with me... I am truly honored.