Tuesday, 6 September 2011
# The most convenient way is to place camphor on an electronic mosquito mat device with an old (used) mat so that low heat gradually evaporates the camphor. Also, camphor can be placed on the electric bulb of a table lamp to evaporate slowly. Burning camphor is of no use as sufficient camphor vapour is not generated.
# Mustard oil has the capacity to neutralize negative energy even when cold or not being used as lamp fuel. A ghee (clarified butter) lamp generates positive energy in addition to burning up negative energy. Til (sesame) oil is the most powerful cleansing and healing of all oils used is a lamp.
# Sea-salt water absorbs and neutralizes negative energies. One or two handfuls of sea-salt may be dissolved in a bucket of water. This salt is locally known as samudri namak or kacha namak. One may also rinse oneself after a bath with sea-salt water and then with fresh water.
# Foodgrains, especially rice, have the capacity to absorb and transmute negative energies. In particular, on the eleventh day of the waxing and waning moon cycle, this absorption is at a maximum. This day is called "ekadasi" (eleventh day). Followers of traditional religious and spiritual methods observe this day as a fast specifically from Foodgrains.
# Yellow, orange and blue violet flowers are the most powerful for this purpose.