A New Understanding of Self: Making a Sweet Herbal Bath Used to Welcome & Attract the Things You Want: Part 2 - Issue #52


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A New Understanding of Self: Making a Sweet Herbal Bath Used to Welcome & Attract the Things You Want: Part 2 - Issue #52
By Ifayomi Fasola • Issue #52 • View online
Last week, we discussed how to create a bitter herbal bath to remove all unwanted negative energy. This week, we’ll uncover how to create a sweet bath to welcome and attract the things you desire.

As mentioned before, following the Bitter Bath is the sweet one. Now that you have released what doesn’t serve you or what was bothering you, now you want to get clear on what you want in your life. Love, wealth, peace of mind, etc.
  • Angelica
  • Cinnamon ( Herb not oil)
  • Vanilla extract
  • Parsley
  • Wild lettuce
  • Basil
  • Mint
  • Milk
  • honey
  • Yellow flowers
This bath will be taken in the early morning.
You will prepare the sweet herbs just as you did the bitter herbs. Prepare your bath just as you did the bitter.
This time you will pray for what you want to attract and bring into your life.
Visualize yourself having exactly what you want and being happy.
Embrace love, prosperity, good health, joy, etc.
Sit in the water for 30 minutes.
Get out of the bath and scoop a cup of the bath water out with you.
Air dry.
Then take the cup of bath water to the front of the house.
Pray one last time and pour in the front.
Back into the house this time and give thanks for blessings already received.
You will take this bath 3 times just like the bitter bath.
Use these baths as a means to remove whats unwanted, and welcome in those that you do.
I pray this gives insight to the next steps of your journey.
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I’m Iya Ifayomi! She/Her. Onisegun. Herbalist. Isese. Ifa, Egbe, & Olokun priestess. Rootworker. Mvskokxe. 2 headed. Bone Reader 🦴 Venmo:@ifayomifasola

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