Clean Home and Work Environment

Certain places are intrinsically dirtier than others. The room of a sick person, hospitals in general, an office with poor circulation and fluorescent lights, or a building in which the occupants are smokers are all energetically dirty environments. If you spend time in these surroundings, you are exposed to greater-than-average energetic contamination. Thus, you may need to practice energetic hygiene more diligently and more regularly—for example, cutting cords and performing general self-sweeping. You can also directly clean the area. Simple Ways of Quickly Cleaning a room or building of dirty energy

Burn incense.

Burn a stick or cone of incense in the rooms of your house or work area. Sandalwood or Sage are the most common cleansing incenses.

Chant “OM” or “Amen.”

Chant the mantra “OM” or “amen” in the room for 20 minutes. This mantra disperses dirty energy, which is why it’s universally used as part of many meditation routines to clear the mind of thoughts. As an alternative, you can play the Grandmaster Choa Kok Sui OM CD. (See For Further Reference section.)

Let fresh air and sunlight in.

An easy way to clean a house or room energetically, opening windows and curtains allows cleansing solar and air prana to flood a room or house. An hour or two a day should be sufficient for moderate residual contamination.

Spray the area with salt water from a sprayer.

Mix a few tablespoons of salt with a cup of water in a sprayer with a fine misting capability. Shake to dissolve the salt. Walk through a room spraying the salt and water into the air, allowing the droplets to filter down to the floor. Just as salt water breaks down the dirty energy that you sweep from your own aura, it also effectively cleans a room or building. Holy Water used in the Catholic Church is essentially blessed water and salt solution.