Relax with a Salt Bath

Don’t let the present world crises ruin your health. Have a sea salt bath, for relieving muscle tension or for simply relaxing and enjoying a rejuvenating experience. A Sea Salt bath provides a medium for deep relaxation, as well as a feast of minerals for the skin. Sea salt is a broad term that generally refers to unrefined salt derived directly from a living ocean or sea. It is harvested through channeling ocean water into large clay trays and allowing the sun and wind to evaporate it naturally. Sea salt is healthier and more flavorful. Available in coarse, fine and extra fine grain size. Traces of minerals found in the sea salt are iron, magnesium, calcium, potassium, manganese, zinc and iodine. Researchers indicate improvement on one’s immune system after being submitted to sea salt bath therapy, increasing the natural human healing and defense power. Now therapeutic salt baths are becoming common practice in homes all across world. The Dead Sea salt bath is also commonly used at home as well as in spa. The Dead Sea, known for centuries as nature’s best spa, was revered by Cleopatra and the Queen of Sheba for its unique therapeutic qualities – relaxing the mind and body while nourishing and smoothing the skin.

Sea salt bath is very much recommended for spiritual healing, as it takes out all the negative energy. How it works is mainly by removing negative energies (that we have picked up daily and accumulated) from our auras. The usual symptoms that tell us that it is time to do this bath is whenever we feel cranky, heavy headedness, “sticky” thinking, mind is slow to work, lethargy, etc. Every Saturday, if possible, sea salt bath is recommended.


Take a lit silver or white candle, some handful of sea salt, and a healing oil (such as carnation, violet, sandalwood, or narcissus) into the bathroom. By the candle’s light run a tub of very warm water. Cast the salt into it, add a few drops of healing oil, and then step into the tub. Relax. Feel the warm salted water sinking into your pores, through your skin, sterilizing the sick portions of your body. Visualize the ‘black worms’ leaving it, if you wish, and when you feel the water teeming with them pull the plug and let the water drain out. While it is draining, chant: The sickness is flowing out of me, into the water, down to the sea. Only when the tub is completely drained, stand up. It is best to immediately splash your body with fresh water (a shower is ideal) to remove the last vestiges of the disease of sickness-laden water. Repeat as needed to speed your body’s recovery.

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