DIY: Housemade Cleaners!

I made them, the house cleaners I wanted to try and that I posted about two days ago. the window cleaner is on the left in an empty baby wash container and the cleaning paste (which needs to be stirred) is on the right. All the Baking soda has separated and settled on the bottom, thus the plastic knife on top I’m using to stir. I added a little Orange and Rosmary Essential Oil. I also made them during an informal ritual to Dagda in his aspect of the Great Warrior God and blessed them by word and also by passing both the ingrediants and the finished product through pine incense. I also lit a red candle for my intent, burned pine incense, put garnet and ruby and bloodstone on the altar, and stated by intent while asking for help.  I asked for energy, discipline, and help in ridding the house of bad energies and garbage and all the bad stuff bringing me and my parents (who I live with) down. I stated that the cleaners were my weapons in cleaning and that with the help of Dadga, my blessed weapons, the energy from this ritual, the power in the oils and incense, but most importantly with my own efforts, that the house would be clean and that it was more than possible.

Note: If you just make the household cleaner then that great! You don’t have to do a ritual or anything else. I have always had a lot or problems cleaning my house but it needs to be done. It’s cluttered, dusty, and dirty in places. Most of all, my house is holding a lot of negative energy. I needed the extra boost, but that doesn’t mean you do. Do what you can, do what you will. All efforts will help your house become a positive and healthy place to live!

Note 2: Pine, the color Red, Rubies, Garnets, and Bloodstone are all Correspondences to Celtic Warrior Deities according to DJ Conway’s book Celtic Magic that I use as my reference in my Celtic rituals.

Note 3: Rosmary’s properties are Protection, Purification, Love, Mental Sharpnes. Orange’s Properties are Love. It also smells great!

About rosesrocksandredfoxes

This is my blog as an Eclectic Pagan. I found the path in 2009. I love to learn, read, explore, and create. I'm a college student right now and I'm always looking for more ways to 'be green' and connect more with the God/Goddess. I'm using this almost as my publicly viewed book of shadows. Enjoy!
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