Thursday, 16 October 2014
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To cleanse the home and ward it from negative influences, what would you recommend one do? Please be detailed.

To prevent attacks by negative entities, to destroy astral larvae, etc.


Also, I'm curious as to rather a mudra or mantra in and of itself can be black in nature? Like if I use mudra/mantra for the development of the chakras taught by black magicians can it have inherent negative affects. I understand that in this tradition anything can bear negative fruit, including the practices taught here, if the person holds on to the ego. But I'm asking if a mudra/mantra can be inherently black regardless of whether or not the person is working on themselves. Can a mantra or mudra draw in negative energy in and of itself without any negative leanings on the part of the practitioner.
8 years ago
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#7877
Accepted Answer
Everything you need is on the website and in the books:
8 years ago
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#7877
Accepted Answer
Everything you need is on the website and in the books:
So for nine days you 're supposed to live in a sulfur smelling house? And have sulfur smell soaked into all your clothes, furniture, etc.?

And this has no negative effect on your lungs?
8 years ago
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#7881
If you are concerned about such things, there is a simple solution: do not use that practice.

"Do not worry; cultivate the habit of being happy." - Samael Aun Weor

Can I get a response to the other question?

Also, I'm curious as to rather a mudra or mantra in and of itself can be black in nature? Like if I use mudra/mantra for the development of the chakras taught by black magicians can it have inherent negative affects. I understand that in this tradition anything can bear negative fruit, including the practices taught here, if the person holds on to the ego. But I'm asking if a mudra/mantra can be inherently black regardless of whether or not the person is working on themselves. Can a mantra or mudra draw in negative energy in and of itself without any negative leanings on the part of the practitioner.
8 years ago
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#7926
See the thread referenced below:

Joyful in hope, suffering in tribulation, be thou constant in thy prayer.

Benedictis, qui venit in nomine Domini. Osanna in excelsis.

"Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord. Hosanna in the highest!"

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