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Author Topic: clensing/making used tools your own  (Read 2729 times)
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« Reply #1: April 14, 2010, 05:36:41 pm »

Hi last month I bought a big lot of ritual items on Ebay.  If you can think of it, it was probably in the lot, heck I don't even know what half the stuff is.  I would like to know how to make the tools my own.  I am new to this sort of thing, and I was glad that I was able to get so many tools at once, but its a little overwhelming, I mean do I have to cleanse each and every item?  Any advice or help would be appreciated, thanks in advance.
I would say that, in a nutshell, it's going to depend. I wouldn't bother cleansing items that I don't plan on using. So perhaps, you should first go through the items, and see which ones you actually want to use. From there, you could do a sort of "en mass" cleansing- where all of the items are cleansed at once- or you could do a specific ritual for each (or a blend of both, really).

I'm not one for complicating things, so I'd either lay items in the sunlight or moonlight and let them cleanse that way, or use something like sage or incense to cleanse them. Really, it's a matter of preference and feel as to how you want to go about cleansing something.

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