How to Create the Perfect Aura Cleansing Bath

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More and more people are discovering the benefits of cleansing their auras with baths.

They can really help to clear your mind and shake off heavy, unwanted energies to leave you feeling light and clear-headed.

There are tonnes of different ways to cleanse your aura but baths are by far one of the most relaxing and rewarding ways to go about doing this.

If you feel like your aura is seriously polluted with a load of heavy, negative or otherwise unhelpful energies, you might want to smudge yourself first with an herb like Californian Sage or another natural material such as Holy Palo Santo wood.

You might also want to have a glass of distilled or mineral water (fluoride-free) to hand to aid with the cleansing process. Add a few drops of fresh lemon or lime for flavor and an added cleansing boost. 

If your bedroom is a real mess like mine unfortunately often is, consider tidying it up a little before you get into your bath so you can return to a peaceful, clean room where the energy can flow around with greater ease.

Ok, so without further a-do, I’ll list the ingredients that I think can make for a wonderfully energetically cleansing and soothing bath 😊:

Pink Himalayan Salt

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Himalayan salt is essentially mostly sodium chloride but it also contains trace amounts of other electrolytes such as magnesium, potassium and calcium.

It’s said that it’s actually the intricate crystalline structure of the natural salt formation that is able to attract and retain energy.

Himalayan salt can sometimes take a few minutes to dissolve, especially in cooler water so you might have to wait a few minutes and then stir with a wooden spoon or your hand to make sure the salt has dissolved completely before getting into your bath. No one likes sitting on hard little rocks! 😀

Related: How to Raise Your Vibration

Dead Sea Salt

Dead Sea salt is another great material for cleaning your aura. Add 1-2 cups to a warm bath and stir until all crystals have completely dissolved. The multiple, amazing benefits of Dead Sea salt have been known for hundreds, if not thousands, of years.

You don’t have to use salt from the Dead Sea specifically, however. You can also just use the sea salt flakes sold in many grocery stores.

Baking Soda

Epsom, Himalayan, and Dead Sea salts can be a little bit expensive and get used up quickly if used fairly regularly. A way more affordable alternative is good old baking soda.

Yes, baking soda, pretty unbelievable, I know! I remember the first time I heard you could use it for energetic cleansing, I was pretty bowled-over, but you can, and it actually seems to be pretty effective 😊

Sprinkle 2 tablespoons into a full, warm bathtub and stir with your hand until it has all completely dissolved.

Epsom Salt

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Epsom salt might bear the name ‘salt’ in its title but in actuality, it’s not a salt at all. Its chemical composition is magnesium sulfate.

Look for a high grade of Epsom salt for maximum effect as these are typically purer. The bags sold in dollar stores might not be quite as high quality as some other brands which are a little more expensive. The investment is worth it because the higher quality salts seem to be more effective. Look out for discounts online. 

Add 1-2 cups of Epsom salt to a warm bath. You can add up to 4 cups but this may also give you a substantial dose of magnesium and so you might want to reserve that for post-workout baths or when you have very sore or aching muscles.

Just a word of caution, bathing in Epsom salt basically means bathing in magnesium so avoid bathing in them more than twice a week as you don’t want to overdose on Magnesium 🙂 Here’s a study by Birmingham University in the UK on Epsom salts increasing blood magnesium levels.

Add a Soothing Natural Fragrance

What kind of bath could possibly be complete without a gorgeous fragrance? 😀

Below are some totally natural ideas for adding a gentle scent to your aura cleansing bath:

Essential Oils

Essential oils are probably the fastest and most convenient way to fragrance your cleansing bath. Adding pure essential oils to your bath isn’t a great idea, however. Instead, take a few minutes to dilute them with a carrier oil such as sweet almond oil or apricot kernel oil. This will also help them to go a lot further, which is especially good if you’re using a very pricey essential oil such as rose absolute or jasmine absolute.

  • Lavender oil – This is one of, if not the single most, relaxing essential oils. It’s also very affordable at around $3 per 10ml. 
  • Rose oil – Rose absolute oil will set you back around $30 – $50 for 10ml as it takes a whopping 10,000 or so roses to create a mere 10ml! Of course, at this price, most people can’t afford to buy it, however,  I’m going to include it anyway because it vibrates at a very high frequency and may, therefore, make a great addition to an aura cleansing bath. 
  • Patchouli oil
  • Eucalyptus oil

Also, try mixing a few different essential oils to create your own unique fragrance.

Avoid adding citrus oils such as lemon oil and bergamot oil as these can sting the skin a little.

Rose Petals

Roses just smell utterly divine, don’t they? 😀 Even when dried, rose petals smell delicious.

You can use the petals fresh or dried. Fresh might be a bit tricky to find unless you grow roses in your garden or people often buy you roses (lucky you if so! 🙂 )

Dried petals can be easily bought in packs from eBay or Amazon. Make sure the petals, whether being used fresh or dried, have been cut up into small pieces before being added to avoid blocking your drain.

Other Dried Flowers

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There are so many other beautiful flowers available to use.

Just to give you a very rough idea of pricing, you can buy around 25g / 88 oz for $3 – $4 from online retailers such as eBay, Etsy, and Amazon. There are also plenty of other small, independent online stores which will sell them and a quick Google search should bring some up.

Add Some Crystals to Your Bath

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Some great crystals to add to your bath include the crystals that can help us to relax:

  • Clear or milky quartz – great for overall cleansing or the aura and negative thought patterns. 
  • Rose quartz – healing and soothing rose quartz is probably the best choice for aura cleansing.
  • Amethyst – the all-purpose stone, also said to help with aura cleansing, spiritual enlightenment and helpful for increasing intuition.
  • Tiger’s eye – usually associated with attracting abundance and material wealth but is also great for increasing intuition and absorbing negative emotions.
  • Obsidian – Technically, this is not a stone; it’s actually solidified lava and it’s utterly brilliant for absorbing negative energies. 

Make sure that your crystals are fully cleansed and charged before adding them to your bathwater. 

All of the crystals listed above are available as polished tumble-stones. I definitely don’t recommend adding any in raw, rough form as they can scratch the enamel or paint coating of your tub!

The crystal I use depend on how I’m feeling and the level of clearing that’s needed.

The above list is just a suggestion. It’s a good idea to use crystals that you personally feel drawn to and appropriate for you. Maybe you’d like to visit a brick and mortar metaphysical store and actually pick up and hold a stone in the palm of your hand. See how it makes you feel. 

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Some crystals should never be added to water because it’ll damage them. These include:

  • Turquoise (so soothing but definitely can’t be added to water)
  • Moonstone
  • Fine opal
  • Pyrite (aka ‘Fool’s gold’ can rust due to its high iron content)
  • Selenite
  • Plus, most other stones ending in ‘ite’.

You can add your (water-friendly) crystal/s to your bath before getting in and allowing them to soak up energies or remove them just before getting in and leave them at the side of your bath near you while you’re bathing.

Once you’re done with your crystals, make sure to cleanse and charge them in sunlight, moonlight, or with distilled or salted water.

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Light a Candle and Set Your Intentions

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If you’d like your bath to be even more relaxing, turn down the lights and light a natural candle. Beeswax candles are good choices as they cleanse and purify the surrounding air and emit negative ions.

You can also opt for a fragranced soy candle. Palm oil candles are also very natural but I don’t recommend them because of the problems associated with sourcing palm oil responsibly.

Candles without color are best for aura cleansing. If you want to set the intention of manifesting love or money, then you can buy colored beeswax or soy candles to help with this. Burn these shortly after using a natural candle to cleanse your aura.

Once your bath is ready and your candle has been lit, you might want to set the intention for your bath to cleanse your aura completely of any negative energies and when drawing the bath, visualize those energies being washed away and transmuted into loving energies as they go down the drain.

Use Positive Affirmations

You can also speak out loud or repeat in your mind some positive affirmations such as:

  • I am in Divine flow
  • I am loved unconditionally
  • I am perfect as I am
  • I am whole and happy
  • I am forgiven

Related: How to Raise Your Vibration

Ask Your Angels for Help

If you believe in a higher power, you can ask for external help with cleansing your aura.

If you’ve had a particularly hard day or you’re dealing with something heavy, you can ask the Arc Angels, God, Spirit or your Spirit Guides to remove any negative, stale or neutral energies from your aura to 100%.

Create Your Own Unique Bath

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Experiment and see what works for you. It’s a great idea to experiment with salts and fragrances to find the combinations that really work for you. I really love using Epsom salts and a good friend of mine is really against them and prefers Himalayan salts. I guess it just depends on what you feel is a better fit for you intuitively and that can only really be found once you’ve tried everything out at least once.

You can also buy bath bombs with Himalayan, Dead Sea, and Epsom salts in them. You might also want to try making some yourself! There are tonnes of super simple, two-ingredient DIY bath bomb recipes available online. Prepare something nice to eat such as a big fruit salad and watch something lighthearted such as a comedy series on Netflix or a romantic movie.

I personally find romcom movies from the ’90s especially fun and relaxing 😉 plenty of rest or sleep afterward. I can’t stress this enough. These baths can be overwhelmingly relaxing, especially with the addition of Epsom salts. You might also find it beneficial to stay away from electronic devices and social media. Spoil yourself with total peace away from family or the kids if possible.

Have a Foot Bath

If you don’t have the time for a bath (or if you don’t actually own a bath!), a foot bath can work wonders. Stir in a cup full of any of the salts mentioned above and add a few drops of your chosen essential oil or dried flowers.

Hopefully, you found this article helpful. Let me know how you like to make your aura cleansing bath in the comments below! I’ll add your ‘recipe’ if I think others might also like to try it out!

Much love ❤️

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