Protection: Space

 

This is an introduction to protection of personal and sacred spaces. This is another situation where many people in the community seem to overlook the advantages and seriousness of the topic. Your working space and area directly around you is an integral place to focus regular cleansing as well as putting up of wards to protect that space and in turn yourself from unwanted influences.

There are several ways for one to protect their space with plants; for instance, growing protective plants around the borders of areas and near windows and entryways to your home. In the recreational area in my backyard I grow things like sage, lavender, lemon balm, fleabane… Near windows it is common to grow plants with thorns like roses; and near doorways geraniums, mint, marigolds, and ivy.

A way to protect space with stone is to erect longer than wide stones buried one third in the earth and two thirds above ground in a circle. You can also add protective symbols to them if desired. Another way would be to place key protective stones around the area in pouches, some people setup elaborate grids in this manner. There are many protective stones / crystals to choose from including; black obsidian, quartz, emerald…

Also since I mentioned symbols; You can draw symbols with chalk or paint on rocks, gates, doorways, or even on the ground directly with a stick. Some common symbols used are the circle, cross, pentacle, triskellion…

Thanks for reading about Protection of Spaces, feel free to like or comment on your own experiences and to ask questions.

@copyright Jason J. Walton

 

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