We are back with another easy to follow recipe! If you’ve been following my posts on Empathic Sensitivity , visited my website and looked at my Weight Loss For People Who Feel Too Much Coaching program or are in the process of reading Colette Baron-Reid’s book “Weight Loss For People Who Feel Too Much” you would notice a section that talks about how Salt Baths help with porous boundaries and the release of other people’s energy that you pick up throughout your day.
Empathic people pick up a LOT of it and if you’re a person who “feels too much” sometimes you can’t shift all that energy off the body and thus start “carrying it around” ON your body in the form of excess weight.
In her book, Colette, talks about taking a Himalayan Sea Salt Bath every day for about 20 minutes. This is great if you can manage it in your schedule – if you’re like me and find that difficult to do – give this solution a try. Use a Salt Scrub in the shower.
A Salt Scrub works on the same principles as a bath except you’re not soaking in it. Instead you are clearing your energy fields with the salt in the shower. It’s a great alternative if you can’t do the bath – however – I would recommend soaking in the bath as often as you can, especially if you’re a person who feels too much.
What you will need:
- A jar with a lid (plastic is best)
- Your favorite Essential oil
- An oil base such as Olive Oil, Almond Oil, Grapeseed Oil etc.
- Salt (Sea salt, Himalayan Salt, or Epsom Salt)
Extra Bonus** Because of the recipe – which I share below in my video – a secondary benefit from a Salt Scrub is extra soft nurtured skin. Great for those wintry days when the heat from being indoors can dry it out.
Check out the video below and let me know how it works for you and don’t forget to forward it on to your friends. 🙂
Elizabeth Pfeiffer, MSW practices as a Master Intuitive Coach© & Energy Healer
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Thanks so much for showing us how to do this! I really appreciate it! ():-)