Sometimes the simplest things can wield immense power. Take salt for instance. This humble compound used to preserve and flavor food contains powerful spiritual properties. The Indian name for rock salt is Sendha namak. It is a large-grained, coarse salt also called halite or land salt.
If you’re new to cleansing or protective rituals, one of the first things you’ll be told to try isn’t a special crystal or any sort of spell candle, it’ll be salt — yes, the same salt that you sprinkle on your dinner. When your aim is something as mystical as guarding your home against negativity (or ghosts), humble salt might not seem powerful enough. But, as a spiritual tool, salt keeps many of its signature culinary perks: It’s all-purpose, enhances the overall effect of a ritual, and is easy to use.
It’s no wonder, then, that salt’s spiritual properties partly have their roots in food, too.
1.) Always keep a glass vessel filled with salt in your toilet.
This will remove Vaastu Dosh from your home. Both salt and glass vessel are the objects of Rahu and they help to remove negative energy from your home.
2.) Place the salt in the corners of your home, by a frequently used door, or by the window.
You can even sprinkle some of it into your carpet and allow it to sit for an hour or so before vacuuming it up. The key is to allow the salt to sit for a few days so that it can act as a magnet and pull out any negative energy that may be lingering in the room.
3.) Sea salt eradicates the negative energy in the house — for best results, add in a bit of sea salt to the water that is used to clean the floor.
5.) Spiders are not considered to be good for home so mix up a solution of salt and water and spray it in the areas where you suspect there could be a spider’s nest. Merry Christmas……