Salts Of The Earth

Our energy is balanced between dynamic, outpouring energy—which is exciting, creative, fun and challenging—and inner, moving energy, which is receptive. It’s a kind of quiet expectance that allows the universe to give you the gifts that it has to give. And of course, we can’t receive those gifts unless we know how to move from the dynamic state into the real receptive one. One of the things that’s important in helping us learn to do this—and almost everybody I know needs to learn to do it in our hectic, overstressed, dynamic world—is using water. Water itself is a powerful energy balancer.

For instance, when you apply hot and cold water alternately to the surface of your skin, this stimulates circulation through the cardiovascular system, and it also spurs really good lymphatic drainage. From an electromagnetic point of view, by stimulating these systems you are increasing electricity at the heart of your cells, heightening your body’s ability to produce energy at a cellular level and to produce vitality in your life. Hydrotherapy works in other ways too. Like a really good way of eating, high in fresh green vegetables and low or no processed and convenience foods, water helps detoxify acid wastes which are interfering with normal energetic processes. An excellent technique that works fantastically well is Epsom salts baths. They are magical in the way they can help you to balance your energies, not only on a physical level, but emotionally.

Epsom salts are magnesium sulphate. Both magnesium and sulphate molecules have an ability to leach excess sodium, phosphorous and nitrogenous wastes from the body. By reducing toxicity, your body’s energy becomes freed up for more efficient use. Magnesium and sulphur are also some of the most alkalinizing earth minerals. In practical terms, what this means is that they have the ability to create more physical space between the atoms and the molecules of your body. The greater the acidity in the body, and the more compressed the molecular space becomes, the greater the physical and emotional pressure you feel. When you get into an Epsom salts bath, the magnesium sulphate disturbs the pressure in your body, dispersing it and helping to restore balance. Magnesium sulphate dissolved in a body of water creates an electrical unified field. When you put your body into this field, it removes any excess electrical discharge from one area of the body and sends it to areas which are undercharged, creating a magnetic balance.

There is nothing quite as good as an Epsom salts bath when you have been on a long flight or if you are suffering from jetlag, emotional tension, great fatigue or upset.

Here’s How

Take two cups of industrial grade Epsom salts. These are available from the chemist and sometimes from supermarkets. Pour it into a bath with a tiny, tiny bit of household bleach—the bleach is optional, but strangely enough it is another helper which, in minute quantities (and I’m talking less than a teaspoonful in a whole bath) ionizes wastes that are stored in the body. Fill the bath with tepid water, just above body temperature. Then immerse yourself in it for at least 20 minutes. If you begin to feel cool, add some more hot water. If you feel too warm, add a little bit of cold water, so that you are able to sustain being in this bath in a very relaxed state for 20 to 30 minutes. Get out of the bath, wrap yourself in a towel and rub yourself vigorously. This is lovely last thing at night and brings blissful sleep. You can also take an Epsom salts bath during the day, or before going out for the evening after a stressful day. When you get out of the bath, wrap yourself up in a towel and lie down for 10 minutes then get up, get dressed and go about whatever you are intending to do.

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4 Comments

  • Yvonne Mason November 23, 2012 at 1:01 am

    Hi Leslie,
    I have been using Magnesium Chloride Transdermal spray for 3 weeks now and have noticed some amazing results, especially to the skin on my face which has become softer and the wrinkles have softened to the point that they are hardly noticeable, I am 55 years of age and this benefit is one that has made me jump for joy. Also, I apply it to my hip which has a bursar and I have noticed the pain has substantially subsided. I am going to start soaking my feet in Epsom salts to see if this will help relieve leg pain and cramps…. I’ll let you know the outcome. Thank you for your many varied and interesting topics, love reading them.

    Regards
    Yvonne

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    • Leslie Kenton November 29, 2012 at 2:54 am

      Dear Yvonne… How wonderful… love to hear what the proprietary name of the transdermal magnesium product you’re using is..meanwhile, I await your report on the outcome of your experiments…Warmest wishes… Leslie x

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  • Yvonne Mason December 5, 2012 at 10:52 pm

    Hi Leslie,
    The Magnesium Chloride Transdermal Spray I have been using is called “Miracle Mist” by Miracle Products (www.miracleproducts.com.au), I spray two pumps of the product into my hand and apply it to my face and neck both morning and night. The Epsom Salt foot baths I’m having twice a week are relieving the pain in my legs.

    Kindest Regards
    Yvonne

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    • Leslie Kenton December 15, 2012 at 9:08 pm

      Thanks so much for letting me know about your discovery Yvonne. At the moment the company that sells your favourite spray does not offer their products to other countries unfortunately. But I have written to them and they say that before long they will be able to…Every blessing… Leslie x

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