Q: How do you like to clear after a healing session?
A: There are so many various ways you can clear energy after a healing session and my preferred method changes from time to time. Because I work so closely with the elementals I really need to enjoy what I'm using, and it needs to not be too time consuming. Two elemental traits are that they like things to be fun and fast. If it feels forced then I know it's time to switch it up. And if it's too lengthy it will dissuade me from doing it.
Currently, my favourite tool is to use a bell. At our wedding ceremony Elliott and I had rose gold bells that guests rang when we kissed. And we had a few bells left over so I keep one on my desk and I ring it after every session to clear the space with sound healing.
Also, my sister in law gifted us some essential oils and recommended the lemon as a good one for cleansing the aura after a session. And I'm loving using that. After I ring the bell, I will spray some lemon essential oil around my head and shoulders and it leaves my aura feeling refreshed.
And after every session I like to sage. I always have an abalone shell on my desk with a smudge stick and I'll light the end and sage after each session. To cleanse my aura I trace the outline of my body, close to it, with the smudge stick. As the elementals would say: Just like you're icing a gingerbread man. Elemental tip: Don't forget to sage your laptop, phone, card deck, crystals, and anything else that comes in contact with energy during a session.
Setting your space before a healing session is equally important as there will be less to clear afterward if you do so. I always use my Space Clearing and Blessing technique, that the elementals taught me, before each session. I always have a candle burning throughout the session and ask the Elementals of South and fire to burn away and transmute any energy as it's clearing during the session. And I make sure to leave enough time in between scheduling appointments so that I'm not rushed and then miss clearing. Because one thing the elementals and I agree on is that it's always about quality over quantity.