Re: Healing design?

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Posted by Catherine Cartwright Jones on June 23, 2002 at 13:50:52:

In reply to: Healing design? posted by aschenputtel on June 23, 2002 at 10:43:17:

: Hello...I got word last night that my friends good friend died in a
: car accident. She is having a rough go of things. I'd like to do a
: healing design on her today. Does anyone have a picture or

People who have taken a heavy hit stain very poorly! However,
patterns with angels and stars are considered protective ...... check
the Hajj patterns in Erfan MahlodjiŽs Hennaria. Also, there are non-
traditional healing patterns in Henna, the Joyous Body Art.
Traditional Khamsa patterns are traditional for protecting women
after birth, and will do very nicely in a health crisis, because when
a person is in a fragile state, particularly with blood leaking, they
are magnets for malicious spirits, which can be repelled by henna
(traditional, north Africa). So, though henna may not stain well,
and though henna has very little potential for actual healing, when a
person is in a limerant or fragile state, having a bit of
concentrated kindness and dose of positive symbolism, can be useful
for moving on to the next step.

There are some Khamsa patterns free in the rabbit hole ......

IŽd send you some healing picx free, but I wonŽt be near my home
computer for ages yet........


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