Proper way to dispose of old photos to protect person’s life force
February 14, 2008
A reader wrote to us:
“We are wondering what you would recommend as an appropriate method for cleaning out old family albums and other photos that just cannot be kept anymore. My mother was shredding them, although she has stopped since learning about this issue. Thank you. from Lisa B.
I would first recommend that everyone in the family has a Personal Rejuvenizer to protect them. This is my best way of helping as many people as possible, over time. Short of that, I would recommend a special technique that I created to clear photos and disconnect a person’s energy from them. If the person’s energy is no longer connected to the photo, then damaging or destroying the photo will not have a negative impact on the person.
You will need at least one Personal Rejuvenizer for this. Take the Rejuvenizer and rub it back and forth over the back of the photo you want to clear. While you are doing this, ask (it can be within your mind, not necessarily out loud) to disconnect this person’s energy completely from their photo. Continue this for 15 seconds in order to make this happen. In truth, the clearing will take place over the ten hours that follow, so wait at least ten hours before destroying the photo. In doing so, your loved ones will be safe from any subtle harm.
In the case of the album, here is a shortcut you can use. Do the above technique both on the cover of the album, and on the back of the album, while asking for the energy of all the people in the album to be disconnected from their photos. Although you initiate the clearing in 15 seconds, wait at least ten hours before shredding or disposing of the photos.
Thanks for your concern about keeping your loved ones safe!