Sacred Mantra to Break Evil Spell
If your LOA practice doesn’t already include the superdaddy of all sacred mantras, it may be time to incorporate this one into your routine.
This two word mantra is capable of breaking even the most persistent evil spells – the ones where we feel powerless to escape the negative spiral down.
You can use it in any area of life, including breakups, lost jobs, financial ruin, etc.
It can be the catalyst for clearing the decks of negative energy and offering a clean slate to start anew.
You don’t have to be adept at using mantras in order to experience its effectiveness – even first time users can notice miraculous results their very first time.
Repeat use isn’t necessary – just one utterance can create magic.
Don’t be fooled by its simplicity – just because it’s short and easy to pronounce doesn’t mean it doesn’t pack a powerful punch when you’re swept up in fear, despair, or worse.
Are you ready?
Without further ado, here is the two word sacred mantra to use the next time you are under the influence of strong negativity:
Yep, you’ve got it! Can you feel the power of it already?
Or you can use its cousin:
Or another variation:
Screw it. (Click here for advanced support in implementing the four word version of this sacred mantra.)
Or you might prefer the all popular:
These two word sacred mantras can disperse negative spells in a heart beat.
If you want to make them extra powerful, you can incorporate specific mudras (hand gestures) to enhance their effect. “So what” works especially well with a flick or wave of your dominant hand. “Big deal” loves to be paired with a shoulder shrug. “Oh well” is especially lovely when completed with a strong exhale of air through the mouth.
(Thanks to Bashar for sharing the power of these incognito evil spell-breaking mantras.)
Have fun implementing these sacred mantras next time you’re under fire in challenging circumstances that seem powerless to change.
We’d love to hear your most reliable mantras for shifting negative energy in the comments below. 🙂