Group Therapy Thursday: How to Cure a Hex
Addysen wrote this morning about her boyfriend's mom, who she believes put a hex on her.
Addysen says her and her boyfriend's mom have never gotten along. No matter what she does, she can't seem to get in the woman's good graces. Addysen mentioned that her boyfriend's mother just so happens to be into magic, spells, incantations, and suspects she may be Pagan. Addysen has had two mirrors fall and break in her apartment, she says both of her cats are going crazy, and she can't shake the eerie feeling she's had the past few weeks. The creepiest part is, she says the feeling always increases right after she's been around her boyfriend's mom.
So, are hexes and curses even real? According to author Tess Whitehurst, a hex is very real. It's also different from a curse:
Are hexes and curses real? Short answer: yes.
Long answer: hexes and curses are sort of like energetic cold and flu bugs. They’re essentially vibrational patterns that affect one’s personal energy field in an undesirable and challenging way.
What’s the difference? Well, hexes are spells cast on others with malevolent intent. Curses are similar, but generally these are less formal in that they are set in motion when someone simply thinks or speaks an ill wish against another.
If hexes are indeed real, how do you rid yourself of one? According to Whitehurst, you have a few options:
- Sweep your aura with half a lemon
- Draw a bath of salt water, epsom salt, and baking soda
- Cleanse yourself with a celestite crystal
- Sweep your energy field with a selenite wand
- Bathe with the petals of twelve white roses
Yes these are actual cures sworn by professionals to ward off a hex. Think you've been hexed? Get more details here.