Written by: Samantha Redd, Executive Contributor
Executive Contributors at Brainz Magazine are handpicked and invited to contribute because of their knowledge and valuable insight within their area of expertise.
Did you ever have a string of bad luck, a moment in time where absolutely nothing goes your way? You might have picked up a chaos spirit. As a high conflict divorce coach, a lot of negativity is thrown my way, unintentional by my clients, but they are dealing with their own crisis, and those negative energies like to wreak havoc in our stable lives. Unfortunately, we become a magnet for these chaos spirits as they enter our lives and have fun by making Murphy’s Law a permanent resident.
So if things don’t seem to be working out for you, even after doing everything by the book, here are some simple things you can do. Depending on your belief system, I recommend getting holy water, moon water, or Florida water (the all-around good stuff) and spritzing yourself from head to toe just before you come into your house. If you are in a job where you help people, which is pretty much all of us, you stand out like a beacon to those energies that would like to cause us misfortune, and they are sticky little buggers, then you need some way to get them away from you.
As a final step, don’t forget to smudge your home or space periodically. I use a white sage and lavender mix for my home, and I spritz my office down with Florida water. We are always helping our clients with our time and energy, don’t forget to do a little soul care yourself with these tips!
Samantha Redd, Executive Contributor Brainz Magazine
Samantha Redd is an expert in trauma recovery through using shadow work and her death doula training. She works with moms who are domestic violence survivors in high conflict divorce by using a mix of real-world experience and a unique view of spirituality to educate, heal, inspire, protect, and rebuild her clients and help them find their purpose. Samantha has a Ph.D. in Chemistry and uses her expertise in that field to help her clients understand the link between stress and sickness. In addition, she has dedicated her life to helping people recover from loss and find their way back to their true selves as a way of honoring the growth that comes with that loss. She is also the CEO of Decoding the System and has been helping people with grief for 20 years. Samantha is also a high conflict divorce survivor and wears a mask and pen name because she can only be present and a light for others by hiding in the darkness.