A friend of mine is losing his father to the virus and expects that he may have contracted it himself. He is extremely distraught. Can you prepare a healing oil?
Your friend is definitely able to overcome the virus, unless through fear and grief he gives it his power. When someone dies, it empowers those that are left behind. At the soul level his father knows that, and is giving his son his energy and life force so that he can overcome the virus. The Aravespi-stra-unat Belvaspata protocol is for loss and grief. You can do that to assist your friend every day. But let me explain a unique feature of this emotional healing protocol of Belvaspata:
The sigils of Aravespi-stra-unat lie latent in the fields around the recipient's body until he or she does one thing… the most insignificant seeming action: to signal the cosmos that the recipient wants to move beyond the pain. The reason for this is as follows:
Emotional pain is like love — a unique experience for each individual. Some run from it, and some wear it like a familiar cloak they don't want to let go of. Some use the drama unfolding around them to feel alive, and some enjoy the attention and the energy this gives as others rush in to save and fix them. Many claim to want to get over it, but just like love, few there are who are willing to take responsibility and put in the work it takes to make it succeed.
Dearest, I'll prepare and gift him a healing oil for the virus. But for the heartache, you can do the Aravespi-stra-unat and he has to do one thing each day to embrace life. Sending much love and praise, Almine.
Faith is the effortless side effect of gathering many insights by living a self-examined life. It is strengthened by the tests of life and supported by cultivating a heart of gladness.The Seer Almine