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Saturday, June 1, 2013
Working With Spiritual Plants DIY
An Indo-style altar setup.
A Sino-style altar setup.
I had been
working with this interesting Ngai or just ‘spiritual plant’ stuffs for the
past few weeks now and had some very interesting experiences. So I just want to
share a fairly simple way of making our own spiritual plants. The inherent
danger of spirit intrusion is still there … Having said so; it is not so easy
to attract powerful spirits. Still, for the general folks, I would advise caution
and at best not to try this ritual.
yourself a haunted plant. You can conjure any spirits into it.
a stream that you think would work for you best:
a small altar as shown above. This altar only serves as control.
is best to leave the spirit plant outside of your house; but you may also keep
it beside the altar. I don’t like to keep plants in my living room, so I would
rather put the plants outside.
incense and a cup of water or tea offerings daily to the altar; a chicken egg
twice a month. You will notice that in time the chicken egg becomes empty
inside with the outer shell intact.
should talk to the plant twice daily once in the morning and once in the
evening about your wish and what help you want from it.
you are travelling, ask the spirit to follow you where ever you go. Or you can
ask the spirit to watch over your premises or plantation.
I think this ritual is an alternative to Kumanthong. Proponents of spiritual
plants think the plants are more powerful and active than the Kumanthong but my
take is that both practices have advantages and disadvantages. A green finger
would probably go for the spiritual plant instead of Kumanthong though.