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What to do with the things of a dead man
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Why the dead man needs to be distributed to beggars in 40 days and how to do it right. How to disarm the nekrotičeskuû energy.

Many people adhere to the old belief that the clothes of a dead man, as well as his clothes are better distributed to the poor. Since the objects may remain the personal energy of the deceased, which will extend the sorrow of the loved ones. The Orthodox religion tells you how to perform this ceremony correctly.

What to do with the things of the deceased on the advice of the orthodox church

The most appropriate will be to give things to the temple where they will be cleared of the "memory" of the old owner and will be distributed to those in need. Of course, it is pre-recommended to sorting out. Very old and inappropriate clothing should be sent to the trash. Those who are preserved in good condition are carefully packed and transferred to servants by prior agreement. Thus you will help the deceased to complete his deeds on earth, and make it easier for him to make his way to the gates of heaven.

According to the orthodox tradition, it is necessary to give away things within forty days. During the transfer of them to the church, don't forget to ask to pray for peace and you can order a special service. Buy some candles, and when you come home, smoke the room, so that the spirit of the deceased will not come back again.

How to remove negative energy from the items of the deceased
Sometimes it happens that after the death of your loved one, you want to leave his memory and save the items he used in his life. However, some of the fuss say that the remaining energy that remains on them is capable of causing harm and even to take a grieving man to that light after his loved ones. What should I do in that case?

The specialists recommend a cleaning ceremony. We need to take away those items that you decided to keep, tie them out of thread or rope, cut them with holy water and smoke smoke from church candles. Then you should say goodbye to the deceased, remove everything in a large box or suitcase, cross and hide away from the eyes for a while. This will help reduce the sorrow of separation, and the soul of the deceased will not worry that her part is left by you.

With regard to the gold jewelry belonging to the deceased, the jewels are advised to dive into salt water for a few minutes. According to the notes, salt is capable of destroying any malicious manifestation. Then the jewelry should be carefully removed and let them lie next to your other personal items for a while. For example, next to the clock, with a chain or a cross cross.

Special attention should be paid to the money savings owned by the deceased person during his life. If this is a large sum, it should be allocated for charity for the poor. And before you become a full owner of the inheritance, you should thank the deceased for the gift and remember something good.
 
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I can't believe people put their trust on such 'nonsense' (excuse my French.) but I feel that's the best word to describe their belief.
 
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Interesting facts about the energy cycle of our body
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• From 6 A.M. To 7 AM - "window" when the long-term memory works, all the information obtained during this period is easily easily learned.
• From 8 TO 9 time for logical thinking, this is the most appropriate time for memory and analysis activities.
• From 9 to 10 am - the best hours to work with information.
• From 11 to 12-you can switch attention to something distracted, such as music.
• From 11 to 14.00 is the most suitable time for lunch. The accepted food is digest and learned in the best way.
• from 12.00 to 18.00-the ideal time for active labor. Labor in later hours causes the brain to work for wear.
• from 21.00 to 23.00, the most complete rest of the mind and nervous system takes place.
• from 23.00 am to 1 am, in sleep, there is an active recovery of fine energy.
• From 1 TO 3 hours, in a dream,
 
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"The passions hidden deeply within us are not from our nature ... He who maintains that the cause of evil passions is nature and not something that has come to human nature - he has changed God's truth into his own lie." - St. Macarius the Great
"Evil, rightly so called, has no other origin than our voluntary falls." - St. Basil the Great
"For it is not according to your nativity (birth) that you sin, nor is it by the power of chance that you commit fornication ...There is not a class of souls sinning by nature, and a class of souls practicing righteousness by nature: but both act from choice..." - St. Cyril of Jerusalem
"Now what a man does, is not the man himself, but his activity, and it is from his actions that he receives the title of evil. For if we were to say that he is that which he does, and he commits murders, adulteries, and such-like, he will be all these. Now if he is these, then when they are produced he has an existence, but when they are not, he too ceases to be. Now these things are produced by men. Men then will be the authors of them, and the causes of their existing or not existing." - St. Methodius of Olympus
"...that which follows its nature does not fall under condemnation." - St. Symeon the New Theologian
 

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