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Prepare a Sweetening Jar
Sweetening jars can be prepared for many purposes,
including court case scenarios. A jar should be made
for everyone whom you wish to think well of you who is
involved in your case. You should always create a sweet-
ening jar for the judge. Making one for your attorney
would not hurt, and if you are going to trial before a jury,
sweetening the jury towards you is simply wise.
Although some folks advise throwing everyone’s name
into one jar, we feel that surer results are obtained when
every name is given it’s own little jar, which in essence
is it’s own little spiritual universe. In our rootworking
practice, we have obtained good results using small,
wide-mouth canning jars. These stack easily; three can
usually be stacked and remain stable enough for a glass-
encased candle to be burned down on top of the stack.
That one candle will effect the residents of all three jars
which are stacked underneath.
Create a Name-Paper
On a small piece of paper, write the individual’s name
nine times. Write their name in a column, one directly
underneath the other, as if you were writing on lined
paper. Use their entire name, first, middle, and last,
or as much of it as you know.
It does not matter what type of paper you use. Brown
paper bags are preferred by many, but others prefer to
use some sort of parchment. In the end, this is fairly
immaterial. It also does not matter whether you tear
the square of paper out of the bag or large sheet, or
whether you cut it. Your purity and focus are what mat-
ter more. We tend to use lightweight brown paper lunch
bags for this purpose, and these have worked well for us.
Turn the paper 90 degrees to the left, and write your
full name directly over theirs, eleven times. Write your
names in a column, one right under the other, completely
covering their column of names. By writing your name in
this way, you exert dominance over them both be-
cause your name is on top of theirs, and because your
name has been written two times more than theirs.
Your name-paper will now look like a grid, or plaid.
You may incorporate a photo of theirs into this work.
Here is an example of how this will look. Alternately, instead of writing your name
over theirs, you may choose to write a command over their name instead. There is
much to recommend this method, and in some types of work it is a preferable approach..
The command should be short, pointed, and exact. Think for a bit about possible
phrases prior to writing on top of their name. When you come upon the right phrase,
it will resonate or vibrate to you, and you will know you have made the right choice.
Next, fold this paper towards you. In other words, the top edge of the paper should
be folded in a direction towards your body, rather than the bottom edge being folded
up and away from your body. As you do this, call the person’s name aloud, and
state what you wish to occur. Tell them exactly how they will now behave. (Con’t.)