Musings, love and laughter from the other side

I was reading a book by Patricia Cornwell yesterday, and in the book, the main character’s grandmother puts negative, harmful and cruel people “in the freezer”. The main character observes that her freezer is probably chock full of nothing but people who’ve done somebody wrong at some point. He beats his wife? Into the freezer. She kicks her dog? Into the freezer. Someone stole from you? Into the freezer. I had to laugh, because as soon as I read it, I knew exactly what he meant.

No, his grandmother wasn’t some serial killer with a freezer full of frozen body parts. It was full of what were, as I first heard of it, people put “on ice”. There are different variations of it, but basically, it’s a harmless way of keeping people who have been deliberately causing you trouble out of your hair.

Like I said, it’s harmless, in that no harm comes to those put “on ice”. Putting someone “on ice” is just a way to block their negative energy, and prevent them from causing you any further harm or trouble.

Here’s the way I learned how to do it. It’s really simple to do, and takes all of maybe five minutes:

  1. Write the person’s name (a full name isn’t necessary if you only know their first name, or their nickname) on a small piece of paper.
  2. Fold the paper in three, and then fold it in three again, and so on, until you can’t possibly fold it any more.
  3. Put the piece of paper into a small freezer-safe container of water. If you want, you can put the paper into a sealable freezer bag first. Don’t use glass because it can expand and break in your freezer. Frozen popsicle makers are great for this, which led one of my friends to refer to them as “Hexsicles”.
  4. Put the container in the freezer, and just leave it there as long as needed.

That’s all there is to it! My own experiences with putting someone “on ice” have been fairly positive. A landlord who seriously neglected needed repairs in the place I was living sold the house, and I ended up getting a great new apartment with a phenomenal landlord. A friend’s problem co-worker got a great job offer someplace else. A difficult upstairs neighbor moved to another neighborhood, and their apartment was rented to a really nice older couple from the area.

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Comments on: "Putting Someone “On Ice”" (13)

  1. I am sooooo going to try this!!!!!!!

  2. Thoth Hermes said:

    This really works! And the good aspect is that the action is completely non-malevolent.

  3. That’s what I like about it. It takes care of the problem without causing anyone harm.

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  6. I did this in the past and it does work.

    I still have names of some people who have made life miserable for me and it seems that they haven’t really bothered me lately….I’m still keeping them in the freezer though until they are no longer problems for me.

    I really like this idea of getting them out of my life!!

  7. Does putting someone on ice work for family members who are being abusive? One of my family members is very cruel to me, and I don’t want to get rid of him, but I don’t want his behavior and negative energy to hurt me anymore.

    So, if I write down his name and his abusive behavior on a piece of paper and freeze it–will it stop his negative behavior?

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  9. maskbear59 said:

    I’ve tried this in the past and it has worked. I had a “psycho-roommate” who I wanted gone from my life and put his name in the freezer…hasn’t bothered me since…Right now I’m having trouble at work with my management due to the fact that my company just got acquired. I am interviewing for a new job this week. In the meantime I put the names of the two managers and my current employer in the freezer. Freezing them out of my life and letting in space for new opportunities. This practice seems to work well. So I thought I’d try it again.

  10. I am just about ready to try anything at this point!

  11. Ya need to stop falling in the devils lies and start believing in Jesus Christ. He is the only one who can really help ya. In the Bible it says to pray for your enemies. So i think ya should start praying for ya enemies and ask GOD for peace in your life. TRUST ME it WORKS!!! Worked for me thats for sure. Try the truth, Not the lies that will take you straight to HELL. GOD Bless you all. Jesus Loves Ya!!

  12. I want to put someone “on ice” that keeps bothering my partner and I she is constantly going to my partners work and threatening her and making threats to me. So my question is, is if I put her “on ice” will she leave the both of us alone or will my partner have to put her on ice aswell?

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