This Gharelu Upay should be performed on the Night of an Amavasya; this is the No-Moon or New-Moon Night, which is most suitable to perform Tantric Experiments relating to exorcising harmful Voodoo Spells. The Sadhaka has to take a Bibwa Seed, which is also known as Bhilwa, its botanical name being samecarpus anacardium. The Bibwa is a nut like substance, which is commonly used in Ayurveda remedies and also in traditional Indian paranormal remedies.
The Tantra as I said is most simple, the Bibwa Seed should be kept on the floor in the house and crushed with a stone or any other heavy object. While crushing the stone the practitioner should remember the face of the enemy and imagine that he is crushing the Voodoo Spell or Tamsik Mantra- Tantra, which has been cast by the enemy and reversing the Spell back in the direction of the enemy.
The next day, the practitioner should throw the crushed Bibwa into a dirty place outside the house like a garbage bin or drainage.
This concludes the Exorcism Ritual to reverse back the Black magic Voodoo Spell cast by the enemy back towards the enemy.