Taglocks, and surrogates are powerful tools that can be used in kna healing in the practice of Libratumilera. Both of these concepts are used in order to target a target with healing kna. A taglock is an item that is spiritually connected to a specific target usually through such things as similarity, contagion, or association, and a surrogate is an extension of this concept in which an item is associated to a specific target, and then focused upon as if it was the target. Both of these constructs will allow you to use kna from long distance, and will give you an anchor to your target so that all of what you are doing manifest within them.


Any item that you can associate with the target can be a taglock even if this is a personal association. Anything that looks like the target can also be used as a taglock, and usually this refers to things such as pictures of the target. It can also be through contagion twitch is things that have come in contact with them, or their kna such as an item that they own. By having this taglock present you will be able to push kna into it, and this will flow to the individual through the link that they share. Some taglocks are stronger than others, but it really depends on how close it is to the target, and how many of these boxes it check marks.


A surrogate is going to be anything that you could use in order to focus on there being. Most of the time you are going to want a to have pretty much the same anatomy as the individual you are targeting, so if you’re targeting a person you are going to want to use a doll, or a drawing of a person. Then when you are going through the process of doing a kna healing session you are going to want to target the doll, or drawing like they were the target’s body. This will allow you to draw the sigils on specific parts of their body without them being present, by allowing you to simply simulate it on the surrogate.

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