White Sage - Wand Small - 4in/10cm - 3pc - Yogavni
Pack of 3
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Cleansing Your Environment
Smudging is said to energetically cleanse a space to invite positive energy as the smoke fills and purifies the environment. As you watch the smoke ascend, some believe your wishes and intentions will rise and mingle into the universe – connecting heaven, earth, and humanity into one. White Sage comes from the Latin word salvare, which means to heal. It has a distinctive crisp white color that has been used in smudging ceremonies to connect the healing powers of mother Earth.
White sage is an herb held sacred by Native Americans for hundreds of years. Used in rituals and ceremonies for centuries, white sage is often burned to create its intended effects. ... Smudging is a cleansing ceremony used to help people, places, or even objects get rid of negative energy or even bad spirits.
How to Use:
Open a few windows and doors to help any smoke and negative energy leave easily.
Start at the front door and light the sage stick over the abalone bowl until a small flame has caught. While holding your sage over the bowl, lightly blow on the flame until it goes out. The sage will then smoke gently like incense.
Walk around your home clockwise, carefully Using your hands or a feather to waft the smoke into all areas of your space. Be sure to allow the smoke to drift into even the hidden spaces, like inside closets, cupboards, basements, and dark corners. If there are stairs, go up or down when you encounter them. Then keep moving clockwise until you meet the stairs again. Then continue to go down or up the stairs and resume the main floor.
Remember that the goal is to allow a slight amount of smoke to move around your space; there’s no need to create a thick cloud of smoke.
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