Blue Sage & Sweetgrass Smudge Stick
- Average Size: 17-18cm
- Origin: USA
- Parts used: White sage and Cedar
- Scent: Strong, sweet
- Colours, shapes and sizes vary due to the nature of this item it may look slightly different than the photograph
- Each sold separately
- Sage - Cleansing unwanted energies, purifying, intuition, spiritual realm, manifestation, lifts mood, meditation, anti-inflammatory
- Sweetgrass- Healing, peace, and spirituality in many Native cultures, and braids of sweetgrass are sometimes left as offerings at graves and sacred sites. Sweetgrass is a ceremonial plant and offers purification in the home and sacred space. If you place or grow sweetgrass in your home or garden it is an energy for luck and protection;
Smudging is a ceremony practiced by various cultures around the world. This ceremony involves the burning of a smudge stick, which is a bundle of dried herbs, most commonly white sage. The smudging employed by New Age movements is based on a Native American practice known as the Sacred Smoke Bowl Blessing, with smudging being its common name.
Direction of use
- Prepare to use your smudge stick by simply lighting your smudge stick with matches or a lighter. Open windows to prepare the energy release
- Smoke will start to rise, blow out the fire and then use this lit smudge stick to begin your smudging session around the room, corners and objects, you may also use a bird of prey feather to represent air and blow the smoke in the direction your aiming for
- With intent bring in positive vibes and release any negativity that may be lurking around
- Once you have finished, you may leave this to burn out in a safe dish or abalone shell to stop the smoke, you need to dap the smudge stick into the salt/sand. Close the window to seal the new and fresh vibe.
- Note: you may also want to use the abalone as a tool to catch the herbs or ash whilst you are using smudge sticks.
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