Sage Smudge, dried herbs, Crystal, Gemstone Cleansing Ritual
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Sage Smudging Bundle - 120grams - 10cms


Smudge sticks can be used for cleansing of the aura, your home and your crystals. Often used before meditation or prayer, or used by body workers and therapists before treatments. Smudging has long been used to connect to the spiritual realm or enhance intuition. Burning sage or smudge can lift one’s mood it could also be a great ally against stress.

Smudging can be done whenever you like, there's no need to wait for a certain day or moon cycle - you can use it daily but weekly or monthly is just fine too. Just like everything in life, trust your intuition and you can't go wrong. Smudging can be used to clear negative energy from anything and can be done as often as needed. It's a real good idea to have a door or window open while smudging. The negative energy has to have someplace to go! If there isn't a door or window open the negativity isn't going to leave.

Light your sage stick over your flameproof 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. For Crystal cleansing, lay your crystals out on a stable surface and allow the smoke to gently drift over them.
For Smudging your environment, start at the front door of the home and light your smudge stick. Then, begin to move around the home. Move mindfully and with care, walking clockwise around the entire perimeter of the home. Be sure to allow the smoke to drift into even the hidden spaces, like inside closets, basements and dark corners.

Never leave a lit sage stick unattended. When you have finished using a smudge stick, put it out under running water. After it dries you can reuse it, but if you crush it out it will continue to smoulder and be a fire hazard.



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