Blue Sage + Rose Petals


Never heard of Smudging? Well, here’s a tid bit about the ancient ritual.
“Smudging” is the practice of burning dried plant material to purify something or someone—-or burned simply for enjoyment. Smudging has been well established as a Native American cultural or tribal practice. But there’s science behind the smudge too: When burned, sage smoke releases ions that have been linked to positive mood boosts and stress-reduction.
We chose Blue sage because it is less pungent than other varieties of sage, and has a soothing scent and “cool” nature. Since it tends to be relaxing and less overpowering, it is a good choice for cleansing and preparing meditation spaces.
Burning Your Sage:
Light the end of the sage bundle(using a candle or matches). Gently, Blow out the flame.
The tips of the leaves should smolder slowly, releasing a stream of smoke. Direct this smoke around your space, using your hands to waft the smoke into all areas(corners, behind doors, etc)
Allow the ash to collect in a heat resistant holder (i.e. ceramic dish). This also applies if you choose to just let the sage burn out after clearing and cleansing,
It’s important to leave a window open during and after smudging. This allows smoke to escape, taking impurities and negative energy with it.
Never leave burning sage unattended.
When or how often can Smudging be done:
Smudging your desired space can be done whenever you like!

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