Sacred Smudge Kit

$ 19.95

This is a great tool of nature, used to cleanse, purify and clear away negative energy, in order to create space for sacred intentions, blessings and wishes!

This kit includes:

1 – white sage, bundled and hand wrapped, 2-3 inches
1 – large abalone shell, 4 – 5 inches
1 – wooden tripod stand
Complete instructions for use including a blessing, meditation and many ways to use this wonderful kit.

Description

This is a great tool of nature, used to cleanse, purify and clear away negative energy, in order to create space for sacred intentions, blessings and wishes!

This kit includes:

1 – white sage, bundled and hand wrapped, 2-3 inches
1 – large abalone shell, 4 – 5 inches
1 – wooden tripod stand
Complete instructions for use including a blessing, meditation and many ways to use this wonderful kit.

Sage has a variety of uses. When burned, it has a pungent odor. Sage is used principally for smudging but can also be used in the blessing of our homes and vehicles. It is commonly used in medicine tea to flush ones system of all impurities. In sweat lodge ceremonies, sage is used to sit on and represents part of the plant world. It is also burned in smudge pots. The herb is widely used in many of our sacred ceremonies. This sage is from Mt. Shasta. Mt. Shasta sage is very special as it comes from the high energy vortex of this famous and spiritual mountain in Northern California.

Nicknamed the sea ears, the Abalone shell’s flattened, oval shape with iridescent interior was used by the Native Northwest American Indians as a natural vessel for cleansing, offerings and prayers.

Wooden tripod stand measures approximately 6″ and is for use with Abalone shell for burning sage.

Traditionally, sage herb has been used for cleansing for centuries. These herbs can be utilized when dry, for creating a sense of purity, renewal and divine clearing! Simply light a bit of these herbs and waft the smoke around an area you wish to clear of unwanted scents, negative energy or to simply start a new day. Using a natural receptor such as a sea shell, abalone shell or crystal bowl can be a place to store your herbs after you are done using them.