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White Sage Cleansing / New Home Hamper

$89.00

  White Sage Cleansing / New Home Hamper contains

  • White Sage Incense Powder
  • Smudging Bowl
  • 10ml Sage Essential Oil
  • Small Smudge Stick
  • 2 x Pieces of Selenite
  • White Sage Incense
  • Water Hyacinth Basket 

There’s a long history of Native Americans using sage to connect to the spirit world and cleanse the body and space of impurities before a ceremony.  The life force energy of its smoke penetrates deep into the ether and alters the vibration of a space, or living being, by absorbing any heavy, dense energy.  (From a hard science perspective, sage’s been proven to absorb up to 94 percent of airborne bacteria.) 

Everyone’s home can benefit from regular smudging—and knowing how to sage your home correctly is key.

“After smudging, your space will feel light and balanced,” she says. “When I’m in a space after it’s been cleansed, I feel at peace, joyful, safe, energized, creative, and able to deeply rest.”

1. Gather your supplies - First thing’s first: The sage you’ll use for smudging isn’t the kind you pick up in the produce section of your local supermarket. Instead, stock up on sticks or loose leaves of dried ceremonial white sage. (Palo santo and copal resin incense also do the trick.) 

Oh, and if you’re sensitive to smoke—or want to sage in a no-smoking zone, like your office—Harrsen says you can create a cleansing mist instead. “Fill an amber glass spray bottle with spring water and add a few drops of Sage Pure Essential Oil or Palo Santo Oil,” she says. “Shake well to activate the life force of the plant in water and use it just as you would the smoking plant.” 

2. Get your smudge on - Before lighting up, Harrsen says you should do a quick lap through your home and remove any excess clutter. (She likes to smudge at sunrise, but really, any time works.) “Open all windows, closets, and doors in your home,” she says. “Visit each room and ring a bell to awaken the energy present.”

Then place your sage into a fireproof bowl or your shell. Burn a candle, set an intention, and then light the sage using the candle. “Blow it out so the embers are glowing. With both hands, bring the smoke into your heart, over your head and down the front and back body to cleanse yourself.

Next, it’s time to get your smudge on. Starting on the lowest level of your space, move room to room and use your hand or a feather to waft the smoke into all four corners, where the ceiling and walls meet. Then, direct the smoke out through windows and doorways.

Once you’ve finished smudging, extinguish your sage by rubbing it in dirt or sand, on concrete, or stamping it out in a ceramic bowl. (Whatever you do, just don’t put sticks out in water—you won’t be able to use them again.) “Return the shell and sage to their storage box and give gratitude to the plant for its healing. “If there’s any ash, you may place this in the natural world on Mother Earth.”

After the smoke clears - “Once we’ve cleansed a space, the energy often neutralizes,” “At this moment, it’s important to fill the space with the energy of LOVE.”  Perhaps spray the room with some Rose Freshener .

It is best to get into a routine where you sage once a week. But like any kind of wellness practice, the more frequently you do it, the better.

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